Parameters of nonuniform shocks in aluminum
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A method of recording the pressure profile and mass velocity behind the front of a two-dimensional shock excited in a flat plate by a load moving over its surface is described. Results obtained for the case of detonation of a layer of explosive on the surface of an aluminum plate are presented.
KeywordsAluminum Mathematical Modeling Mechanical Engineer Explosive Industrial Mathematic
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