TITLE

Spatially resolved piezo-spectroscopic characterizations for the validation of theoretical models of notch-root stress fields in ceramic materials

AUTHOR(S)
Munisso, Maria; Yano, Satomi; Zhu, Wenliang; Pezzotti, Giuseppe
PUB. DATE
August 2008
SOURCE
Continuum Mechanics & Thermodynamics;Aug2008, Vol. 20 Issue 3, p123
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The main aim of this work is a precise experimental assessment of the local stress fields developed at the notch-root in a ruby crystal, selected as a paradigm brittle material, by means of photo- and electron-stimulated luminescence techniques. Our approach takes advantage of the piezo-spectroscopic (PS) effect, which consists of a spectral shift of the luminescence emitted by the material due to lattice strain. Highly spatially resolved stress maps were extensively collected at the notch-root and spectral shifts monitored for the chromophoric ( R-lines) fluorescence observed in a single-crystalline ruby sample. Experimental data were analyzed and compared to the theoretical solutions of notch-root stress fields given by Filippi and by Creager-Paris. Due to its inherent simplifications, the Creager–Paris solution was found leading to underestimation of the maximum stress value piled up in the material, while the Filippi’s solution represented a more suitable approximation for the stress field developed at the notch-root.
ACCESSION #
33189236

 

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