The realization of a connection between a ceramic and a metal is always accompanied by the creation of a multi-axial stress field. Different physical and mechanical origins explain the genesis of stresses at the bonding interface in the ceramic and metal at the bond formation of ceramic-metal. In this study, a finite element model is developed to analyze numerically the effect of the sites of alumina grains snatches on the distribution and stresses level of the interface with the silver. The analysis has been extended to the effect of alumina grains-alumina grains interaction, alumina grains size and form.
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