标题（title）：Shock Phenomena in Granular and Porous Materials
作者（author）：Tracy J. Vogler, D. Anthony Fredenburg
出版社（publisher）：Springer International Publishing
大小（size）：17 MB (18050584 bytes)
Granular forms of common materials such as metals and ceramics, sands and soils, porous energetic materials (explosives, reactive mixtures), and foams exhibit interesting behaviors due to their heterogeneity and critical length scale, typically commensurate with the grain or pore size. Under extreme conditions of impact, granular and porous materials display highly localized phenomena such as fracture, inelastic deformation, and the closure of voids, which in turn strongly influence the bulk response. Due to the complex nature of these interactions and the short time scales involved, computational methods have proven to be powerful tools to investigate these phenomena. Thus, the coupled use of experiment, theory, and simulation is critical to advancing our understanding of shock processes in initially porous and granular materials.
This is a comprehensive volume on granular and porous materials for researchers working in the area of shock and impact physics. The book is divided into three sections, where the first presents the fundamentals of shock physics as it pertains to the equation of state, compaction, and strength properties of porous materials. Building on these fundamentals, the next section examines several applications where dynamic processes involving initially porous materials are prevalent, focusing on the areas of penetration, planetary impact, and reactive munitions. The final section provides a look at emerging areas in the field, where the expansion of experimental and computational capabilities are opening the door for new opportunities in the areas of advanced light sources, molecular dynamics modeling, and additively manufactured porous structures.
By intermixing experiment, theory, and simulation throughout, this book serves as an excellent, up-to-date desk reference for those in the field of shock compression science of porous and granular materials.
Table of contents :
Front Matter ....Pages i-xi
Front Matter ....Pages 1-1
Equation of State Modeling for Porous Materials (Travis Sjostrom)....Pages 3-28
Low-Pressure Dynamic Compression Response of Porous Materials (D. Anthony Fredenburg, Tracy J. Vogler)....Pages 29-62
Continuum Modeling of Partially Saturated Soils (Biswajit Banerjee, Rebecca Brannon)....Pages 63-100
Front Matter ....Pages 101-101
Planetary Impact Processes in Porous Materials (Gareth S. Collins, Kevin R. Housen, Martin Jutzi, Akiko M. Nakamura)....Pages 103-136
Recent Insights into Penetration of Sand and Similar Granular Materials (Mehdi Omidvar, Stephan Bless, Magued Iskander)....Pages 137-163
Applications of Reactive Materials in Munitions (Suhithi M. Peiris, Nydeia Bolden-Frazier)....Pages 165-191
Front Matter ....Pages 193-193
X-Ray Phase Contrast Imaging of Granular Systems (B. J. Jensen, D. S. Montgomery, A. J. Iverson, C. A. Carlson, B. Clements, M. Short et al.)....Pages 195-230
Shock Compression of Porous Materials and Foams Using Classical Molecular Dynamics (J. Matthew D. Lane)....Pages 231-254
Additively Manufactured Cellular Materials (Ron Winter, Graham McShane)....Pages 255-294