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Mechanical properties of bioactive glass 9-93 fibres

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Title
Mechanical properties of bioactive glass 9-93 fibres
Abstract

Fibres were manufactured from bioactive glass 9-93 by melt spinning. The manufactured fibres were further characterized by measuring their mechanical properties. The tensile strength of 9-93 glass fibres with a diameter between 20 μm and 140 μm and the flexural strength of glass fibres with a diameter of 500–800 μm were measured. The tensile strength of fibres was highly dependent on fibre diameter. Thin fibres possessed the highest strength, 1625 MPa, compared to the strength of the thickest fibres tested, which was 617 MPa. The flexural strength of glass 9-93 fibres was approximately 1000 MPa and the flexural modulus 64 GPa. The Weibull modulus for tensile and flexural strength values was rather low, at about 2–4.

Keywords
Bioactive glass; Fibre; Mechanical properties; Strength; Weibull modulus
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Database: Elsevier - ScienceDirect
Journal: Acta Biomaterialia - Volume 2, Issue 1, January 2006, Pages 103–107
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Physical Sciences and Engineering Chemical Engineering Bioengineering
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