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R.R. Shabaikin, "Dynamic Deformation Effects During Compression and Drain of Asymptotically Thin Perfectly Rigid Plastic Spherical Layer," Mech. Solids. 55 (2), 172-176 (2020)
Year 2020 Volume 55 Number 2 Pages 172-176
DOI 10.3103/S0025654420020168
Title Dynamic Deformation Effects During Compression and Drain of Asymptotically Thin Perfectly Rigid Plastic Spherical Layer
Author(s) R.R. Shabaikin (Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow, 119992 Russia, rr.shabaykin@outlook.com)
Abstract The present article deals with a solution ofan analogue of the Prandtl problem on compression and drain (spreading) of a perfectly rigid plastic material in an asymptotically thin spherical layer by taking into account inertial effects. Various compression modes that characterize the transition from a quasistatic process to a dynamic one are considered.
Keywords perfectly rigid plastic solid, Prandtl problem, compression, drain, asymptotic expansions, axisymmetric problem, Euler number, dynamics
Received 07 April 2019Revised 30 May 2019Accepted 06 June 2019
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