Comparisons of Damage Evolution between 2D C-SiC and SiC-SiC Ceramic-Matrix Composites under Tension-Tension Cyclic Fatigue Loading at Room and Elevated TemperaturesReportar como inadecuado


Comparisons of Damage Evolution between 2D C-SiC and SiC-SiC Ceramic-Matrix Composites under Tension-Tension Cyclic Fatigue Loading at Room and Elevated Temperatures


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College of Civil Aviation, Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, No. 29, Yudao St., Nanjing 210016, China





Academic Editor: Mark Whittaker

Abstract In this paper, comparisons of damage evolution between 2D C-SiC and SiC-SiC ceramic-matrix composites CMCs under tension–tension cyclic fatigue loading at room and elevated temperatures have been investigated. Fatigue hysteresis loops models considering multiple matrix cracking modes in 2D CMCs have been developed based on the damage mechanism of fiber sliding relative to the matrix in the interface debonded region. The relationships between the fatigue hysteresis loops, fatigue hysteresis dissipated energy, fatigue peak stress, matrix multiple cracking modes, and interface shear stress have been established. The effects of fiber volume fraction, fatigue peak stress and matrix cracking mode proportion on fatigue hysteresis dissipated energy and interface debonding and sliding have been analyzed. The experimental fatigue hysteresis dissipated energy of 2D C-SiC and SiC-SiC composites at room temperature, 550 °C, 800 °C, and 1100 °C in air, and 1200 °C in vacuum corresponding to different fatigue peak stresses and cycle numbers have been analyzed. The interface shear stress degradation rate has been obtained through comparing the experimental fatigue hysteresis dissipated energy with theoretical values. Fatigue damage evolution in C-SiC and SiC-SiC composites has been compared using damage parameters of fatigue hysteresis dissipated energy and interface shear stress degradation rate. It was found that the interface shear stress degradation rate increases at elevated temperature in air compared with that at room temperature, decreases with increasing loading frequency at room temperature, and increases with increasing fatigue peak stress at room and elevated temperatures. View Full-Text

Keywords: ceramic-matrix composites CMCs; fatigue; damage evolution ceramic-matrix composites CMCs; fatigue; damage evolution





Autor: Longbiao Li

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