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A Method for Studying the Temperature Dependence of Dynamic Fracture and Fragmentation

DOI :

10.3791/52463-v

June 28th, 2015

June 28th, 2015

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1Institute of Shock Physics, Imperial College London

Fracture and fragmentation are late stage phenomena in dynamic loading scenarios and are typically studied using explosives. We present a technique for driving expansion using a gas gun which uniquely enables control of both loading rate and sample temperature.

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