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Dynamic Strength of Materials

  • B.L. Glushak
  • O.A. Tyupanova
  • Yu.V. Batkov
Part of the Shock Wave and High Pressure Phenomena book series (SHOCKWAVE)

Abstract

The methods used in practice for the acquisition and interpretation of experimental data pertaining to the resistance of materials to plastic-strain (shearstrength) are based on the concepts of the nature of motion of a material possessing strength and the features of high-rate deformation discussed in Chap. 1. These methods are briefly described below. Additional information on this topic is available to the reader in monographs [1–3], review [4], and the original papers cited in [1–4].

Keywords

Shock Wave Rarefaction Wave Shock Compression Dynamic Strength Spall Strength 
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