This Technical notice describes an extension to a cosmopolitan single-degree-of-freedom (SDOF) version for metal participants topic to explosion loading. The SDOF version during this record extends the SDOF version formerly built in FABIG Technical word 7 to incorporate pressure expense results and to supply extra rational ductility measures than these according to the rate-insensitive version. The Technical notice proceeds via supplying an outline of the matter features in addition to the formula technique utilized in constructing the hot SDOF version, the place attention is given to fabric price sensitivity in line with the Cowper-Symonds version.
desk of Contents
2. challenge features and Assumptions
three. formula strategy
four. Cross-Sectional reaction
five. Dynamic energy
6. Ductility Measures
7. version resolution method
eight. Examples and Verification
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