MATEC Web Conf.
Volume 348, 2021The 2nd International Network of Biomaterials and Engineering Science (INBES’2021)
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|Published online||17 November 2021|
The behaviour of aluminum alloy 1050 sheet subjected to impact and perforation process: Experimental and numerical approaches
a Laboratoire d’Innovation Durable et de Recherche Appliquée (L.I.D.R.A), Universiapolis, Bab Al Madina, Qr Tilila, Agadir, Morocco
b Universiapolis Université Mohammed V de Rabat, École Nationale Supérieure d'Arts et Métiers de Rabat (Ex-ENSET), Avenue des Forces Armées Royales, 10100 Rabat, Morocco
c Equipe de recherche Matériaux, Mécanique et Génie Civil, ENSA Agadir, Ibn Zohr University, Morocco
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The mechanical behavior of aluminum alloy under impact loading using different configurations is described. Perforation tests are referred in this work at wide ranges of specimen using several projectile shapes to analyse their effect on the ballistic curve VR-V0 (conical, hemispherical and blunt), with a diameter of 6.mm. A wide range of impact velocities from 40 to 100 m/s has been used. Experimental and numerical analysis have been carried out to predict the mechanical behaviour of the studied aluminium alloy. This analysis has been done using a high-pressure gas gun. Specimens were prepared from standard 1.0 mm and 1.5 mm thick aluminum sheets with 13x13 cm plates. The resistance and the energy absorbed by the aluminum sheets under dynamic load were obtained by measuring the initial and residual velocities of the projectiles. The experimental and numerical results are presented and compared in terms of ballistic curve VR-V0, a good correlation was observed.
Key words: Gas gun / experimental technique / Aluminum alloy / mechanical properties / Ballistic behavior / Experiment / Numerical simulation
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