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RA YLEIGH W AVE DISPERSION DUE TO ONE-DIMENSIONAL INTERACTING CRACKS

By C. Pecorari

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Grinding the surface of cerarnic components inevitably introduces rnicro-damage in their near-surface region. Surface darnage appears in the form of surface roughness, residual stresses, and distributions of rnicrocracks. Microcracks generated by surface grinding are of three kinds: lateral, median, and radial cracks. Lateral cracks run parallel to the surface, an

Year: 2016
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