NewsPhysicists find weak spots in ceramic/graphene
composites

27th September 2019by admin0
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Physicists and materials scientists from Peter the
Great St.Petersburg Polytechnic University (SPbPU) analyzed the
structures in nanomaterials made of ceramic and graphene plates, in
which cracks appear most frequently. The results of the first trial
of the model, that describes this regularity, were published in the
Mechanics of Materials Journal. This model will help in creation of
crack-resistant materials. The research was supported by the
Russian Science Foundation grant.

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