This book presents a sytematic approach to contemporary phototelasticity with particular emphasis on stress analysis in glass. A review of different kinds of residual stresses in glass is presented. Besides traditional photoelastic techniques, differential refractrometry for stress determination on the surface of flat glass and integrated photoelasticity for stress determination in glass articles ofcomplicated shape are considered in detail. Original photoelastic apparatus and corresponding measurement techniques as well as stress calculation algorithms are described. Many practical examples illustrate the possibilities of modern photoelasticity for stress measurement in flat glass, containers, tumblers, tubes, optical fibres and fibre performs etc. The book can be considered as a textbook for a specialist in glass industry who wants to check the quality of products or tries to optimize theproduction process parameters from the point of view of the residual stresses. Furthermore, the book gives a number of new nondestructive methodswhich have not been described in earlier books on photoelasticity.
|Statement||by Hillar Aben, Claude Guillemet|
|The Physical Object|
|Format||[electronic resource] /|
|Pagination||1 online resource (xiii, 255 pages 218 illustrations)|
|Number of Pages||255|
|ISBN 10||3642500730, 3642500714|
|ISBN 10||9783642500732, 9783642500718|
Table of Contents One The Basics of Photoelasticity and Glass.- 1 Basic Elasticity.- Elasticity.- Force and Stress.- Plane Stress.- Equations of Equilibrium.- Boundary Conditions.- Strain.- Relations Between Stresses and Strains.- Plane Strain.- Equations of Compatibility.- Stress Function.- 2 Residual Stresses in Glass.- Introduction.- Author: Hillar Aben. Photoelasticity describes changes in the optical properties of a material under mechanical deformation. It is a property of all dielectric media and is often used to experimentally determine the stress distribution in a material, where it gives a picture of stress distributions around discontinuities in materials. Photoelastic experiments (also informally referred to as photoelasticity) are an. This book presents a sytematic approach to contemporary phototelasticity with particular emphasis on stress analysis in glass. A review of different kinds of residual stresses in glass is presented. Besides traditional photoelastic techniques, differential refractrometry for stress determination on the surface of flat glass and integrated photoelasticity for stress determination in glass Author: Hillar Aben. The first is the fragility of glass - it breaks easily due to tensile stresses. The second is the fact that in every glass item there exist residual stresses due to the complicated technological process during which glass from the state of a viscous liquid at high temperature turns into solid state, while cooled down.
Residual Stresses in Glass Basic Photoelasticity Two-Dimensional Photoelasticity The Scattered Light Method Integrated Photoelasticity Photoelastic Properties of Glass Thickness Stresses Membrane Stresses Determination of the Total Stresses - . Get this from a library! Photoelasticity of Glass. [Hillar Aben; Claude Guillemet] -- This book presents a sytematic approach to contemporary phototelasticity with particular emphasis on stress analysis in glass. A review of different kinds of residual stresses in glass is presented. Glass is the oldest man-made material. Its invention about five thousand years ago should be considered as one of the crucial events in the history of mankind. Glass has given man the possibility to have daylight in his protected living environment and to compensate the defects of his sight. Glass. The determination of residual stresses in glass items has been, in fact, the subject of numerous contributions based on the use of classical and digital photoelasticity. 1,2,[
It is hard to overestimate the importance of glass in technological life of contemporary society. Besides traditional applications of glass in buildings and tableware, nowadays glass participates in the most sophisticated technologies: glass fibers have caused a revolution in telecommunication and glass is used in many modern electronic devices. Photoelasticity is a whole -field technique for measuring and visualizing stresses and strains in method utilizes a birefringent model of the actual structure to view the stress contours due to external loading or residual birefringence. When white light is used for illumination, aFile Size: 1MB. Photoelasticity: Principles Jessop, F. C. Harris Buy from $ Photoelasticity: The Selected Max Mark Frocht Buy from $ Photoelastic Stress Analysis. A. Kuske, C. Robertson Buy from $ Photoelastic Coatings Vol 3. Sem, Felix Zandman Buy from $ Integrated Photoelasticity. Hillar Aben Buy from $ Photoelasticity is one of the oldest methods for experimental stress analysis, but has been overshadowed by the FEM for engineering applications over the past two/three decades. The phenomenon was first observed by David Brewster in the early 19th century in glass .