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analysis of plastic shock waves in snow
Robert L. Brown
|Statement||Robert L. Brown ; prepared for Directorate of Military Programs, Office, Chief of Engineers, by United States Army, Corps of Engineers, Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory.|
|Series||CRREL report -- 79-29.|
|Contributions||United States. Army. Corps of Engineers. Directorate of Military Programs., Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 14 p. :|
|Number of Pages||14|
Presentation Goals and Outline • Goals – Describe the properties of explosives important for snow engineering – Describe how explosive generated shock waves interact with snow – Explain the various possible outcomes of using explosives in snow of interest to avalanche control specialists. • Outline of the talk 1. Overview of methods of using explosives in snow. 1 History of Shock Waves by P. Krehl Introduction 00 Shock Waves: Deﬁnition and Scope 00 Early Percussion Research 00 Evolution of Shock Waves 00 Natural Supersonic Phenomena and Early Speculations 00 Shock Waves in Gases 00 Shock Waves in Liquids 00 Shock Waves in Solids 00 Evolution of Detonation Missing: snow book.
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Shock Waves in Solids under High Pressures p. Shock jump conditions p. Shock adiabat p. Interaction of Shock Waves in Solids under High Pressure p. Plane Waves in Hydro-Elasto-Plastic Media p. Attenuation of Shock Waves in Hydro-Elasto-Plastic Media p. One-Dimensional Strain Elasto-Visco-Plastic Waves p. Missing: snow book. An investigation is made of the stress system set up by an explosive detonating in contact with a metal surface. An extrapolation from data on the compressibility of steel and lead leads to the conclusion that the shock wave set up by the detonation has an initial velocity in steel which is less, and an initial velocity in lead which is greater, than the velocity of plane elastic by:
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The propagation of plastic shock waves in snow is analyzed in order to evaluate the effect of wave intensity and frequency content on attenuation. The results show that frequency content is not very. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Brown, Robert L.
(Robert Lee), Analysis of plastic shock waves in snow. Hanover, N.H.: The Laboratory, An analytical study of the propagation of shock waves in snow was carried out to evaluate the response of medium density snow to high rates of loading. One solution was developed for steady shock waves; this resulted in calculation of pressure jump, density jump and stress wave speed.
Correlation with available experimental data was found to be by: 2. Since rapid densification of snow accompanies shock waves, the propagation of pressure waves in wet snow is strongly dependent upon initial snow density.
This density effect is shown by Figure 2 for the case of a sample height of 30 mm. The results illustrated there are for water contents of 5. Velocity of plastic waves in snow Naturally deposited snow was taken from the field as samples.
To avoid the influence of the layer structure of naturally deposited snow, samples were taken from a homogeneous layer and compression was made always parallel. Shock-wave studies of snow have been conducted at stress levels of up to 40 MPa. Analysis of embedded gauges and shock-reverberation techniques were used to determine shock pressure-density data for snow with initial densities ranging from kg m −3 to kg m −3 and temperatures ranging from −2 °C to −23 ° by: 4.
Description. Shock Waves in Condensed Matter – covers the proceedings of the American Physical Society Topical Conference, held in Santa Fe, New Mexico on JulyThe book focuses on the response of matter to dynamic high pressure and temperature.
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Helpful. Comment Report abuse/5(33). Chapter 3 Shock Waves in Solids Introduction. The bar geometries we considered in Chapter 2 give rise to a state of uniaxial stress which is amenable to 1D analysis.
If the loading is pushed much beyond the elastic limit, 3D features, such as necking, radial Missing: snow book. This is Lecture notes on Shock Waves. What are shock waves. properties and applications. are separated by a 50 µ m thick plastic di- The analysis and performance of reddy tube are as.
Unlike ordinary sound waves, the speed of a shock wave varies with its amplitude. The speed of a shock wave is always greater than the speed of sound in the fluid and decreases as the amplitude of the wave Missing: snow book. This book forms an introduction to important aspects of shock-wave propagation in solid materials.
Emphasis is on the regime of moderate compression that can be produced by high-velocity impact or detonation of chemical explosives. In this regime relatively simple equations of state are applicable to the description of : Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.
EXPERIMENTS AND ANALYSIS OF WATER-SHEET BREAKUP AND MITIGATING POTENTIAL UNDER BLAST LOADING A. Zakrajsek 1, D. Guildenbecher, 2, and S. Son 1School of Mechanical Engineering, Purdue University, West Lafayette IN 2 Present Address: Sandia National Laboratories, Albuquerque NM Abstract An explosion yielding a blast wave can cause Missing: snow book.
This book forms an introduction to important aspects of shock-wave propagation in solid materials. Emphasis is on the regime of moderate compression that can be produced by high-velocity impact or detonation of chemical explosives.
In this regime relatively simple equations of state are applicable to the description of compression. Thus the strong detonation wave is dominated by the shock wave. The weak detonation wave is supersonic and precedes gas dynamics waves. Thus it is a reaction-di⁄usion wave and the existence and stability of a weak detonation wave are mainly the result of chemical nonlinearity (this is shown in  for a 2 2 model).
The most fundamental information currently known about the propagation of shock waves through any material substance will be presented. It is shown that the equation of state (EOS) has a decisive effect on the shock phenomena that can exist in the material.
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Velocity of blast waves Impulse characteristics of blast waves Wave perturbations in the homogeneous atmosphere at the far distances from the center of explosion Understanding the causes and effects of explosions is important to experts in a broad range of disciplines, including the military, industrial and environmental research, aeronautic engineering, and applied mathematics.
Offering an introductory review of historic research, Shock Waves and Explosions brings analytic and computational methods to a wide audience in a clear and thorough g: snow book. Shock wave, strong pressure wave in any elastic medium such as air, water, or a solid substance, produced by supersonic aircraft, explosions, lightning, or other phenomena that create violent changes in pressure.
Shock waves differ from sound waves in that the wave Missing: snow book. Dimensional Analysis and Physical Similarity are well understood subjects, and the general concepts of dynamical similarity are explained in this book.
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The goal of these tests was to identify at what point the in elastic-plastic region the overpressure wave no longer closely resembled a shock wave, but an elastic wave instead. KEYWORDS: Black Powder, Raleigh Hugoniot-Equations, Overpressure Prediction, Raleigh Line, Airblast.
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