Crushing of compact elements in impact interaction with a thin plate
On the basis of investigations it was established that the limit speeds of crushing are affected by the scale, the ductility and other physicomechanical properties of materials. Crushing is the result of one or several mutually interacting effects (intense plastic deformation, wave processes, and fields of residual stresses).
KeywordsResidual Stress Plastic Deformation Ductility Thin Plate Crushing
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