High Plastic Deformations and High Cooling Rates at the Interface of Explosion-Welded Materials
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Results of mathematical simulation of processes of plastic deformation, heating and cooling of steel plates during high-speed collision are presented. The method of hydrodynamics of smoothed particles is used to simulate the processes of plastic deformation and of the corresponding heating. The results of the simulation agree well with the experimental data and make it possible to explain the special features of structures observed in explosion-welded steel billets.
Key wordsexplosion welding simulation hydrodynamics of smoothed particles deformation cooling rate
The study has been financed by a grant of the Russian Scientific Foundation (Project No. 17-72-10226).
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