Mechanical characterization of the Amazonian Pomacea dolioides (Reeve, 1856) shell

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  • Ariana Andrade F. Instituto de Ciências Exatas e Tecnologias - ICET, Universidade Federal do Amazonas –UFAM, Rua Nossa Senhora do Rosário, 3863, Tiradentes. CEP: 69103-128, Itacoatiara, Amazonas, Brazil.
  • Rodrigo Nogueira B. Instituto de Ciências Exatas e Tecnologias - ICET, Universidade Federal do Amazonas –UFAM, Rua Nossa Senhora do Rosário, 3863, Tiradentes. CEP: 69103-128, Itacoatiara, Amazonas, Brazil.

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.21829/azm.2018.3412120

Palabras clave:

Pomacea dolioides, propiedades mecánicas, fuerza flexible, dureza, rugosidad

Resumen

Investigamos el comportamiento mecánico de las conchas de moluscos de agua dulce, Pomacea dolioides, recolectados en un área de llanuras aluviales en Amazonas, Brasil. Con el fin de caracterizar las propiedades mecánicas de éstas, se utilizaron ensayos de flexión, dureza y rugosidad. Para determinar la resistencia a la flexión del material, se propuso una nueva metodología para el cálculo de la resistencia a la flexión, considerando la geometría curva de los cuerpos de prueba retirados de las conchas. También se describieron las propiedades mecánicas analizados en función de la posición y de la espesura de la concha, la variación de la superficie de la rigidez con el concha y el nivel bajo de irregularidad superficial en la superficie interna de las conchas. La concha presentó el Módulo de Ruptura a la Flexión (MOR) medio de 128.0 MPa, dureza superficial Rockwell HR15N = 50 ± 8.3 y un bajo nivel de irregularidades en la capa interna, con rugosidad Ra = 0.160 μm.

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Andrade F., A., & Nogueira B., R. (2018). Mechanical characterization of the Amazonian Pomacea dolioides (Reeve, 1856) shell. ACTA ZOOLÓGICA MEXICANA (N.S.), 34(1), 1–11. https://doi.org/10.21829/azm.2018.3412120
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