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The present study examines the strain-rate sensitivity of four high-strength, high-toughness steels at strain-rates ranging from 0.0002 s −1 to 200 s −1 : AerMet 100, modified 4340, modified HP9-4-20, and a recently developed Eglin AFB steel alloy, ES-1c. A newly developed dynamic...
Expanded polypropylene foams (EPP) can be used to absorb shock energy. The performance of these foams has to be studied as a function of several parameters such as density, microstructure and also the strain rate imposed during dynamic loading. The compressive stress–strain behaviour of these...
The breakup by supersonic air jet of cylindrical brittle gypsum deposits formed on tube surfaces was studied using high-speed imaging. The breakup of symmetric deposits was visualized from the front and back simultaneously, and the effects of deposit asymmetry, jet/deposit attack angle, and jet...
Measurement of dynamic strength of concrete at impact relevant strain rates and pressures is the purpose of the described study. Therefore, an experimental design of direct planar impact experiments with longitudinal and transverse strain gauges is analyzed in predictive hydrocode simulations...
We developed closed-form perforation equations for rigid, conical and ogival nose projectiles that perforate aluminum target plates at normal impact. An existing cylindrical, cavity-expansion model that was experimentally verified with perforation data into 5083-H131 aluminum armor plates was...
In order to investigate the state of stress in a target material under conditions of interface defeat or dwell it is necessary to determine the load intensity at the interface of the flowing projectile material and the target. Previous studies for a cylindrical projectile geometry at normal...
An analysis and simulation of the gouging impact phenomenon which occurs at the Holloman Air Force Base High Speed Test Track (HHSTT) during hypervelocity impact testing is presented. Simulations of the sled/rail interactions were conducted using the hydrocode, CTH. These simulations utilize the...
Determination of the mechanical properties of materials under the combined effects of high-temperatures and high strain-rates has been an important and challenging issue. A strategy has been proposed and evaluated recently towards this purpose in which a heating cell with accurate temperature...
The dynamic spherical cavity expansion is treated through a complete analytical solution of the equations of motion for an elasto-plastic solid obeying von-Mises yield criterion. The solutions for various metals, with different elastic and plastic properties, are fitted with a third order...
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