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The instrumented indentation test - powerful tool in development of new materials

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Original title:The instrumented indentation test - powerful tool in development of new materials
Authors:Vilma Buršíková, Olga Bláhová, Lenka Zajíčková, Marek Eliáš, Ondřej Jašek, Monika Karásková, Angelique Bousquet, Jiří Buršík, Petr Klapetek
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Citation:BURŠÍKOVÁ, Vilma, Olga BLÁHOVÁ, Lenka ZAJÍČKOVÁ, Marek ELIÁŠ, Ondřej JAŠEK, Monika KARÁSKOVÁ, Angelique BOUSQUET, Jiří BURŠÍK a Petr KLAPETEK. The instrumented indentation test - powerful tool in development of new materials. In Lokální mechanické vlastnosti 2006. Plzeň: Západočeská univerzita, 2006. s. 36-43, 8 s. ISBN 80-7043-512-7.Export BibTeX
@inproceedings{747931,
author = {Buršíková, Vilma and Bláhová, Olga and Zajíčková, Lenka and Eliáš, Marek and Jašek, Ondřej and Karásková, Monika and Bousquet, Angelique and Buršík, Jiří and Klapetek, Petr},
address = {Plzeň},
booktitle = {Lokální mechanické vlastnosti 2006},
keywords = {indentation},
language = {eng},
location = {Plzeň},
isbn = {80-7043-512-7},
pages = {36-43},
publisher = {Západočeská univerzita},
title = {The instrumented indentation test - powerful tool in development of new materials},
year = {2006}
}
Original language:English
Field:Solid matter physics and magnetism
Type:Article in Proceedings
Keywords:indentation

The instrumented indentation test combined with AFM measurements was used to evaluate the mechanical properties of plasma deposited thin films. The aim of the present work is to introduce the instrumented indentation technique as a very powerful tool in research and development of new materials. The aim of the present article is to show, that this technique is useful not only for determination of the hardness and elastic modulus, it can be used also for quantification of the fracture toughness, intrinsic stress and the interfacial fracture toughness between the film and the substrate.

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