The contribution of two mechanisms of cumulation to the process of spallation of metal disks is studied numerically. The dimensions of the spallation zones are estimated and their location is determined as a function of the plastic and viscous properties of the material.
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Andriankin, É.I., Andrushchenko, V.A. & Kholin, N.N. Cumulation and spallation with local thermal shocks in metals disks. Journal of Engineering Physics 58, 75–81 (1990). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00872702
- Statistical Physic
- Thermal Shock
- Viscous Property
- Metal Disk
- Spallation Zone