The Influence of grinding and wear on residual stress and strength of zirconia ceramics

P.H.J. van den Berg, G. With, de

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Abstract

The effect of grinding and wear on the strength and residual stress in Mg-PSZ and Y-TZP was studied. The grinding tests were performed with 2 different diamond wheels on Mg-PSZ and with 3 different wheels on Y-TZP. The wheels differed mainly in diamond grain size. Strength, residual stress, and phase content were measured after the grinding tests. The counter-material in the wear tests was a hardened steel. Wear tests were performed under ambient conditions and under various loads with water as lubricant. The strength of worn surfaces was measured. The grinding anal. of Mg-PSZ resulted in a clear and consistent picture of the relation between the surface treatment, strength, phase content, and residual stress. The same anal. of Y-TZP showed that this material is more complex than Mg-PSZ. The results of the wear tests show that the strength of worn Mg-PSZ is influenced by the development of residual stress due to wear testing. The results of the wear tests on Y-TZP showed that this material is more complicated, and that more research is required to explain the behavior of Y-TZP. [on SciFinder (R)]
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationScience and technology of zirconia V : [proceedings] / [Fifth International Conference on the Science and Technology of Zirconia, held on 16 - 21 August 1992 in Melbourne, Australia, in conjunction with AUSTCERAM 92, the Biennial Conference of the Australasian Ceramic Society]
EditorsS.P.S. Badwal, M.J. Bannister, R.H.J. Hannink
Place of PublicationLancaster
PublisherTechnomic Publ. Co.
Pages339-346
ISBN (Print)1-566-76073-9
Publication statusPublished - 1993
Eventconference; International Conference on the Science and Technology of Zirconia ; 5 (Melbourne) : 1992.08.16-21; 1992-08-16; 1992-08-21 -
Duration: 16 Aug 199221 Aug 1992

Conference

Conferenceconference; International Conference on the Science and Technology of Zirconia ; 5 (Melbourne) : 1992.08.16-21; 1992-08-16; 1992-08-21
Period16/08/9221/08/92
OtherInternational Conference on the Science and Technology of Zirconia ; 5 (Melbourne) : 1992.08.16-21

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Zirconia
Residual stresses
Wear of materials
Wheels
Diamonds
Lubricants
Surface treatment
Steel
Testing
Water

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van den Berg, P. H. J., & With, de, G. (1993). The Influence of grinding and wear on residual stress and strength of zirconia ceramics. In S. P. S. Badwal, M. J. Bannister, & R. H. J. Hannink (Eds.), Science and technology of zirconia V : [proceedings] / [Fifth International Conference on the Science and Technology of Zirconia, held on 16 - 21 August 1992 in Melbourne, Australia, in conjunction with AUSTCERAM 92, the Biennial Conference of the Australasian Ceramic Society] (pp. 339-346). Lancaster: Technomic Publ. Co..
van den Berg, P.H.J. ; With, de, G. / The Influence of grinding and wear on residual stress and strength of zirconia ceramics. Science and technology of zirconia V : [proceedings] / [Fifth International Conference on the Science and Technology of Zirconia, held on 16 - 21 August 1992 in Melbourne, Australia, in conjunction with AUSTCERAM 92, the Biennial Conference of the Australasian Ceramic Society]. editor / S.P.S. Badwal ; M.J. Bannister ; R.H.J. Hannink. Lancaster : Technomic Publ. Co., 1993. pp. 339-346
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van den Berg, PHJ & With, de, G 1993, The Influence of grinding and wear on residual stress and strength of zirconia ceramics. in SPS Badwal, MJ Bannister & RHJ Hannink (eds), Science and technology of zirconia V : [proceedings] / [Fifth International Conference on the Science and Technology of Zirconia, held on 16 - 21 August 1992 in Melbourne, Australia, in conjunction with AUSTCERAM 92, the Biennial Conference of the Australasian Ceramic Society]. Technomic Publ. Co., Lancaster, pp. 339-346, conference; International Conference on the Science and Technology of Zirconia ; 5 (Melbourne) : 1992.08.16-21; 1992-08-16; 1992-08-21, 16/08/92.

The Influence of grinding and wear on residual stress and strength of zirconia ceramics. / van den Berg, P.H.J.; With, de, G.

Science and technology of zirconia V : [proceedings] / [Fifth International Conference on the Science and Technology of Zirconia, held on 16 - 21 August 1992 in Melbourne, Australia, in conjunction with AUSTCERAM 92, the Biennial Conference of the Australasian Ceramic Society]. ed. / S.P.S. Badwal; M.J. Bannister; R.H.J. Hannink. Lancaster : Technomic Publ. Co., 1993. p. 339-346.

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van den Berg PHJ, With, de G. The Influence of grinding and wear on residual stress and strength of zirconia ceramics. In Badwal SPS, Bannister MJ, Hannink RHJ, editors, Science and technology of zirconia V : [proceedings] / [Fifth International Conference on the Science and Technology of Zirconia, held on 16 - 21 August 1992 in Melbourne, Australia, in conjunction with AUSTCERAM 92, the Biennial Conference of the Australasian Ceramic Society]. Lancaster: Technomic Publ. Co. 1993. p. 339-346