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the results show that the crack growth is caused by the combined effect of a relatively high fatigue strength and a relatively high fracture toughness. a natural material such as bone (and max phase ceramics), while exhibiting a high fatigue strength and a high fracture toughness, also have one more key property, namely, the ability to self-heal. the ability to self-heal is essential for biological materials and it was demonstrated that the self-healing ability of max phase ceramics is comparable to that of natural bone. a fem analysis demonstrated that the healed cracks have a very similar elastic modulus to the original fractured one. this implies that the local micro-structure after the healing reaction is identical to that of the original fractured material. the fem analysis also shows that the fracture toughness recovery is very slow (more than 4 weeks) and that the maximum fracture toughness recovery is only of the order of 50%. this is due to the fact that the oxide in the fracture process zone is only a few micrometers in thickness. it is therefore clear that the fracture toughness of the healed cracks is not as high as that of the original fractured material. however, the effective fracture toughness recovery is about 100% due to the large increase in fracture toughness of the healing zone.

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the ability of max phase ceramics to heal large cracks (several millimeters) and their ability to self-heal will be a great advantage for the materials design and development of these materials for thermal cycling and long-term applications. while the ti2alc max phase material shows good promise as a ceramic candidate for such high temperature applications, it is not easy to predict the rate of crack healing and recovery of mechanical properties. the direct observation and careful analysis of the crack healing in a ti2alc max phase ceramics wedge splitting test is a straightforward and simple experimental technique which can provide a clear understanding of the healing process. this makes the proposed wedge splitting test a very useful technique to characterize the healing behaviour of ti2alc max phase ceramics.


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