Deformation and Flow of a Bulky Body Penetrated by a Deformable Projectile
Developed herein is a large deformation continuum mechanics theory of hydro-elasto-plasticity. The theory is able to predict with the aid of the finite element technique the transient response of materials under low, medium, or high velocity impact. Geometric, kinematic, material, and interfacial nonlinearities are considered.
KeywordsShock Wave Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory High Velocity Impact Kirchhoff Stress Finite Element Technique
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