Nondestructive Evaluation of Structural Ceramics


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13.1 Introduction

13.2 Brief Historical Perspective

13.3 Characteristics of Interest to Monolithic Ceramics

13.3.1 Green-State Information Powders Injection-Molding/Slip Casting Porosity

13.3.2 Internal Defects

13.3.3 Surface-Breaking Cracks and Machining Damage Surface-Breaking Cracks Damage from Machining

13.3.4 Creep Elastic Optical Scattering Ultrasonics

13.3.5 Accumulated Damage

13.3.6 Bioceramics

13.4 Characteristics of Interest to Composite Ceramics

13.4.1 In-process Information Thermal Imaging Air-Coupled Ultrasonics Impact Acoustic Resonance

13.4.2 Delamination Detection Polymer Impregnation Process, SiC/SiC Sol-gel Oxide/Oxide Melt-Infiltrated SiC/SiC with Environmental Barrier Coating Delam Detection by Volumetric X-ray Tomographic Imaging

13.4.3 Porosity Detection

13.4.4 Impact Damage Detection

13.4.5 Through-Thickness Crack Detection

Handbook of Advanced Materials Edited by James K. Wessel ISBN 0-471-45475-3 Copyright © 2004 John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

13.4.6 Resonant Frequency and Damping

13.4.7 Remaining Useful Life References

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