High Velocity Impact Dynamics by Jonas A. Zukas

By Jonas A. Zukas

This compendium of mathematical suggestions for the modeling and simulation of high-velocity affects provides some of the analytical and experimental points of effect dynamics and describes the responses of a number of fabrics and constructions less than influence. assurance is prolonged past that of the author's effect Dynamics and bargains with new issues in affects regarding inert fabrics, together with the dynamic reaction to full of life and inert fabrics. remedy makes use of classical mechanics in addition to the conservation legislation, mixed with failure research.

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