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An analysis of penetration and ricochet phenomena in oblique hypervelocity impact
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, George C. Marshall Space Flight Center, For sale by the National Technical Information Service in Marshall Space Flight Center, Ala, [Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Statement||by William P. Schonberg, Roy A. Taylor, and Jennifer R. Horn.|
|Series||NASA technical memorandum -- 100319.|
|Contributions||Taylor, Roy A., Horn, Jennifer R., George C. Marshall Space Flight Center.|
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Impact crater from a hypervelocity impact testAuthor: Jennifer Harbaugh. Examining the temporal evolution of hypervelocity impact phenomena via high-speed imaging and ultraviolet-visible emission spectroscopy J. D. Tandy,1,a) J. M. Mihaly,2 M. A. Adams,2 and A. J. Rosakis2 1Department of Chemistry, University of Leicester, Leicester LE1 7RH, United Kingdom 2Graduate Aerospace Laboratories, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, California .
impact angle. Figure 1. Target holder: normal (left) and oblique (right) impact configuration. In the normal impact configuration, a central hole is evident in the witness plate to allow the projectile pass through the plate and reach the target. Targets and test summary Twenty-eight hypervelocity impact tests were realizedCited by: 1. Volume 2 offers research on impact and penetration data from projectile effects on surfaces ranging from natural phenomena such as water, to metallic plating and material-engineered armors. Recent advances in reactive fragments, which provide enhanced terminal effects, are .
The temporal evolution of a previously observed hypervelocity impact-induced vapor cloud [Mihaly et al., Int. J. Impact Eng. 62, 13 ()] was measured by simultaneously recording several full-field, near-IR images of the resulting emission using an OMA-V high-speed camera. A two-stage light-gas gun was used to accelerate 5 mg Nylon 6/6 right-cylinders to Cited by: 9. Hypervelocity material ejection during oblique convergence between two thin plates has been observed in both hypervelocity impact experiments [e.g., Walsh et al., ; Allen et al., ; Miller, ] and hydrocodeCited by:
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Marshall Space Flight Center.]. Gaps in NASA/MSFC Hypervelocity Impact Test Database as of March 2. SECTION THREE -- HYPERVELOCITY IMPACT OF DUAL-WALL STRUCTURES Introduction. Penetration Phenomena Associated With Normal HypervelocityFile Size: 8MB.
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W.P. Schonberg, Penetration and ricochet phenomena in oblique hypervelocity impact. AIAA Journal, 27(5), (). W.P. Schonberg, Hypervelocity impact penetration phenomena in alu~ninum space structures. by: 7. This paper describes the results of an experimental investigation of the penetration phenomena associated with oblique hypervelocity projectile impact of aluminum dual‐wall structures.
Equations that quantitatively describe these phenomena are obtained through a regression of hypervelocity impact test data. The Hypervelocity Impact Society (HVIS) fosters the development and exchange of technical information in the discipline of hypervelocity impact phenomena by promoting technical excellence, encouraging peer review publications, and.
A series of normal and oblique hypervelocity impact tests were performed on carbon fibre/PEEK composite specimens using the Light Gas Gun facilities at the University of Kent at Canterbury.
The tests were conducted on 16 ply and 24 ply targets, using 1 mm and 2 mm aluminum projectiles, at velocities of approximately 5 km/s, and at impact angles Cited by: The results of a continuing investigation of the phenomena associated with the oblique hypervelocity impact of spherical projectiles onto multi-sheet aluminum structures are given.
A series of equations that quantitatively describes these phenomena is obtained through a regression of experimental data. 3D oblique hypervelocity impact simulations by OTM method Hypervelocity Impact of an Aluminum Sphere on an Aluminum-Kevlar Orbital Debris Shield Anna's Analysis Recommended for you.
Abstract. Fundamentals of plane shock wave loading are described in relation to spherical shock loading which is the characteristic of ballistic and hypervelocity impact and penetration of materials, particularly metals and alloys. Purchase High-Velocity Impact Phenomena - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book.
ISBNBook Edition: 1. Books Advanced Search New Releases Best Sellers & More Children's Books Textbooks Textbook Rentals Sell Us Your Books Best Books of the Month. The results of a continuing investigation of the phenomena associated with the oblique hypervelocity impact of spherical projectiles onto multi-sheet aluminum structures are given.
The hypervelocity impact analysis was then performed by the non-linear analysis software LS-DYNA. Here, projectiles and target plates consisting of 3. will be made of low velocity impacts and contact phenomena, which have been reviewed elsewhere , nor will problems in hypervelocity impact be considered.
This subject has been treated extensively in various symposia on hypervelocity impact [S] and in reviews by HOPKINS and KOLSKY , HERRMANN and JONES , PITEK and HAMMIT ,Cited by: Hypervelocity impact by tiny aluminum spheres created signals in the kHz frequency range easily detectable with small piezoelectric sensors similar to equipment being flown.
A summary of the relevant results, advantages and requirements of using ultrasonic sensors for impact detection are shown in bullet format Size: 1MB. Find out information about Hypervelocity impact.
Muzzle velocity of an artillery projectile of feet per second or more. Numerical Simulation of Projectile Oblique Impact on Microspacecraft Structure.
Acoustic emission analysis of experimental impact processes in comparison to ultrasound measurements and numerical modeling. The oblique impact experiment of copper sphere-on-steel plate was modeled using a three-dimensional mesh w, cubical cells of dimension mm cubes.
Such a resolution allows 41 cells across the diameter of the copper sphere and 36 cellsAuthor: H. Fang. The process of cratering in materials is described in terms of four phases: transient, primary, secondary, and recovery.
Rod projectiles were used in an experimental study of the relative importance of each phase and its influence on final crater dimensions. Aluminum and steel rods with aspect ratios of 1/6 to 25 were impacted into metallic and nonmetallic Cited by: Other articles where Hypervelocity impact is discussed: meteorite crater: The impact-cratering process: extreme speeds is called a hypervelocity impact.
Although the resulting depression may bear some resemblance to the hole that results from throwing a pebble into a sandbox, the physical process that occurs is actually much closer to that of an atomic bomb explosion. Explosion, Shock Wave And Hypervelocity Phenomena In Materials (Materials Science Forum) [S.
Itoh, S. Itoh] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Explosion, Shock Wave And Hypervelocity Phenomena In Materials (Materials Science Forum)Author: S. Itoh. Selection and peer-review under responsibility of the Hypervelocity Impact Society doi: / The 12th Hypervelocity Impact Symposium Modeling Experiments of Hypervelocity Penetration of Adobe by Spheres and Rods Christopher S.
Meyer* U.S. Army Research Laboratory RDRL-WML-H, Aberdeen Proving Ground, MDUSA.There is a need to determine the equations of state of materials in regimes of extreme high pressures, temperatures and strain rates that are not attainable on current two-stage light-gas guns. Understanding high-pressure material behavior is crucial to address the physical processes associated with a variety of hypervelocity impact events related to space sciences-orbital Cited by: 1.Shock and Vibration T: Impact phenomena classi cation and state evaluation.
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