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Hogan, James
Rogers, Robert
Spray, John
Boonsue, Suporn
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Microscale deformation and fracture
Raman spectroscopy
Scanning electron microscopy
Gypsum dehydration
Mineral processing and mechanics
Vickers testing
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English
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The role of plastic deformation and fracture during small-scale, low-rate contact scenarios in gypsum is investigated. Results indicate that the hardness decreases with increasing load, on all axes, ranging from 216 kg/mm2 at 0.25 N to 91 kg/mm2 at 4.91 N on the (010) plane and from 122 kg/mm2 at 0.98 N to 75 kg/mm2 at 4.91 N on the (011) and (110) cleavage planes. Higher hardness values for lower loads are attributed to dislocation saturation and localized necking, which leads to densification and work-hardening. Transmitted light microscopy reveals that the decrease in hardness for increasing load is related to an increase in subsurface cracking along the (010) and (011) cleavage planes, enabling the indenter to penetrate deeper into the crystal. Coupled with an increase in subsurface cracking is an increase in surface smoothness as a result of increased plastic material flow beneath the indenter, with crack densities decreasing from 34% at a 0.25 N load to 6% at a 4.91 N loading. Raman spectroscopy reveals that the higher-hardness material comprises water-reduced forms of calcium sulphate: hemihydrate and α-CaSO4. Local temperatures required for the dehydration of gypsum range from 118 to 142 °C, indicating such temperatures were reached during plastic flow, and related heat generation, of the material beneath the indenter under relatively quasi-static conditions. Evaporated water generates voids in the original crystal structure and enables the sulphate to deform more easily.
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2012
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doi:10.7939/R3B56DJ41
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Hogan, James, Boonsue, Suporn, Spray, John, & Rogers, Robert. (2012). Micro-scale Deformation of Gypsum During Micro-Indentation Loading. Rock Mechanics and Mining Science, 54, 140-149.  http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ijrmms.2012.05.028

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