Simulation of Thermal and Mechanical Response of (Zr,W)B₂ Ceramic after Oxidation
This study relates to a micromechanics based finite element model of the effect of oxidation on heat transfer and mechanical behavior of a (Zr,W)B2 ceramic at high temperature. An adaptive remeshing technique is employed in both heat transfer and thermal stress analysis models. A “ global-local modeling“ technique is used to combine finite elements with subinite elements for thermal stress analysis. Temperature and thermal stress distributions in the ceramic and the oxides are presented.
J. Wei et al., "Simulation of Thermal and Mechanical Response of (Zr,W)B₂ Ceramic after Oxidation," Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Mechanics and Control Engineering (2013, Beijing, China), vol. 446-447, pp. 40-44, Trans Tech Publications, Jan 2014.
The definitive version is available at https://doi.org/10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMM.446-447.40
2nd International Conference on Mechanics and Control Engineering (2013: Sep. 1-2, Beijing, China)
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Materials Science and Engineering
Keywords and Phrases
Ceramic; FEA; High-temperature; Oxidation; Stress; Tungsten; Adaptive remeshing; Ceramic; Global-local; Infinite element; Mechanical behavior; Mechanical response; Finite element method; Heat transfer; Mechanical engineering
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01 Jan 2014