Peculiarities of metal balls deformation by quasi-spherical shock waves

Glushak, B. L.; Novikov, S. A.; Sinitsyna, L. M.; Yukina, N. A.
April 2000
AIP Conference Proceedings;2000, Vol. 505 Issue 1, p513
Academic Journal
The paper presents results of experimental studies of metal balls deformation by quasi-spherical shock waves. With use of sequential increase of explosive layer thickness characterizing level of shock wave loading for ball surface, we recorded various extents of ball from saving of material continuity to fragmentation. Results of explosive loading of metals with different strength and plastic properties are discussed.


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