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Der Bruchvorgang im Glas - Historische Aufnahmen der Bruchausbreitung beim Beschuß verschiedener technischer Gläser (Cranz-Schardin-Verfahren)

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Title Der Bruchvorgang im Glas - Historische Aufnahmen der Bruchausbreitung beim Beschuß verschiedener technischer Gläser (Cranz-Schardin-Verfahren)
Alternative Title Fracture Phenomena in Glass - Historical Film Shots of Fracture Propagation in Different Types of Glass under Bombardment (Cranz-Schardin-Principle)
Author Schardin, Hubert
Struth, Wolfgang
Elle, Dietrich
License No Open Access License:
German copyright law applies. This film may be used for your own use but it may not be distributed via the internet or passed on to external parties.
DOI 10.3203/IWF/E-2355
IWF Signature E 2355
Publisher IWF (Göttingen)
Release Date 1976
Language Silent film
Producer Hubert Schardin
Production Year 1943

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IWF Technical Data Film, 16 mm, 116 m ; SW, 10 1/2 min

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Subject Area Engineering
Abstract Aufnahmen aus den Jahren 1942/43, hergestellt mit der funkenkinematographischen Methode nach Cranz und Schardin als Dokumentation des 1939 erreichten Kenntnisstandes vom spröden Bruchvorgang. Erstmalige Berechnung der maximalen Bruchgeschwindigkeit in technischen Gläsern zu 1520 m/sec.
Historically valuable cinematographic shots of crack propagation in various industrial glasses. The shots were taken using the spark cinematographic method developed in the years 1942/43 by Carl Cranz and Hubert Schardin. Together with the unaltered text of the original accompanying publication, they are proof of the high level of knowledge of brittle fracture gained in the years 1937 to 1939. From these shots it was possible for the first time to calculate the maximum rate of fracture in plate and mirror glass as being 1520 metres per second.
Keywords Hochfrequenzkinematographie
Cranz-Schardin-Verfahren
Glas / Bruchvorgang
Bruchvorgang / Glas
fracture process / glass
glass / fracture process
Cranz-Schardin principle
high-frequency cinematography
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