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Experimental study was made for the dynamic crushing of thin plates stiffened by stamping with 1–3 parallel V-grooves in a clamped-end condition. The length of the blanks was set at the same value of 300 mm, while the width was of 70, 140 and 210 mm at a thickness of 1 mm, otherwise specified....
A finite element model (FEM) of the ST drive from Seagate is developed in ANSYS to investigate the shock response of the hard disk drive (HDD). The FEM includes the pivot bearing, the head stack assembly (HSA) and the disk. The free state of the HSA is determined by an iterative procedure to...
A limiting performance analysis is presented to determine the theoretically optimal control force-time profile generated by a vehicle restraint system, with slack represented as a system delay. Three established injury thresholds (chest acceleration, chest compression rate, and the viscous...
A simplified discrete-crack finite element modelling approach has been developed to model the performance of unreinforced brickwork and blockwork masonry walls subject to out-of-plane impacts. The approach involves the use of linear elastic solid elements for masonry units in conjunction with a...
The protection capability of dual flying plates against a yawed long rod of enhanced L / D is evaluated numerically, where L is the length and D is the diameter of the rod. This study is motivated by the fact that the protection performance of dual plate system is governed by the extent of...
Electromagnetic forming of aluminum sheets has been studied in detail by many researchers due to its advantages of increased formability and reduced springback. The feasibility of electromagnetic impact welding of aluminum sheets has been established, but the effect of process parameters on the...
The fatigue life of foamed polymers in compression impact was measured using a cam-driven compound pendulum system. Impact-induced fatigue data are presented for two open-celled foamed polymers having different densities, which are often used for shock mitigation. Material measurements at...
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