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8 - Adhesion

8.5 References

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3 S. Ebnesajjad, Surface Treatment for Adhesion Bonding (Norwich, NY: William Andrew Publishing, 2006).
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12 A. G. Evans, J. W. Hutchinson and Y. Wei, Interface adhesion: effects of plasticity and segregation, Acta Mater., 47 (1999), 4093–4113.
13 H. E. Evans, Predicting oxide spallation from sulphur-contaminated oxide/metal interfaces,Oxidation Metals, 79 (2013), 3–14.
14 R. Janakiraman, G. H. Meier and F. S. Pettit, The effect of water vapor on the oxidation of alloys that develop alumina scales for protection, Metall. Mater. Trans. A, 30 (1999), 2905–2913.
15 M. C. Maris-Sida, G. H. Meier and F. S. Pettit, Some water vapor effects during the oxidation of alloys that are α-Al2O3 formers, Metall. Mater. Trans. A, 34 (2003), 2609–2619.
16 A. G. Evans, D. R. Mumm, J. W. Hutchinson, G. H. Meier and F. S. Pettit, Mechanisms controlling the durability of thermal barrier coatings, Progr. Mater. Sci., 46 (2001), 505–553.
17 M. D. Drory and J. W. Hutchinson, Measurement of the adhesion of a brittle film on a ductile substrate by indentation,Proc. R. Soc. Lond., 452 (1996), 2319–2341.
18 R. A. Handoko, J. L. Beuth, G. H. Meier, F. S. Pettit and M. J. Stiger, Mechanisms for interfacial toughness loss in thermal barrier coating systems, in Durable Surfaces, Proceedings of the Materials Division Symposium on Durable Surfaces, 2000 ASME International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition, Orlando, November, eds. D. R. Mumm, M. Walter, O. Popoola and W. O. Soboyejo (Zurich: Trans Tech Publications, 2000), pp. 165–183.
19 A. Vasinonta and J. L. Beuth, Measurement of interfacial toughness in thermal barrier coating systems by indentation, Eng. Fracture Mech., 68 (2001), 843–860.
20 M. J. Stiger, G. H. Meier, F. S. Pettit, Q. Ma, J. L. Beuth and M. J. Lance, Accelerated cyclic oxidation testing protocols for thermal barrier coatings and alumina-forming alloys and coatings, Mater. Corrosion, 57 (2006), 1–13.
21 Q. Ma, Indentation methods for adhesion measurement in thermal barrier coating systems, Ph.D. Thesis, Carnegie Mellon University, 2004.