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Yu.K. Bivin, "Penetration of a Solid into a Layered Barrier," Mech. Solids. 54 (4), 541-544 (2019)
Year 2019 Volume 54 Number 4 Pages 541-544
DOI 10.3103/S002565441904006X
Title Penetration of a Solid into a Layered Barrier
Author(s) Yu.K. Bivin (Ishlinsky Institute for Problems in Mechanics of the Russian Academy of Sciences, pr. Vernadskogo 101, str. 1, Moscow, 119526 Russia,
Abstract The results of experimental studies of the penetration of solids moving by inertia into a. medium composed of layers of plasticine of different strengths (previously held at different temperatures) are presented. A steel ball and a conical body were used. The dependence of the penetration depth on the thickness and relative position of the frozen and warm layers was determined, as well as the effect of the ratio of the layer thickness to the length of the streamlined body on the result.
Keywords inertia penetration, layered medium, ball, cone
Received 30 June 2018
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