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According to ASTM C1161-94. Five samples were tested for parallel and perpendicular surfaces and two average flexure strength values were obtained . 3 mm width and 2 mm depth. The fracture toughness tests were performed by four-point bending tests with a span of 40 mm. according to ASTM C1421. Five specimens were tested for each experimental condition. 5 mm was tapered at the center of each specimen's tensile surface with a diamond wheel and then a second deeper notch was polished with a razor blade sprinkled with diamond paste as shown in Fig.
The green Alu-C layers, when viewed with the naked eye, appear as homogenous coatings. Light-microscopy images, however, reveal a tendency to form drying cracks. According to these investigations, drying cracks appear only occasionally at reduced layer thicknesses. For thicker coatings, produced of high solid loaded suspensions, drying cracks extend 23 24 Sintering Applications throughout the full depth of the layer. The characteristics of the substrate chosen have no effect on how many cracks are generated.