Experimental and Theoretical Research into Dynamic Loading of Tungsten Porous Alloy with Reinforcing Agent
The paper studies the behavior of ceramic porous tungsten alloy with reinforcing agents under the shock-wave loading conditions. Penetrating capacity of tungsten kinetic energy projectiles is calculated and experimentally investigated during their high-speed impacts on steel plates. It is shown that the increased penetration depth of tungsten projectiles exceeds that of the prototype with relevant weight and size, made of tungsten-nickel-iron cast alloy. A mathematical model is developed together with the design technique of the behavior of tungstennickel-iron-cobalt metal foams alloyed with boron carbide, tungsten titanium carbide and tungsten carbide during the high-speed impact interaction. The composite ceramic material is described here as a porous medium. The matrix of this medium is a homogeneous two-phase mixture of the tungsten-nickel-iron-cobalt system and reinforcing agents added in the required proportions.
Keywordscomposite ceramic material reinforcing agent porosity experiment mathematical simulation high-speed impact interaction penetration depth
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