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19). The increase in WOF after thermal shock suggests that thermal shock reduces the interfacial crack resistance of the cell boundary, which is a composite of boron nitride and glass. Thermal shock damage seems to be absorbed by pre-existing microcracks within the BN cell boundaries [1, 24], which would decrease the cell boundary fracture resistance, enabling easier crack deflection and higher WOF. Koh and colleagues suggested models to explain the thermal shock resistance of Si3N4/BN FMs, as shown in Fig.
Longer hot-pressing times or higher pressing temperatures will enhance the formation of elongated grains and will be accompanied by an increase in R-curve behaviour. 26 materials with a broad grain diameter distribution and with a large fraction of elongated grains exhibit only a modest increase in toughness combined with a lower strength. 26 The microstructure developed in such cases comprises large elongated grains embedded in a fine matrix. From a microstructural aspect, increasing the size of the reinforcing grains will enhance contributions from both frictional bridging and pullout.
Ceramic matrix composites. Microstructure, properties and applications by Low I.M. (ed.)