Measurement of Interfacial Shear Mechanical Properties in Thermal Barrier Coating Systems by a Barb Pullout Method
A test technique has been developed to facilitate evaluation of the fracture characteristics of coatings and interfaces in thermal barrier coating (TBC) systems. The methodology has particular application in analyzing delamination crack growth, where crack propagation occurs under predominantly mode II loading. The technique has been demonstrated by quantitatively measuring the effective delamination fracture resistance of an electron-beam physical vapor deposition TBC.
Guo, S. Q., Mumm, D. R., Karlsson, A. M., 2005, "Measurement of Interfacial Shear Mechanical Properties in Thermal Barrier Coating Systems by a Barb Pullout Method," Scripta Materialia, 53(9) pp. 1043-1048.
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This work was partially supported by the New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization (NEDO) under the ‘‘Nano-Coating Project.’’