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Characterization of the Residual Stress State in Commercially Fully Toughened Glass

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  • Toughened Glass Is Often Used In Load Carrying Elements Due To The Relatively High Tensile Strength
  • The Apparent Tensile Strength Of Toughened Glass Is A Combination Of The Pure Material Strength And
  • This Paper Is Concerned With An Experimental Characterization Of The Residual Stress State For Tough
  • Results For The Variation Of Residual Stresses Within 32 Square Specimens With A Side Length Of 300
  • The Specimens Varied In Thickness And One Group Was Glass With Low Iron Content
  • The Photoelastic Constant Was Estimated From A Four-Point Bending Test
  • The Experimental Results Revealed Large Variations In The Residual Stress State Within Each Specimen
  • The Results Are Compared With A Nonstandard Fragmentation Test
  • Showing That The Fragment Size Does Not Seem To Be Dependent On The Local Variations Of The Residual

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Characterization of the Residual Stress State in Commercially Fully Toughened Glass - DTU Orbit (10/03/14) Nielsen, J. H., Olesen, J. F., & Stang, H. (2010). Characterization of the Residual Stress State in Commercially Fully Toughened Glass. Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering, 22(2), 179-185. 10.1061/(ASCE)0899-1561(2010)22:2(179)

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