By Rodney J. Clifton, Amos Gilat, Chin-Ho Li (auth.), John Mescall, Volker Weiss (eds.)
The military fabrics and Mechanics study middle in coopera tion with the fabrics technological know-how crew of the dep. of Chemical Engineering and fabrics technology of Syracuse collage has been undertaking the yearly Sagamore military fabrics examine convention due to the fact 1954. the categorical goal of those meetings has been to collect scientists and engineers from educational associations, undefined, and govt who're uniquely certified to discover intensive an issue of value to the dep. of security, the military, and the medical neighborhood. The court cases of this convention, entitled fabric habit less than excessive rigidity AND ULTRAHIGH LOADING premiums, could be released in elements. the themes lined within the current quantity comprise dynamic plasticity, adiabatic shear/localized deformation, and dynamic fracture mechanics. Papers facing ordnance applica tions, projectile release surroundings, and up to date work-in-progress will seem as an AMMRC Technical record and should have extra restricted distribution in line with fresh military guidance. The convention Chairmen are really thankful to the contributors of this system Committee. we would like additionally to recognize the help of Mr. Charles Polley of the military fabrics and Mechanics examine heart, Mr. Robert promote, Ms. Helen Brown DeMascio, and Ms. Mary Ann Holmquist of Syracuse college in the course of the con ference making plans levels and the e-book of the textual content. the continuing lively curiosity in and help of those confer ences by means of Dr. E. Wright and Col. George Sibert, Direct and Deputy Director/Commander, respectively, of the military fabrics and Mechan ics learn middle, is appreciated.
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Material Behavior Under High Stress and Ultrahigh Loading Rates by Rodney J. Clifton, Amos Gilat, Chin-Ho Li (auth.), John Mescall, Volker Weiss (eds.)