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Abstract: Ceramics are often used in high-temperature applications. Therefore, thermomechanical and heat resistance of ceramic and refractory materials are important. The material behaviour is described by thermal stress resistance. Established material tests to determine thermal shock behaviour are complex. The potential of application-related material testing in combination with simulations is described below.
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- A New Thermal Shock Application-Related Testing Method for Ceramic Components
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