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Ravindran Sujith, Nedunchezhian Srinivasan and Ravi Kumar Small-Scale Deformation of Pulsed Electric Current Sintered Silicon Oxycarbide Polymer Derived Ceramics Advanced Engineering Materials 15

Version of Record online: 24 JUL 2013 | DOI: 10.1002/adem.201300146

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Small-scale deformation behavior of pulsed electric current sintered silicon oxycarbide ceramics is investigated. The ceramics remained X-ray amorphous after sintering at 1300 °C in vacuum and a high density of ≈2.35 g cm−3 is achieved. An indentation hardness of ≈11 GPa and reduced elastic modulus of ≈105 GPa is observed. The load–displacement curves display significant elastic recovery with an elastic work ratio of ≈0.71. The evolution of Hertzian cone cracks upon microindentation indicates an anomalous deformation behavior.

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