Study of mechanical response in embossing of ceramic green substrate by micro-indentation

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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2042/16915
Title: Study of mechanical response in embossing of ceramic green substrate by micro-indentation
Author: Liu, Y. C.; Shan, X.-C.
Abstract: Micro-indentation test with a micro flat-end cone indenter was employed to simulate micro embossing process and investigate the thermo-mechanical response of ceramic green substrates. The laminated low temperature co-fired ceramic green tapes were used as the testing material ; the correlations of indentation depth versus applied force and applied stress at the temperatures of 25 °C and 75°C were studied. The results showed that permanent indentation cavities could be formed at temperatures ranging from 25 °C to 75 °C, and the depth of cavities created was applied force, temperature and dwell time dependent. Creep occurred and made a larger contribution to the plastic deformation at elevated temperatures and high peak loads. There was instantaneous recovery during the unloading and retarded recovery in the first day after indentation. There was no significant pile-up due to material flow observed under compression at the temperature up to 75 °C. The plastic deformation was the main cause for formation of cavity on the ceramic green substrate under compression. The results can be used as a guideline for embossing ceramic green substrates.
Publisher: EDA Publishing, Grenoble, France
Date: 2008

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