Effect of Fictive Temperature on Dynamic Fatigue Behavior of Silica and Soda-Lime Glasses

The dynamic fatigue characteristics of silica glasses with fictive temperaturesof 1000°, 1100°, and 1300℃ and sodalime glasses with fictive temperatures of470° and 530℃ were measured in air. For both glasses, samples with higher fictive temperatures had a greater fatigue resistance. Inert strength of silica glasses with fictive temperature of 1000° and 1300℃ was also measured at liquid nitrogen temperature. Glass with higher fictive temperature had a greater inert strength.

Li, Hong. Agarwal, Anand.