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S. J. D. C. R. H. Cook, A Constitutive Model and Data for Metals Subjected to Large Strains, High Strain Rates, and High Temperatures. In Seventh International Symposium on Ballistics, The Hague, The Netherlands, April 1983. 22 . Advances in Ceramic Armor IV PHYSICS OF GLASS FAILURE DURING ROD PENETRATION D. A. Shockey, D. Bergmannshoff, D. R. Curran, and J. W. Simons SRI International Menlo Park, CA 94025 ABSTRACT The failure physics of glass when attacked by a projectile was investigated by examining the damage in glass target blocks that were partially penetrated by a steel rod.
Several targets cracked through and the penetrator lay separated tkom the target pieces. The slightly tilted attitude of the arrested projectile suggested some yaw at impact. Figure 1 shows a target before and after impact. Figure 1 . Target assembly before and after impact. After the impact, the encased targets with the embedded projectiles were carefully removed from the target mount to minimize shifting of the glass fragments. placed in the heated vacuum chamber on the rear plate (face plate up), and infiltrated with epoxy to hold the fragments in place and allow the fragmented target to be sectioned.
G. R. Wilshaw, Quasi-Static Solid Particle Damage in Brittle Solids - I. Observations, Analyses and Implications, Acra Metullurgica, 24,939-956 (1976). G. E. Gulden and M. Rosenblatt, Impact Damage in Brittle Materials in the ElasticPlastic Response Regime, Proc. R. Soc. Lond. A, 361,343 (1978). A. C. Dao, L. R. Curran, Nucleation and Growth of Cracks in CVD ZnS Under Particle Impact, SRI Annual Report, Part II, to the Office of Naval Research, Arlington, VA, N00014-76-C-0657 (1979). A. H. Marchand, S.
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