Competing Indentation Deformation Mechanisms in Glass Using Different Strengthening Methods

@inproceedings{Luo2016CompetingID,
  title={Competing Indentation Deformation Mechanisms in Glass Using Different Strengthening Methods},
  author={Jian Luo and Peter Joseph Lezzi and K. Deenamma Vargheese and Adama Tandia and Jason Thomas Harris and Timothy Michael Gross and John C. Mauro},
  booktitle={Front. Mater.},
  year={2016}
}
Chemical strengthening via ion exchange, thermal tempering, and lamination are proven techniques for the strengthening of oxide glasses. For each of these techniques, the strengthening mechanism is conventionally ascribed to the linear superposition of the compressive stress (CS) profile on the glass surface. However, in this work, we use molecular dynamics simulations to reveal the underlying indentation deformation mechanism beyond the simple linear superposition of compressive and… CONTINUE READING
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