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Shear Localization and Shear Bands Patterning in Heterogeneous Materials

  • Vitali F. Nesterenko
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Shear localization plays an important role in the process of high-speed metal cutting, armor resistance to high-velocity impact, and in the break-up of penetrators. The high-strain-rate plastic flow of fractured ceramics during the ballistic impact of ceramic armor plays an important role in governing the depth of penetration, as was shown in the model calculations by Curran, Seaman, Cooper, and Shockey [1993]. Another example is initiation by shear bands of energetic materials under high-strain-rate plastic flow, which is unstable at high strains for most materials.

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  • Vitali F. Nesterenko
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  1. 1.Department of Mechanical and Aerospace EngineeringUniversity of California at San DiegoLa JollaUSA

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