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Ceramic Fracture under Compression

Ceramic Fracture under Compression

Ceramic Fracture under Compression

We know that the compression ratio between various shapes of ceramic materials are different, the shapes having very different behaviors under compression.

Would you pleaset opinion as to why this is so? Why do the shapes behave differently under compression and why is compression different in relation to shape?

RE: Ceramic Fracture under Compression

To whom it may concern:
     My company made a ceeramic globe for a customer.  the customer now refuses to pay based on qualita of mfg.  Is there an expert who can review the qualita of the product versus its intended use, and possibly testify before a court of law.  Please respond to wblac78963@aol.com if you qualify.

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