Observation of shear bond strength between zirconia core and silica based composite material; a finite element analysis

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2021-05-21
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Source Title
Journal of Silicate Based and Composite Materials
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0013-970X
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2064-4477
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Scientific Society of the Silicate Industry
Volume
74
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2
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46 - 51
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English
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The strength of all-ceramic restorations depends on not only properties of basic material but also used ceramic material, substructure and upper structure connection, the thickness of crown, design, and bonding technique of restoration. The purpose of this study is to analyze the shear stress between the zirconia core and silica-based ceramic by using the finite element method. Using 20-node structural solid elements, the shear stresses were calculated with the methods of shear test and Schmitz-Schulmeyer test through 3-dimensional finite element method. The commercial software Ansys (Ansys Version 11.0, ANSYS, Inc., Canonsburg, PA 15317, USA) was used to create a three-dimensional mesh. There is no significant difference between the test methods as a result of the force applied close to the bond interface. However, when moving away from the bond interface, it is understood that there is a failure in higher tensile forces. It was determined that there was no significant difference in the results when the force to be applied in both the Shear bond Test and Schmitz-Schulmeyer tests was performed the near interface of Zirconia core-Silica based veneer ceramic

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Silica based composite, Finite elements analysis, Shear strength, Schmitz-Schulmeyer, Zirconia
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