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Mechanisms of Elastoplastic Response of Metals to Impact

  • C. S. Coffey
Part of the High-Pressure Shock Compression of Condensed Matter book series (SHOCKWAVE)

Abstract

The elastoplastic response of metals to impact and shock has been the subject of a great many investigations. Many, if not most, of these were developed for mild impact conditions where thermal effects are important. The author’s own peculiar situation has led him to examine the elastoplastic response of metals from the perspective of high-amplitude impacts and shocks. In this regime, thermal effects, although important, are secondary to the effects of the impact or shock. Thermal effects are necessary to properly account for plastic flow behavior for low-amplitude impacts and shocks and to provide a more correct picture of plastic flow at higher stress levels. Much of what follows arose from efforts to account for the energy dissipation and localization that occurs in crystalline solids during shock or impact. These processes are related to plastic deformation since all occur due to the creation and motion of dislocations.

Keywords

Edge Dislocation Dislocation Core Plastic Strain Rate Dislocation Source Applied Shear Stress 
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