Simulation of complex plane targets penetration by long rod using MCA method

M. A. Chertov, A. Yu Smolin, E. V. Shilko, S. G. Psakhie, Ke Chen, Dewu Huan

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Abstract

In the present paper the modified MCA method is applied to simulation of finite thickness steel plate penetration by long tungsten alloy rod. The influence of such parameters as impact velocities and plate thickness on penetration process pattern is studied. The influence of the nutation angle is not considered, only normal impact is considered. The dependences of final velocity and rod's length as functions of impact velocity and plate thickness are presented. The calculated curves and overall behavior of simulated system demonstrated sufficient compliance with the experimental data, which proves that the MCA method is now applicable to a wider range of computational problems.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationMultiscaling in Applied Science and Emerging Technology, Fundamentals and Applications in Mesomechanics: Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference for Mesomechanics
EditorsG.C. Sih, T.B. Kermanidis, S.G. Pantelakis
Pages307-311
Number of pages5
Publication statusPublished - 2004
EventMultiscaling in Applied Science and Emerging Technology; Fundamentals and Applications in Mesomechanics:Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference for Mesomechanics - Patras, Greece
Duration: 31 May 20044 Jun 2004

Other

OtherMultiscaling in Applied Science and Emerging Technology; Fundamentals and Applications in Mesomechanics:Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference for Mesomechanics
CountryGreece
CityPatras
Period31.5.044.6.04

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Keywords

  • High velocity penetration
  • MCA method
  • Simulation

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Engineering(all)

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Chertov, M. A., Smolin, A. Y., Shilko, E. V., Psakhie, S. G., Chen, K., & Huan, D. (2004). Simulation of complex plane targets penetration by long rod using MCA method. In G. C. Sih, T. B. Kermanidis, & S. G. Pantelakis (Eds.), Multiscaling in Applied Science and Emerging Technology, Fundamentals and Applications in Mesomechanics: Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference for Mesomechanics (pp. 307-311)