Metallurgical Influences on Shear Band Activity
Metallurgical effects on shear band behavior were studied by applying a state of uniform dynamic shear strain and then suddenly removing it by explosively expanding a hollow specimen cylinder to a diameter determined by a massive confining cylinder. Because geometry-induced stress concentrations are absent and because shear band development can be stopped at various stages, the procedure emphasizes the role of metallurgical features on shear band activity.
KeywordsFurnace Anisotropy Propen Brittle Explosive
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