(Received 10 March 1986; accepted 24 July 1986)
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A new uniaxial compression test, developed for high strength ceramics, has successfully measured the strength of 94% alumina (Al2O3). Testing was done using a procedure developed specifically for obtaining strengths to 10 GPa on very difficult to machine ceramics. Strain gage analysis and fractographic observations confirmed that a uniaxial compressive stress state existed. Two existing test methods were also employed to measure the compressive strength of the alumina. Results from these tests are compared with the new methodology.
Mechanical Engineer, Army Materials Technology Laboratory, Watertown, MA
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