Sub-Surface Damage in Glass
April 25-27, 1989
Tucson, AZ

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Technical Sessions

Session I, Effect of Sub-Surface Damage
Session Chair: Bob Parks

  1. Designing with Glass - Effects of Sub-Surface Damage
    H. A. Miska (Corning Glass Works)
    Effect of Sub-Surface Damage/Oral/Abstract/1989 Spring
  2. Overview of Sub-Surface Damage in Brittle Materials - Evolution of Concepts and Current Status
    T. J. Magee (XMR, Inc.) and C. S. Leung
    Effect of Sub-Surface Damage/Oral/Abstract/1989 Spring
  3. Thermal Downshock Test for Assessing Sub-Surface Damage Glass Plates
    Suresh T. Bulati, William F. Pardue and H. Gordon Shafer (Corning Glass Works)
    Effect of Sub-Surface Damage/Oral/Abstract/1989 Spring

Session II, Mechanisms Producing Sub-Surface Damage
Session Chair: Bob Hocken

  1. The Response of Isotropic Brittle materials to Abrasive Processes
    Norman J. Brown, Baruch A. Fuchs, P. Paul Hed and Irving F. Stowers (LLNL)
    Mechanisms Producing Sub-Surface Damage/Oral/Abstract/1989 Spring
  2. Sub-Surface Damage in Optical Materials: Origin, Measurement and Removal
    P. Paul Hed, David F. Edwards and Janet Davis (LLNL)
    Mechanisms Producing Sub-Surface Damage/Oral/Abstract/1989 Spring
  3. The Transition from Ductile to Brittle Fracture
    Robert Polvani and Chris Evans (NIST)
    Mechanisms Producing Sub-Surface Damage/Oral/Abstract/1989 Spring

Session III, Detection of Sub-Surface Damage
Session Chair: E. Clayton Teague

  1. Light Scattering from Surface and Sub-Surface Defects
    E. L. Church (USARDEC) and P. Z. Takacs (Brookhaven National Laboratory)
    Detection of Sub-Surface Damage/Oral/Abstract/1989 Spring
  2. Non-Destructive and Destructive Analysis of Spatially Distributed Sub-Surface Damage in Quartz and Sapphire Optical Flats
    T. J. Magee and C. S. Leung (XMR, Inc.) and F. Orazio, Jr. (VTI, Inc.)
    Detection of Sub-Surface Damage/Oral/Abstract/1989 Spring
  3. Use of a Microindenter for Assessing Sub-Surface Damage
    Robert Polvani and Chris Evans (NIST)
    Detection of Sub-Surface Damage/Oral/Abstract/1989 Spring

Session IV, Prevention of Sub-Surface Damage
Session Chair: H. G. Shafer

  1. Chemo-Mechanical Prepolish of Phosphate Laser Glass for Reducing Sub-Surface Damage
    A. Lindquist, S. D. Jacobs and V. Plotsker (The Institute of Optics and Laboratory for Laser Energetics, University of Rochester)
    Prevention of Sub-Surface Damage/Oral/Abstract/1989 Spring
  2. Shear Mode Grinding
    Norman J. Brown and Baruch A. Fuchs (LLNL)
    Prevention of Sub-Surface Damage/Oral/Abstract/1989 Spring
  3. Evaluating a Glass Surface Produced by Ductile Grinding
    K. L. Blaedel and P. J. Davis (LLNL)
    Prevention of Sub-Surface Damage/Oral/Abstract/1989 Spring
  4. Ion Polishing Facility at Kodak Status and Plans
    Robert E. Keim (Eastman Kodak Company)
    Prevention of Sub-Surface Damage/Oral/Abstract/1989 Spring

Session V, Contributed Papers

  1. Surface Evaluation of Fine Ground Samples
    Yoshiharu Namba (Chubu University) and Jean M. Bennett (Naval Weapons Center)
    Sub-Surface Damage/Oral/Abstract/1989 Spring
  2. Reduction of Sub-Surface Damage from Lapping Silicon and Applications to Glass
    David Rostoker (Norton Co.)
    Sub-Surface Damage/Oral/Abstract/1989 Spring