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By Swab, Sujanto Widjaja, Dileep Singh

This publication is a suite of papers from the yankee Ceramic Society's thirty fifth foreign convention on complex Ceramics and Composites, held in Daytona seashore, Florida, January 23-28, 2011. This factor comprises papers awarded within the Armor Ceramics Symposium on themes corresponding to production; High-Rate Real-Time Characterization; Microstructural layout; Nondestructive Characterization; and Phenomenology and Mechanics of Ceramics Subjected to Ballistic Impact.

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This study investigates the viability and practicality of the hole drilling method in characterizing residual stresses in monolithic silicon-carbide (SiC) tiles of varying thicknesses. The final result of this study not only confirmed the viability of the hole drilling method, but the existence of positive residual stresses in all four tile configurations tested. The residual stresses were also found to vary in magnitude based on tile thickness. A mathematical relationship has been derived to describe the relationship.

The hardness data is shown in Figure 3 as a function of indentation diagonal, d. 81 for the strengthened and virgin glass surfaces, respectively. 94 for the strengthened and virgin glass surfaces, Advances in Ceramic Armor VII ■ 23 Static and Dynamic Indentation Response of Ion-Armor™ Glass respectively. It is clear that the indentation size effect is more prevalent under dynamic loading compared to static loading. In addition, the indentation size effect is more apparent on the strengthened glass compared to the virgin glass.

The final result of this study not only confirmed the viability of the hole drilling method, but the existence of positive residual stresses in all four tile configurations tested. The residual stresses were also found to vary in magnitude based on tile thickness. A mathematical relationship has been derived to describe the relationship. The impact positive (tensile) residual stresses could have on component performance has also been discussed in terms of a safety factor. INTRODUCTION Today it is well known that common manufacturing processes can induce residual stresses in engineered components.

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