High-Speed Interaction Rod and Segmented Projectiles into Massive Obstacles
National Research Tomsk Polytechnic University, 634050 Tomsk, Russia
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In this paper we consider issues related to numerical modelling of processes of high-speed impact effect of a consistent series of damaging elements on the massive barrier. Research is carried out by comparing the finite speed of penetration of this series at a speed of penetration of the elongated one-piece (rod) of the missile of the same mass and diameter. Examines the range of initial impact speeds from 1 to 12 km/s taking into account such physical phenomena as fracture, melting and evaporation of the interacting bodies. The analysis showed that almost in all range of impact speeds segmented drummer is better solid elongated.
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