Split Hopkinson (Kolsky) Bar: Design, Testing and Applications

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Springer Science & Business Media, 11.11.2010 - 388 Seiten

The authors systematically describe the general principles of Kolsky bars, or split Hopkinson bars, which are widely used for obtaining dynamic material properties. Modifications are introduced for obtaining reliable data. Specific experiment design guidelines are provided to subject the specimen to desired testing conditions.

Detailed Kolsky-bar examples are given for different classes of materials (brittle, ductile, soft, etc) and for different loading conditions (tension, torsion, triaxial, high/low temperatures, intermediate strain rate, etc). The Kolsky bars used for dynamic structural characterization are briefly introduced. A collection of dynamic properties of various materials under various testing conditions is included which may serve as a reference database.

This book assists both beginners and experienced professionals in characterizing high-rate material response with high quality and consistency. Readers who may benefit from this work include university students, instructors, R & D professionals, and scholars/engineers in solid mechanics, aerospace, civil and mechanical engineering, as well as materials science and engineering.

 

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Chapter 1 Conventional Kolsky bars
1
Chapter 2 Testing Conditions in Kolsky BarExperiments
37
Chapter 3 Kolsky Compression Bar Experimentson Brittle Materials
76
Chapter 4 Kolsky Compression Bar Experimentson Soft Materials
119
Chapter 5 Kolsky Compression Bar Experimentson Ductile Materials
177
Chapter 6 Kolsky Compression Bar for Dynamic Triaxial Experiments
208
Chapter 7 Kolsky Compression Bar Experiments at HighLow Temperatures
233
Chapter 8 Kolsky Bar for Dynamic TensileTorsion Experiments
261
Chapter 9 Kolsky Compression Bar Experiments at Intermediate Strain Rates
290
Chapter 10 Kolsky Bar for Dynamic Structural Experiments
313
APPENDIX A PULSE SHAPING FORTRAN CODE
348
References
375
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