Modelling of crystal plasticity effects in the fracture of a metal/ceramic interface - bridging the length scales

Muhammad Amir Siddiq
Abstract: Metal/ceramic interfaces play a vital role in modern materials technology, as evident by their use in a variety of applications. High-strength materials, such as metal-matrix composites consist of internal interfaces between ceramic (e.g. SiC or Al2O3) particles or filaments within a metallic host. In microelectronics packaging, interfaces between metallic (Cu and/or Al) interconnects and SiO2, carbide/nitride (TiCN) or oxide (Al2O3) ceramics are commonplace, and impact the performance and longevity of solid state devices. Despite...
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