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Afterwards three colours are used to indicate parts of the crack path with propagation in a transgranular manner, along the grain/matrix interface and within the matrix, respectively. Lengths of these parts are digitally evaluated and expressed as percentage of the whole crack length. From this procedure three quantities result, which are the percentages of transgranular crack length lC,GG, crack length along the grain/matrix interface lC, GM and crack length within the matrix lC,MM. Further a lineal analysis is performed: Several straight lines are superimposed on the microstructure and the percentages of intersection with the grains lL,G and the matrix lL,M relative to the total length of the line are determined.
This is due to a decrease of σNT and an increase of GF. The fracture path shows a large decrease of lC,GG. Materials H and I show similar fracture path characteristics, yet I behaves even less brittle mainly due to a lower value of σNT. Discussion of results and conclusions Fracture path characteristics. Investigations explicated above show that brittleness of refractories investigated here is mainly influenced by strength σNT and Young’s modulus and to a by far lower degree by specific fracture energy GF.
Beside the harmonization trend discussed above, the technical content of well established and widely applied standards for refractories do also evolve with time. This is reflected in the withdrawing of some documents, the periodical updating of others and the occurrence of new standards. The reason for this continuous evolution is fourfold: • • • • standards are technology related: the emergence of new technologies in the field of refractory production, end users applications or material testing may render existing standards obsolete and lead to a need for up-to-date new documents; in order to be widely applied, refractory standards should be cost effective and users-friendly.