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The manuscripts contained during this factor of Ceramic Engineering and technological know-how complaints have been chosen from one of the greater than seventy displays on the Armor Ceramics Symposium. The discussions are divided into 3 sections: Modeling and dynamic habit, obvious fabrics, and Opaque fabrics. carried out in the course of the 36th annual overseas convention on complex Ceramics and Composites (ICACC), this occasion is without doubt one of the ultimate worldwide meetings for the most recent advancements within the fabrication, characterization, and alertness of ceramic fabrics to satisfy the desires of the army, police, and different public security, defense, and security organizations.


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Lateral stress measurement and in situ sound speed measurement would be very helpful in interpretation of the data and improvement of the model. Advances in Ceramic Armor VIII · 37 On the Source of Inelasticity in Ceramics 4 OjJUlf'kjriüU ,g OS Figure-4: Alternate post-failure model. Precompression experiment Zaretsky and Kanel (2002) performed a plate impact experiment on a pre-stressed target. Lateral prestress was provided by shrink-fitting a steel cylinder on the AI2O3 target. The pre-stress changed the loading path to one that did not follow proportional loading.

Nedderman, Statics and Kinematics of Granular Materials, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK (1992). 13 S. Chocron and C. E. Anderson, Jr, Numerical simulations of the penetration of glass using two pressure-dependent constitutive models, in Predictive Modeling of Dynamic Processes: A Tribute to Klaus Thoma, (S. ), pp. 167-187, Springer Science+Business Media LLC, New York (2009). 14 J. M. McGlaun, S. L. Thompson, and M. G. Elrick, CTH—a three dimensional shock wave physics code, Int. J. , 10: 351-60 (1990).

To test this hypothesis, Dandekar (2004) designed and carried out another series of experiments on SiC where the material was subjected to combined pressure and shear. The response of the material was observed from measurement of normal surface motion alone. The impact stress was kept below the HEL so that elastic analysis could be utilized. Since the stress level was below the HEL, one would expect no accumulation of damage due to inelasticity. However, they found an interesting trend in the data.

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