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Papers from the yankee Ceramic Society's thirty first foreign convention on complicated Ceramics and Composites, held in Daytona seashore, Florida, January 21-26, 2007. subject matters comprise obvious ceramics for influence resistance, safeguard opposed to mine blast and fragments, demanding situations dealing with ceramic armor brands, novel fabric suggestions and improvement of legitimate armor layout and characterization instruments to foretell functionality for air and floor cars in addition to the person soldier.Content:

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52, 3921-3927 (2004). ”C. Kaufmann, D. Cronin, M. worswick, G . Pageau and A. Beth, “Influence of Material Properties on the Ballistic Performance of Ceramics for Personal Body Armor,” Sock und Vibration 10, 51-58 (2003). I3M. Chen, J. W. McCauley and K. J. Hemker, “Shock-Induced Localized Aniorphization i n Boron Carbide,” Science. 299 7 March, 1563-1566 (2003). I4 D. E. Grady, “Dynamic Properties of Ceramic Materials,” Sandia National Laboratories Report, SAND 94-3266, Sandia National Laboratories, Albuquerque, NM!

Different ceramics shall be distinguished by a ranking of their quality. Nevertheless. Fig 6 does not incorporate the compressive strength because it is regarded as a mere coniposite parameter that is determined in a complicated way by stiffness (+ Young's ~ other basic parameters. Therefore and modulus). flaw- population (+ tensional strength). K I and regarding the general relationship between compressive deformation, Young's modulus and hardness it is assumed here that a n additional introduction o f t h e compressive strength into Fig 6 v-ould rather obscure than contribute to the physical figure of this hierarchy.

Line intercept method (ASTM standard E 112-96) was used to estimate the average grain size. 03 amp/cm2 for 30 seconds. 42 gicc) theoretical density was achieved in the disk consolidated for 2 min. 2%) disk were consolidation time to 5 min nearly full theoretically dense ( 2 . 5 g/cc, obtained. Further increase in time to 30 min caused only grain coarsening. - 30 . 1. Transmission electron micrograph of the starting boron carbide powder particles. Fig. 2. Consolidated boron carbide disk aiid test samples for indentiition.

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