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Diplycosia mekonggaensis Argent & Widjaja (Ericaceae, Gaultherieae) is described and illustrated as a new species from the island of Sulawesi in Indonesia. Diagnostic characters are given and comparisons with related species are made.
When a ceramic material creeps under a localized stress and then cools under load, a portion of the creep flow stress is retained as a residual compressive stress due to elastic rebound being constrained by the creep zone. Localized contact-creep was used to generate residual compressive surface stress in soda-lime glass and two sintered aluminas. The Vickers indentation technique was used to measure the residual stress within the contact-creep area. Alumina with a higher elastic modulus than glass retained higher residual compressive surface stress. The results were in reasonable agreement with the predicted stress distribution given by finite element analysis.
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