Dynamic simulation of a crystal lattice under impulse loading

Niska, Heidi M.; Charron, Amy E.; Schulz, T. J.; Perger, W. F.; Kunz, A. B.
April 2000
AIP Conference Proceedings;2000, Vol. 505 Issue 1, p343
Academic Journal
A shock front in a crystal is modeled by a displacement of atoms in space and time. The corresponding frequency spectrum is determined via a Fourier transform and represented by 3-D graphics for a range of rise times and types of rise functions. The displacement function has high frequency components which do not depend significantly on the type of rise function.


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