Regulating the Plastic Deformation of a Metal During Explosive Stamping

  • É. B. Medzyanovskii


One of the merits of using explosions in metal processing is the possibility of broad- range regulation of deformation of the material. The goal of this regulation is the maximum use or artificial increase of the plastic properties of a stampable metal.


Plastic Deformation Explosive Charge Charge Weight Permanent Vessel plastiC Wave 
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