Strain waves in an elastoplastic rod under longitudinal impact
Dimensional analysis indicates that for impact with a sufficiently large (dimensionless) mass of striker (m ∼ 105) the nature of strain inhomogeneity for elastoplastic chromium steel specimens weakly sensitive to strain rate is governed by parameter V.
In order to provide a strain regime close to a quasistatic one, it is recommended that for V < Vt a tolerable limiting value of Vt = 0.04 be adopted.
KeywordsChromium Dimensional Analysis Steel Specimen Chromium Steel Strain Wave
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