Analyzing dynamic interaction of impulse-loaded strips
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The paper considers the dynamic process of contact interaction of infinite impulse-loaded strips arranged with a gap. The behavior of the strips is described by linear elastic dynamics equations. The contact problem is solved by the collocation method. The process of impact of two and three strips is analyzed. The calculation results are compared with data obtained by using the finite-element method.
KeywordsStrip Dynamic Impulse loading Elasticity Contact mechanics
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