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Pulse waves cannot be understood simply as pressure waves (longitudinal waves) propagating in compressible blood fluid, nor as radially expanding-contracting displacement waves (transverse waves) propagating along solid blood vessels, but rather as complex waves with fluid-solid coupling and longitudinal wave-transverse wave coupling beyond ordinary imagination. Starting from a new approach to analyze the coupling constitutive relation, a series model is proposed, providing more information for traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) pulse diagnosis in terms of the “position, rate, shape and potential”. It is shown that the equivalent volumetric compression modulus Ks and the corresponding pulse wave propagation velocity cs of the coupling pulse wave system, mainly depend on two dimensionless parameters: the ratio of the blood modulus to the vessel modulus, Kb(p)/E(p) and the ratio of the diameter to the thickness, D(p)/h0, of thin-walled blood vessels, which may vary from person to person and from different pulse locations for the same person. The influences of them on the cs are quantitatively analyzed, showing that for human body the magnitude of Kb/E is in the order of 103 so that the magnitude of cs is in the order of 100–101 m/s to adapt to the human physio-biochemical reactions. By clinical invasive measurements, it is confirmed that the pulse volume transverse wave and the pulse pressure longitudinal wave are coupled and propagate at the same speed, and it is shown that the pulse wave is actually a “biological wave” with oxygenation and biochemical reactions on the wave front. Furthermore, the relations of the “pulse pressure amplification” with the nonlinear constitutive relation and with the load enhanced reflection at the bifurcation of blood vessels, as well as the Lewis’s hypothesis about the formation of dicrotic wave are discussed.
In order to improve the crashworthiness of thin-walled tubes, the multi-cell bionic thin-walled tubes based on a shrimp chela structure were designed by the principle of structural bionics. By taking the cell number (2−6) and the impact angle (0°, 10°, 20°, 30°) as experimental factors, the finite element method was used to simulate the crashworthiness of the bionic tubes, the reliability of the results by the simulation test was verified by the drop-weight tests. The results show that the two-cell bionic tube has the best crashworthiness under axial and oblique loads. Under the same working conditions, the reduction of the number of unit cells can reduce the peak loads of the bionic tubes. Under the oblique impact load, the time for the bionic tubes to maintain the stable collapse deformation mode is shortened with the increase of the number of the cells, and the crashworthiness of the bionic tubes decreases with the increase of the number of the cells. The combination of a shrimp cheek structure and an ordinary circular tube effectively improves the crashworthiness of the designed structures. So it can provide a reference for the design of energy-absorbing components in vehicles.
This work aims at the explosion problem in long-distance gas pipelines. An experimental study on the influence of ultrafine water mist with NaCl on the gas explosion characteristics of pipes with different blocking ratios was carried out in a self-built horizontally transparent duct. Such effects are quantified via the analysis of pressure and flame speed. The results show that the explosion overpressure increases with the increase of the pipeline blocking ratio in such gas explosion of the pipeline that is only under the pressure relief ports with different blocking ratios (0, 0.2, 0.4 and 0.6). Under the action of ultrafine water mist, the blocking ratio varies nonlinear with the time of flame front movement propagation to the end of the pipe. When the blocking rate is 0.2, the average flame velocity is the largest. When the fog flux is 8.4 mL and mass fraction of NaCl in it is 8%, the ultrafine water mist containing NaCl has the best fire and explosion suppression effect as the maximum explosion pressure drops by 59.2%. The ultra-fine mist containing NaCl acts directly on the explosion flame to suppress the explosion.
In order to study the reaction characteristics of reactive materials under explosive loading, two typical reactive materials, namely Al/PTFE and Al/Ni, as well as two inert materials, namely Al2O3/PTFE and Al2O3/PTFE/W, were manufactured by powder compaction. Explosion-driven tests were conducted on the four materials, by combining with the high-speed photography technology, far-infrared thermal imager testing technology and peak overpressure testing technology. The characteristics of explosive fireball, distribution of temperature and peak overpressure of blast shock waves were analyzed for different materials. Furthermore, the chemical energy released from the reactive materials was considered in the empirical calculation model to estimate the peak overpressure of blast shock waves. The influence of the released energy on the blast shock wave was analyzed by the model. The results show that during the explosion driving process, the reactive materials undergo such stages as reaction under strong loading, debris generation and scattering around, impact on steel plates and subsequent reaction. Reactive materials can strengthen the air shock wave produced by explosive explosion, and only part of the chemical reaction occurs at the moment of explosion loading.
Hydrogen-doped fuel has gradually become the focus of research due to its excellent combustion characteristics. In order to further study the detonation characteristics of hydrogen-doped fuel, a cylindrical semi-enclosed tube with a length of 3 000 mm and a diameter of 30 mm was designed. The detonation characteristics of three premixed gases, CH4-2O2, 6CH4-H2-12.5O2 and 3CH4-H2-6.5O2 (hydrogen ratio is 0%, 5.1% and 9.5%, respectively), were studied experimentally under different initial pressures. Smoked foils, ion probes and pressure sensors were used to measure the cell structures, the flame positions and the internal pressures, respectively. The results show that hydrogen-doped methane/oxygen can effectively increase the propagation velocity of detonation waves, and the higher the concentration of hydrogen, the faster the propagation velocity. In addition, hydrogen can reduce the velocity loss at the outlet of the tube and accelerate the coupling of flame and shock wave at lower initial pressures, reduce the cell size and improve detonation sensitivity.
In order to obtain the suitable structure of the metal diaphragm in the double-pulse engine compartment, this study used the Johnson-Cook material damage model to numerically simulate the pressure-bearing and rupture process of metal diaphragms of different specifications. The results determined the metal diaphragm of a certain specification to meet the design requirements. A set of two-way pressure measuring device was designed to study the pressure-bearing and rupture behaviors of the metal diaphragm. The results show that the metal diaphragm has no structural rupture during one-pulse operation. During the two-pulse operation, the metal diaphragm breaks along the pre-cut and no metal fragments are detached. The pressure-bearing and rupture behavior can meet the working requirements in the engine. The results obtained by numerical simulation are in good agreement with the experiment data, which shows that it is feasible to use the numerical simulation method to study the bearing and cracking of metal diaphragm. Furthermore, simulation study shows that as the diameter increases with the thickness-diameter ratio of the metal diaphragm kept constant, the pressure required for the rupture increases at first and then decreases, and then it increases again.
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Invited Article & General Review
The researchers in solid mechanics are interested in studying the mechanical response of deformed solids with stress-strain constitutive relationships (referred to as deformation-type constitutive relations), while the researchers in fluid mechanics are interested in studying the mechanical responses of fluids with stress-strain rate constitutive relationships (referred to as flow-type constitutive relations). When the dynamic plasticity of structures and materials is concerned, should it be in terms of plastic deformation or plastic flow? This paper discusses this problem from the macroscopic plastic constitutive theory and the microscopic dislocation dynamic mechanism, respectively, and points out that the plastic constitutive relation belongs to the flow-type viscoplastic rate-dependent constitutive relation, which is suitable for both loading and unloading processes. Therefore, the stress-strain diagram should not be used to describe the plastic loading and unloading processes. The elastic-plastic constitutive relation is the coupling of the deformation-type and flow-type constitutive relations.
Explosion Physics
In order to establish the link between macroscopic explosion suppression effect and the mechanism of microscopic explosion suppression during the methane explosion suppression process, we used the 20 L spherical explosion test devices and grating spectrometer to collect data on the pressure and flame emission spectrum, analyzed changes of some key free radicals or molecules such as NO, CN, CHO, HNO and OH with the methods of spectrum analysis and data synchronization analysis during the suppression of methane explosion, and obtained the coupling relationship between the development of methane explosion pressure and related free radicals’ content. The research suggests that adding urea can effectively reduce the explosion pressure of methane and extend the explosion induction period of methane. Under urea conditions, the contents of NO and HNO increase while those of CN, CHO and OH are reduced, which lead to the suppression of methane explosion; NO radicals are mainly produced during the stage of pressure increase. CN, CHO, and HNO radicals are mainly produced and peaked during the explosion induction period before pressure rises; OH radicals have always existed throughout the methane explosion and are high in content. The interference on the free radicals above can suppress the methane explosion in relevant reaction stages.
The shock compression and chemical reaction behaviors of CL-20/HMX energetic co-crystal explosives were simulated by nonequilibrium molecular dynamics. The spatio-temporal distributions of density, particle velocity, shock hugoniots, shock initiation pressure, and detonation pressure were obtained. The distribution of main intermediate products and the stable products were also investigated. The simulation results show that the initial reaction pathway is N—NO2 cleavage to form NO2 from CL-20 in co-crystal, with N2, CO2 and H2O as the main products. The decomposition rate of CL-20 and HMX increases with the increase of shock wave velocity gradually, but the attenuation rate of CL-20 is higher than that of HMX under each shock condition.
In order to improve the standard testing method of droplet explosion, the droplet formation process and explosion characteristics of methanol were experimentally studied in the 20 L spherical spray testing system, under different ambient pressures, injection pressures and concentrations. The results show that the increasing of injection pressure is more likely to cause the methanol to break into tiny droplets, leading the explosion limit range of methanol droplets broadened. The increasing of ambient pressure would change the explosion limit range of methanol droplet, and can effectively inhibit the explosion accident caused by methanol leakage. When the ambient pressure is 0.1 MPa, and the injection pressure is 2.1 MPa, with the spray concentration of methanol is 356.4 g/m3, the droplet size of the methanol is 2.5 μm. The maximum explosive pressure, the maximum explosion pressure rising rate and the laminar burning rate are the highest at this inflection point. Small droplets (1−15 μm) are more easily ignited by external energy, and the transient physical and chemical reactions are more rapid and violent during explosion. Larger droplets (more than 22 μm) will cause ignition difficult. However, after the ignition is successful, the explosion characteristics increase with the increasing of methanol droplet concentration, showing an approximate linear rule. At this time, the influence of droplet size of methanol on the above explosion characteristics can be neglected. The results could be helpful to understand the law of droplet explosion, improve the testing method and safety design.
In order to avoid damages caused by the explosion of combustible premixed gas in confined space, it is vital to make accurate explosion overpressure prediction in anti-explosion design or daily safety management. Based on the experimental data in literatures, this paper firstly constructd the prediction model of explosion overpressure based on the smooth and laminar flame propagation theory, and then points out it failed to accurately predict the explosion of large-volume confined space. Subsequently we analyzed the instability of flame propagation in large-volume confined space and its resulting frontal wrinkles and turbulent combustion, which greatly increases the surface of the flame front and exhibits self-similar fractal characteristics during flame propagation. Based on the fractal combustion theory and relevant empirical data, we further construct the explosion overpressure prediction model for flammable premixed gas explosion with considering flame wrinkling and turbulent combustion. At the same time, the experimental results are compared. The results demonstrate that the relative errors of experimental and theoretical calculation are 10.4% and 11.1% respectively when the volume of confined space is large, and the peak pressure is estimated by using the explosion overpressure model based on the flame propagation theory of wrinkling and turbulent. The errors are reduced 72.3% and 50.6% than that of the smooth and laminar flame propagation theory explosion overpressure model. The theoretical model established in this paper is in good agreement with the experimental results, and it can meet the needs of structural explosion-resistant design or daily safety management to a certain extent.
Impact Dynamics
In this study, the resistance model of rigid flat-nosed projectile penetrating reinforced concrete target was established, in which the failure mode of reinforcing bar in reinforced concrete was simplified as bending shear failure on the foundation of plain concrete penetration theory. The calculation results of penetration depth agreed well with Young's formula. The results indicated that the model established in this study could reasonably predict the penetration depth. The results show that the penetration depth of the projectile impacting the mesh center is maximum when the ratio of the projectile diameter to the mesh size is less than 1, and the most unfavorable target position depends on the ratio when it exceeds 1. In view of protection, an engineering calculation formula of penetration depth was proposed under the most unfavorable working condition of.
Survivability and reliability assessment of components/key components on high-speed penetrating projectiles is a hot and difficult issue in the field of EPW development. Due to the cost limitation of prototype test, it is feasible to carry out non-proportionally scale experimental research by carrying prototype fuze components on scaled projectiles. Through the analysis of the process mechanism of a projectile penetrating concrete target, the analytic solution of rigid-body deceleration when the projectile penetrating the semi-infinite thick concrete target and the multi-layer thin concrete target are discussed respectively. From the point of view of similarity of rigid-body deceleration, the non-proportionally reduced-scale criterion of projectile is proposed when the traditional scaling scheme can not meet the requirements of similarity. The numerical results show that under the condition of penetrating semi-infinite thick concrete target, the rigid-body deceleration of the non-proportionally reduced-scale projectile can achieve the same conditions as which of the prototype projectile from the point of view of pulse width and amplitude; under the condition of penetrating multi-layered thin target, through reasonably setting the scale factor and adjusting the layout of the target plate and the initial velocity of the projectile. The pulse width and amplitude of the rigid-body deceleration in the reduced scale test can cover them in the prototype test. The rigid body deceleration characteristics obtained from scaled model test can provide reliable overload environment reference for missile projectile design.
To investigate the dynamic response characteristics of the water-filled double layer structure when encountering a collision load, a series of collision tests are conducted and the response of the structure filled with water and unfilled with water is compared. The results indicate that the internal water can protect the upper plate during a collision. Finally, the effect of fluid-solid coupling between internal water and double layer structure on the collision response is investigated by analyzing the test data of the acceleration of the striker and the disturbance pressure of the internal water.
The numerical simulation of magnetically driven one-sided flyer plate experiment usually does not take into account the influences of cathode motion and ablation width in the thickness direction on the boundary magnetic field. Hence, one-sided computational model was usually applied to simulate magnetically driven one-sided flyer plate experiment. In order to understand the reason why magnetically driven one-sided flyer plate experiment can be simulated by one-sided computational model, magnetically driven one-sided flyer plate experiment (experiment PTS-061 with a 0.972-mm-thick aluminum flyer plate and experiment PTS-064 with a 1.041-mm-thick aluminum flyer plate) were simulated by two-sided computational model. In the experiments with experiment PTS-061 and PTS-064, displacement of thin flyer plate current-loading surface increases with time; displacement of thick cathode current-loading surface does not increases with time, and remains basically unchanged with small displacement in the middle and late stage of experiments. At the end of experiment PTS-061, displacement of thin flyer plate current-loading surface is 4.9 mm, and displacement of thick cathode current-loading surface is only 1.7 mm. At the end of experiment PTS-064, displacement of thin flyer plate current-loading surface is 4.1 mm, and displacement of thick cathode current-loading surface is only 0.9 mm. The reason of one-sided computational model can be adopted in magnetically driven one-sided flyer plate experiment is not that cathode plate position remains unchanged, but instead that cathode current-loading surface has smaller displacement remaining basically unchanged in the middle and later stage of experiments, and the displacement of thin flyer plate current-loading surface has a greater influence on the boundary magnetic field that of thick cathode current-loading surface in the late stage of experiments.
Experimental Techniques & Numerical Methods
Preload selection is one of the key problems for sealing design of closure-flange structure. In this study, a dual spring mass model accounting for the bending deformation of the closure is developed by estimating the equivalent stiffness and mass of the closure flexural vibration. The predicting result of dynamic response is in a great agreement with experiments. Finally, the law of variation of both axial and flexural deformation of the closure with bolt preloading is summarized, and the results show tthe clearance of sealing surface decreases gradually to a stable value with the increase of preloading force. And the bending deformation of the end cap is the main factor affecting this stable value.
To improve the temperature drift characteristics of piezoresistive pressure sensors, a temperature compensation model for the pressure sensors was constructed based on genetic algorithm and wavelet neural networks. By considering the problems of slow convergence and high probability of the local optimal solutions of the wavelet neural networks, the genetic algorithm was applied to optimize the connection weights, expansion parameters and translation parameters of the wavelet neural networks. Based on the calibration data of the pressure sensors, the BP neural network, wavelet neural network and genetic wavelet neural network were used to study the temperature compensation, respectively. The results show that the genetic wavelet neural network was compatible with the time-frequency local characteristics of the wavelet analysis and the self-learning ability of the neural networks, showing high convergence speed and compensation accuracy. After the compensation, the output values of the sensors were closer to the calibration ones. The maximum error was changed from −17.44 kPa to 0.38 kPa, and the maximum relative error was changed from −14.0% to 0.38%. The constructed model is applied in the temperature compensation of explosion static pressure in finite space, and the practical effect is good.
Applied Explosion Mechanics
Numerical studies were conducted by using the finite element software LS-DYNA to investigate the performances of the retrofitted autoclaved aerated concrete masonry (AAC) walls subjected to gas explosions. A simplified numerical model for the masonry walls was developed and calibrated with the test data. Under the blast loads specified by the design codes, the influences of wall height and thickness on the structural response of the unstrengthened one-way AAC masonry walls were discussed. In addition, the performances of the BFRP strip and spray-on polyurea strengthened one-way AAC masonry walls were compared and the retrofitting suggestions for engineering practice were proposed. It is found that the numerical predications of the mid-span displacements and failure modes are in agreement with the test data. Under the specified blast loads, the unstrengthened masonry walls mainly fail for bending of the structures, and with the increase of wall height, the failure mode changes from flexure failure to shear failure. Using the BFRP strips can improve the stiffness and arching effect of the walls significantly while the spray-on polyurea can enhance the tensile membrane effect of walls effectively. The failure mode of the strengthened masonry walls is a typical flexure failure. The fracture of the BFRP strips generally occurs at the mid-span area of the one-way masonry walls, while the fracture of spray-on polyurea occurs at the boundary of the masonry walls.
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2010, 30(1): 1-6.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2010)01-0001-06
[Abstract](695) PDF(384)
KUAI Nian-sheng, HUANG Wei-xing, YUAN Jing-jie
2012, 32(4): 432-438.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2012)04-0432-07
[Abstract](605) PDF(311)
ZHANG Wei, XIAO Xin-ke, WEI Gang
2011, 31(1): 81-87.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2011)01-0081-07
[Abstract](708) PDF(310)
Review of the development of Hopkinson pressure bar technique in China
Hu Shi-sheng, Wang Li-li, Song Li, Zhang Lei
2014, 34(6): 641-657.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2014)06-0641-17
[Abstract](1579) PDF(1280)
Experimentalinvestigationsonbehaviors ofprojectilehigh-speedwaterentry
ZHANG Wei, GUO Zi-tao, XIAO Xin-ke, WANG Cong
2011, 31(6): 579-584.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2011)06-0579-06
[Abstract](714) PDF(243)
Explosion characteristics of coal dust in a sealed vessel
GAO Cong, LI Hua, SU Dan, HUANG Wei-Xing
2010, 30(2): 164-168.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2010)02-0164-05
[Abstract](3440) PDF(2411)
ZHONG Dong-wang, WU Liang, YU Gang
2010, 30(5): 456-462.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2010)05-0456-07
[Abstract](551) PDF(204)
Asimulation-basedexperimentalstudyonexplosionstresswavepropagation andattenuationincoa
CHU Huai-bao, YANG Xiao-lin, HOU Ai-jun, YU Yong-qiang, LIANG Wei-min
2012, 32(2): 185-189.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2012)02-0185-05
[Abstract](546) PDF(401)
Acoustic emission experiment of rock failure under coupled static-dynamic load
WANG Qi-Sheng, WAN Guo-Xiang, LI Xi-Bing
2010, 30(3): 247-253.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2010)03-0247-07
[Abstract](3744) PDF(2281)
Damage characteristics of sandwich bulkhead under the impact of shock and high-velocity fragments
Hou Hai-liang, Zhang Cheng-liang, Li Mao, Hu Nian-ming, Zhu Xi
2015, 35(1): 116-123.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2015)01-0116-08
[Abstract](789) PDF(544)
Design and impact analysis of a high-g accelerometer
SHI Yun-Bo, ZHU Zheng-Qiang, LIU Xiao-Peng, DU Kang, LIU Jun
2010, 30(3): 329-332.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2010)03-0329-04
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Damage modes of stiffened plates subjected to underwater explosion load
ZHU Xi, MOU Jin-Lei, WANG Heng, ZHANG Zhen-Hua
2010, 30(3): 225-231.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2010)03-0225-07
[Abstract](4465) PDF(131)
Large eddy simulation for the multi-viscosity-fluid and turbulence
BAI Jin-Song, WANG Tao, ZOU Li-Yong, LI Ping
2010, 30(3): 262-268.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2010)03-0262-07
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Dynamic response of foam sandwich plates subjected to impact loading
SONG Yan-Ze, WANG Zhi-Hua, ZHAO Long-Mao, ZHAO Yong-Gang
2010, 30(3): 301-307.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2010)03-0301-07
[Abstract](3950) PDF(217)
On dynamic structural response of an airplane landing onto water
He-Qian, LI Yuan-Sheng, LI Lei, YUE Zhu-Feng
2010, 30(2): 125-130.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2010)02-0125-06
[Abstract](2894) PDF(158)
Explosion characteristics of coal dust in a sealed vessel
GAO Cong, LI Hua, SU Dan, HUANG Wei-Xing
2010, 30(2): 164-168.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2010)02-0164-05
[Abstract](3440) PDF(147)
Characteristics of ultra-high performance cementitious composites under explosion
RONG Zhi-Dan, SUN Wei, ZHANG Yun-Sheng, ZHANG Wen-Hua
2010, 30(3): 232-238.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2010)03-0232-07
[Abstract](4052) PDF(150)
Design and realization of an acceleration measurement system by using Model 1221
ZHU Yi-Chao, GAO Cheng, LI Yan-Xin, CHEN Yong-Guang
2010, 30(3): 333-336.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2010)03-0333-04
[Abstract](3524) PDF(140)
Acoustic emission experiment of rock failure under coupled static-dynamic load
WANG Qi-Sheng, WAN Guo-Xiang, LI Xi-Bing
2010, 30(3): 247-253.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2010)03-0247-07
[Abstract](3744) PDF(142)
A calculation method for supercavity profile about a slender cone-shaped projectile traveling in water at subsonic speed
ZHANG Zhi-Hong, MENG Qing-Chang, GU Jian-Nong, WANG Chong
2010, 30(3): 254-261.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2010)03-0254-08
[Abstract](3708) PDF(135)
Explosion mechanism of carbon powder
LAI Cheng-Feng, DUAN Zi-Hua, ZHANG Yong-Fa, ZHANG Lao-Lao
2010, 30(3): 325-328.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2010)03-0325-04
[Abstract](3672) PDF(150)
ZHANG Ding-Shan, WANG Hao, FENG Guo-Zeng, LIU Bin, GUO Jin-Yan
2010, 30(3): 314-319.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2010)03-0314-06
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SUN Chuan-Jie, LU Yong-Gang, ZHANG Fang-Ju, LI Hui-Min
2010, 30(3): 269-275.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2010)03-0269-07
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Three-dimensional discrete element simulation of hot spots in explosives under shock loading
SHANG Hai-Lin, ZHAO Feng, WANG Wen-Qiang, FU Hua
2010, 30(2): 131-137.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2010)02-0131-07
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Performance of a 60 kJ electric gun
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[Abstract](5242) PDF(159)
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LI Ji-Cheng, CHEN Xiao-Wei, CHEN Gang
2010, 30(3): 239-246.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2010)03-0239-08
[Abstract](3930) PDF(154)
Prediction of the lower flammability limits of hydrocarbons based on the quantitative structure-property relationship studies
PAN Yong, JIANG Jun-Cheng, WANG Rui
2010, 30(3): 288-294.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2010)03-0288-07
[Abstract](3595) PDF(147)
Theory analysis on shock-induced chemical reaction of reactive metal
ZHANG Xian-Feng, ZHAO Xiao-Ning, QIAO Liang
2010, 30(2): 145-151.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2010)02-0145-07
[Abstract](3155) PDF(175)
Application of DCD scheme to computation of two-phase flow interior ballistics for fractured propellant bed
YUAN Lai-Feng, RUI Xiao-Ting, WANG Guo-Ping, CHEN Tao
2010, 30(3): 295-300.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2010)03-0295-06
[Abstract](3395) PDF(150)
Effects of reinforcement ratio and impact position on anti-penetration properties of reinforced concrete
Lou-Jian-Feng, WANG Zheng, ZHU Jian-Shi, ZHANG Feng-Guo, HONG Tao
2010, 30(2): 178-182.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2010)02-0178-05
[Abstract](2810) PDF(138)
Effect of different explosion or shock seismic inputs on efficiency of a whole vibration-isolating system
DU Jian-Guo, XIE Qing-Liang, FENG Jin-Ji, LI Li-Sha
2010, 30(3): 276-282.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2010)03-0276-07
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Review on research and development of water-entry impact problem
WANG Yong-hu, SHI Xiu-hua
2008, 28(3): 276-282.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2008)03-0276-07
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Shock wave propagation characteristics in C30 concrete under plate impact loading
WANG Yong-Gang, WANG Li-Li
2010, 30(2): 119-124.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2010)02-0119-06
[Abstract](3231) PDF(130)
Pressure desensitization of emulsion explosives sensitized by compound sensitizers
WANG Yin-Jun, LI Yu-Jing, GAN De-Huai
2010, 30(3): 308-313.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2010)03-0308-06
[Abstract](4429) PDF(122)
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WEN Xia, YANG Shi-Yuan, WANG Jun-Xia, ZHANG Lin, LIU Xiao-Nan
2010, 30(3): 320-324.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2010)03-0320-05
[Abstract](3506) PDF(155)
Blast resistance of large underground rock caverns in hydraulic power stations
ZHAO Bao-You, MA Zhen-Yue, LIANG Bing, XU Wei, XU Xin-Yong
2010, 30(2): 183-190.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2010)02-0183-08
[Abstract](2627) PDF(132)
Kinetics of isothermal phase transition of HMX based on quantitative phase analysis using the Rietveld method
XUE Chao, SUN Jie, SONG Gong-Bao, KANG Bin, XIA Yun-Xia
2010, 30(2): 113-118.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2010)02-0113-06
[Abstract](3022) PDF(148)
Power capability and parameters of JWL equation of state for RDX-based PBX
Wang Xinying, Wang Shushan, Xu Yuxin, Hu Sai
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Review of the development of Hopkinson pressure bar technique in China
Hu Shi-sheng, Wang Li-li, Song Li, Zhang Lei
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[Abstract](1579) PDF(154)
Deflagration characteristics of a preheated CO-air mixture in a duct
ZHANG Liang, WEI Xiao-Lin, YU Li-Xin, ZHANG Yu, LI Teng, LI Bo
2010, 30(2): 191-196.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2010)02-0191-06
[Abstract](2838) PDF(167)
Failure mechanism of single-layer reticulated domes subjected to impact loads
Wang-Duo-Zhi, FAN Feng, ZHI Xu-Dong, SHEN Shi-Zhao
2010, 30(2): 169-177.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2010)02-0169-09
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Experiments and numerical simulations of sympathetic detonation of explosives in shell
WANG Chen, WU Jun-Ying, CHEN Lang, LU Jian-Ying, GUO Xin, WANG Xiao-Feng
2010, 30(2): 152-158.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2010)02-0152-07
[Abstract](3428) PDF(174)
Dynamic response of woven Kevlar/Epoxy composite laminatesunder impact loading
Ma Xiaomin, Li Shiqiang, Li Xin, Wang Zhihua, Wu Guiying
2016, 36(2): 170-176.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2016)02-0170-07
[Abstract](1424) [FullText HTML](636) PDF(636)
FEM analysis of impact experiments with steel plated concrete walls based on ANSYS/LS-DYNA
Zhu Xiu-yun, Pan Rong, Lin Gao, Li Liang
2015, 35(2): 222-228.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2015)02-0222-07
[Abstract](1973) PDF(180)
Multiple elastic-plastic impacts of a simply supported beam struck by a round-nosed mass
LIU Zhong-Hua, YIN Xiao-Chun
2010, 30(2): 138-144.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2010)02-0138-07
[Abstract](2581) PDF(131)
Dynamic behavior of concrete under static triaxial loadingusing 3D-Hopkinson bar
Songlin Xu, Pengfei Wang, Jian Zhao, Shisheng Hu
2017, 37(2): 180-185.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2017)02-0180-06
[Abstract](2063) [FullText HTML](1360) PDF(1360)
Formationandterminaleffectofanexplosively-formedpenetrator madebyenergeticmaterials
Wan Wen-qian, Yu Dao-qiang, Peng Fei, Wang Wei-ming, Yang Tian-hai
2014, 34(2): 235-240.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2014)02-0235-06
[Abstract](1331) PDF(136)
Deformation and failure of reinforced concrete beams under blast loading
Li Meng-shen, Li Jie, Li Hong, Shi Cun-cheng, Zhang Ning
2015, 35(2): 177-183.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2015)02-0177-07
[Abstract](1246) PDF(136)
Talk about dynamic strength and damage evolution
Lili Wang, Shisheng Hu, Liming Yang, Xinlong Dong, Hui Wang
2017, 37(2): 169-179.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2017)02-0169-11
[Abstract](2507) [FullText HTML](1657) PDF(1657)
Experimental research on bubble pulse of small scale charge exploded under simulated deep water
Ma Kun, Chu Zhe, Wang Ke-hui, Li Zhi-kang, Zhou Gang
2015, 35(3): 320-325.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455-(2015)03-0320-06
[Abstract](1296) PDF(174)
Dynamic caustic experiment on fracture behaviors of flawed material induced by pre-notched blasting
Yang Renshu, Xu Peng, Yang Liyun, Chen Cheng
2016, 36(2): 145-152.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2016)02-0145-08
[Abstract](1785) [FullText HTML](588) PDF(588)
Effects of reflected wave on premixed-gas explosion and dynamic response of tube shells
Zhou Ning, Zhang Bingbing, Feng Lei, Geng Ying, Jiang Shuai, Zhang Lu
2016, 36(4): 541-547.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2016)04-0541-07
[Abstract](1091) [FullText HTML](638) PDF(638)
Correlation between the critical tube diameter and annular interval for detonation wave in high-concentration argon diluted mixtures
Yu Jian-liang, Gao Yuan, Yan Xing-qing, Gao Wei
2015, 35(4): 603-608.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2015)04-0603-06
[Abstract](1170) PDF(163)
Numerical analysis on liquid sloshing in storage container by nonlinear dynamics method
Li Wen-sheng, Zhao You-qing, Jia Shan-po, Wang Kai, Tan Ji-ke
2014, 34(1): 86-92.  
[Abstract](1466) PDF(165)
Sensitivity analysis for impact resistance of steel plate concrete walls based on force vs. time-history analysis
Zhu Xiuyun, Lin Gao, Pan Rong, Lu Yu
2016, 36(5): 670-679.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2016)05-0670-10
[Abstract](1339) [FullText HTML](750) PDF(750)
One-dimensional yield behavior of MDYB-3 polymethyl methacrylate at different strain rates
Deng Xiao-Qiu, Li Zhi-Qiang, Zhou Zhi-Wei, Wang Zhi-Hua, Yao Xiao-Hu
2015, 35(3): 312-319.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455-(2015)03-0312-08
[Abstract](1254) PDF(126)
One parameter-obtained method for JWL equation of state considered detonation parameters
Nan Yu-xiang, Jiang Jian-wei, Wang Shu-you, Men Jian-bing
2015, 35(2): 157-163.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2015)02-0157-07
[Abstract](1203) PDF(160)
Review of pyroshock simulation andresponse prediction methods in spacecraft
Zhao Xin, Ding Jifeng, Han Zengyao, Zou Yuanjie
2016, 36(2): 259-268.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2016)02-0259-10
[Abstract](1639) [FullText HTML](648) PDF(648)
Theoretical studies for calculating the detonation products and properties of explosives
Du Ming-ran, Wang Xu-guang, Guo Zi-ru, Yan Shi-long
2015, 35(4): 449-453.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2015)04-0449-05
[Abstract](1284) PDF(199)
Energy-absorbing structure design and crashworthiness analysis of high-speed trains
Li Song-yan, Zheng Zhi-jun, Yu Ji-lin
2015, 35(2): 164-170.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2015)02-0164-07
[Abstract](1455) PDF(183)
Jiang Qi, Liu Tong, Wang Ru-heng, Pan Ting
2014, 34(2): 229-234.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2014)02-0229-06
[Abstract](1318) PDF(171)
Study on the model of hot-spot ignition based on friction generated heat on the microcrack face
Lou Jian-feng, Zhang Yan-geng, Hong Tao, Zhou Ting-ting, Guo Shao-dong
2015, 35(6): 807-811.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2015)06-0807-05
[Abstract](1070) PDF(132)
Material key parameters measurement method in the dynamic tensile testing at intermediate strain rates
Bai Chun-yu, Liu Xiao-chuan, Zhou Su-feng, Li Wei-ming, Shu Wan
2015, 35(4): 507-512.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2015)04-0507-06
[Abstract](1018) PDF(156)
Ma Qing-peng, He Chun-tao, Wang Cong, Wei Ying-jie, Lu Zhong-lei, Sun Jian
2014, 34(2): 174-180.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2014)02-0174-07
[Abstract](1451) PDF(168)
Constitutive model of transparent aviation polyurethane at high strain rates
Zhang Long-hui, Zhang Xiao-qing, Yao Xiao-hu, Zang Shu-guang
2015, 35(1): 51-56.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2015)01-0051-06
[Abstract](1491) PDF(161)
Numerical analysis of dynamic response and impact resistance of a large-span rock shed in a tunnel under rockfall impact
Wang Shuang, Zhou Xiaojun, Jiang Bo, Zhou Yuefeng
2016, 36(4): 548-556.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2016)04-0548-09
[Abstract](1118) [FullText HTML](607) PDF(607)
Application of pulse shaping technique in Hopkinson bar experiments
Guo Chun-huan, Zhou Pei-jun, Lu Zi-chun, Chang Yun-peng, Zou Guang-ping, Jiang Feng-chun
2015, 35(6): 881-887.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2015)06-0881-07
[Abstract](903) PDF(159)
Experiment and numerical simulation on ignition of charge by fragment impact
Sun Bao-ping, Duan Zhuo-ping, Zhang Hai-ying, Liu Yan, Huang Feng-lei
2013, 33(5): 456-462.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2013)05-0456-07
[Abstract](1751) PDF(172)
Experimental study on penetration-resistance characteristics of honeycomb shelter
Wang Qifan, Shi Shaoqing, Wang Zheng, Sun Jianhu, Chu Zhaojun
2016, 36(2): 253-258.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2016)02-0253-06
[Abstract](1385) [FullText HTML](614) PDF(614)
Moleculardynamicssimulationonthermaldecompositionmechanism ofCL-20withdifferentpolymorphs
Zhang Li, Chen Lang, Wang Chen, Wu Jun-ying
2014, 34(2): 188-195.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2014)02-0188-07
[Abstract](1468) PDF(176)
Numericalsimulationondetonatingshelledexplosives byenergeticfragments
Li Xu-feng, Li Xiang-dong, Gu Wen-bin, Li Yu-chun, Qin Ru-ping
2014, 34(2): 202-208.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2014)02-0202-07
[Abstract](1324) PDF(154)
SPH simulation on the behaviors of projectile water entry
Zhou Jie, Xu Shengli
2016, 36(3): 326-332.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2016)03-0326-07
[Abstract](1575) [FullText HTML](729) PDF(729)
Buckling and energy absorption properties of thin-walled corrugated tubes under axial impacting
Hao Wen-qian, Lu Jin-shuai, Huang Rui, Liu Zhi-fang, Wang Zhi-hua
2015, 35(3): 380-385.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455-(2015)03-0380-06
[Abstract](1229) PDF(152)
Effect of airflow characteristics on flame structure for following lycopodium dust-air mixtures in a long horizontal tube
Gao Wei, Abe Shuntaro, Rong Jian-zhong, Dobashi Ritsu
2015, 35(3): 372-379.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455-(2015)03-0372-08
[Abstract](1206) PDF(147)
Numerical simulation on shock waves generated by explosive mixture gas from large nuclear blast load generator based on equivalent-energy principles
Zhang Xiu-hua, Zhang Chun-wei, Duan Zhong-dong
2014, 34(1): 80-86.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2014)01-0080-07
[Abstract](1364) PDF(142)
Simulation of cook-off for AP/HTPB composition propellant in base bleed unit at different heating rates
Li Wenfeng, Yu Yonggang, Ye Rui, Yang Houwen
2017, 37(1): 46-52.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2017)01-0046-07
[Abstract](1067) [FullText HTML](284) PDF(284)
Dynamic analysis of aircraft impacting on concrete structures
Li Xiao-jun, Hou Chun-lin, He Qiu-mei, Mei Ze-hong
2015, 35(2): 215-221.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2015)02-0215-07
[Abstract](1324) PDF(134)
Dynamic buckling of elastic rectangular thin plates subjected to in-plane impact
Mao Liu-wei, Wang An-wen, Deng Lei, Han Da-wei
2014, 34(4): 385-391.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2014)04-0385-07
[Abstract](1335) PDF(122)
Influence factors of gas explosion venting in linked vessels
Sun Wei, Wang Zhirong, Ma Longsheng, Liu Minghan, Yang Chenjian
2016, 36(4): 457-464.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2016)04-0457-08
[Abstract](1111) [FullText HTML](620) PDF(620)
The ballistic performance of Q235 metal plates subjected to impact by hemispherically-nosed projectiles
Deng Yun-fei, Meng Fan-zhu, Li Jian-feng, Wei Gang
2015, 35(3): 386-392.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2015)03-0386-07
[Abstract](1158) PDF(154)
Experimental study on expansion characteristics of twin combustion-gas jets in liquid-filled chambers
Xue Xiao-chun, Yu Yong-gang, Zhang Qi
2013, 33(5): 449-455.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2013)05-0449-07
[Abstract](1794) PDF(138)
Research progress of buildings and structures subjected to aircraft impact
Liu Jingbo, Han Pengfei, Lin Li, Lu Xinzheng, Cen Song
2016, 36(2): 269-278.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2016)02-0269-10
[Abstract](1690) [FullText HTML](692) PDF(692)
Experiment and numerical simulation on expansion deformation and fracture of cylindrical shell
Ren Guo-wu, Guo Zhao-liang, Zhang Shi-wen, Tang Tie-gang, Jin Shan, Hu Hai-bo
2015, 35(6): 895-900.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2015)06-0895-06
[Abstract](951) PDF(149)
Simulation of flyers driven by detonation of copper azide
Jian Guozuo, Zeng Qingxuan, Guo Junfeng, Li Bing, Li Mingyu
2016, 36(2): 248-252.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2016)02-0248-05
[Abstract](1377) [FullText HTML](624) PDF(624)
2014, 34(3): 307-314.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2014)03-0307-08
[Abstract](1219) PDF(134)
Explosion-driven electromagnetic induction pulse generator
Ben Chi, He Yong, Pan Xuchao, He Yuan, Ling Qi
2016, 36(1): 43-49.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2016)01-0043-07
[Abstract](1217) [FullText HTML](797) PDF(797)
perforation of concrete targets with finite thickness by projectiles deceleration
GE Tao, LIU Bao-Rong, WANG Ming-Yang
2010, 30(2): 159-163.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2010)02-0159-05
[Abstract](2522) PDF(132)
Strain rate and temperature sensitivity and constitutive model of YB-2 of aeronautical acrylic polymer
Shi Fei-fei, Suo Tao, Hou Bing, Li Yu-long
2015, 35(6): 769-776.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2015)06-0769-08
[Abstract](1158) PDF(151)
Non-intrusive polynomial chaos methods and its application in the parameters assessment of explosion product JWL
Wang Rui-li, Liu Quan, Wen Wan-zhi
2015, 35(1): 9-15.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2015)01-0009-07
[Abstract](1533) PDF(147)
Two dimensional simulation for shock wave produced by strong explosion in free air
Yao Cheng-bao, Li Ruo, Tian Zhou, Guo Yong-hui
2015, 35(4): 585-590.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2015)04-0585-06
[Abstract](1120) PDF(172)
Study of strain energy based shear model for single lap bolt
Kou Jianfeng, Xu Fei, Feng Wei
2017, 37(1): 10-14.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2017)01-0001-09
[Abstract](1252) [FullText HTML](343) PDF(343)
An analysis of rockburst fracture micromorphology and study of its mechanism
Zhao Kang, Zhao Hong-yu, Jia Qun-yan
2015, 35(6): 913-918.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2015)06-0913-06
[Abstract](1047) PDF(151)
Numericalcal culation of early fireball radiation spectrum in strong explosion
Gao Yin-Jun, Yan Kai, Tian Zhou, Liu Feng
2015, 35(3): 289-295.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455-(2015)03-0289-07
[Abstract](1310) PDF(135)
Experimental study on gas explosion hazard under different temperatures and pressures
Gao Na, Zhang Yansong, Hu Yiting
2016, 36(2): 218-223.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2016)02-0218-06
[Abstract](1620) [FullText HTML](630) PDF(630)
Deformation with damage and temperature-rise of two types of plastic-bonded explosives under uniaxial compression
Li Tao, Fu Hua, Li Kewu, Gu Yan, Liu Cangli
2017, 37(1): 120-125.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2017)01-0120-06
[Abstract](1004) [FullText HTML](308) PDF(308)
Numerical simulation on dynamic response of polyurethane/steel sandwich structure under blast loading
Zou Guang-ping, Sun Hang-qi, Chang Zhong-liang, Xiong Hai-lin
2015, 35(6): 907-912.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2015)06-0907-06
[Abstract](996) PDF(162)
A novel auxetic broadside defensive structure for naval ships
Yang De-qing, Ma Tao, Zhang Geng-lin
2015, 35(2): 243-248.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2015)02-0243-06
[Abstract](1508) PDF(151)
Numerical simulation on penetration of concrete target by shaped charge jet with SPH method
Qiang Hongfu, Fan Shujia, Chen Fuzhen, Liu Hu
2016, 36(4): 516-524.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2016)04-0516-09
[Abstract](1294) [FullText HTML](579) PDF(579)
Interface treating methods for the gas-water multi-phase flows
Xu Shuang, Zhao Ning, Wang Chun-wu, Wang Dong-hong
2015, 35(3): 326-334.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455-(2015)03-0326-09
[Abstract](1206) PDF(144)
Influence of void coalescence on spall evolution of ductile polycrystalline metal under dynamic loading
Zhang Fengguo, Zhou Hongqiang, Hu Xiaomian, Wang Pei, Shao Jianli, Feng Qijing
2016, 36(5): 596-602.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2016)05-0596-07
[Abstract](1246) [FullText HTML](628) PDF(628)
Anti-blast analysis of graded cellular sacrificial cladding
Zhengyu Cai, Yuanyuan Ding, Shilong Wang, Zhijun Zheng, Jilin Yu
2017, 37(3): 396-404.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2017)03-0396-09
[Abstract](1953) [FullText HTML](1555) PDF(1555)
Impact analysis of shock environment from floating shock platform on equipment response
Wang Jun, Yao Xiong-liang, Yang Di
2015, 35(2): 236-242.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2015)02-0236-07
[Abstract](1224) PDF(156)
Simulation of free surface particle velocity of flyer under the strong detonation drive
Yuan Shuai, Wen Shang-gang, Li Ping, Dong Yu-bin
2015, 35(2): 197-202.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2015)02-0197-06
[Abstract](1340) PDF(155)
Simulation on dynamic pressure of premixed methane/air explosion in open-end pipes
Hong Yidu, Lin Baiquan, Zhu Chuanjie
2016, 36(2): 198-209.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2016)02-0198-12
[Abstract](1354) [FullText HTML](619) PDF(619)
Research advances of safety assessment of bridges under blast load
Zhang Yu, Li Guoqiang, Chen Kepeng, Chen Airong
2016, 36(1): 135-144.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2016)01-0135-10
[Abstract](1754) [FullText HTML](940) PDF(940)
A study of vorticity characteristics of shock-flame interaction
Zhu Yue-jin, Dong Gang
2015, 35(6): 839-845.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2015)06-0839-07
[Abstract](1025) PDF(146)
Numerical simulation on mechanism of fractured rock burst in deep underground tunnels
Zhao Hong-liang, Zhou You-he
2015, 35(3): 343-349.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455-(2015)03-0343-07
[Abstract](1103) PDF(135)
Application of SPH in stress wave simulation
Sun Xiaowang, Zhang Jie, Wang Xiaojun, Li Yongchi, Zhao Kai
2017, 37(1): 21-26.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2017)01-0010-05
[Abstract](1182) [FullText HTML](293) PDF(293)
Compressive deformation behaviors of beryllium
Xiao Dawu, Qiu Zhicong, Wu Xiangchao, He Lifeng
2016, 36(2): 285-288.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2016)02-0285-04
[Abstract](1412) [FullText HTML](591) PDF(591)
Numerical simulation on pin-point blasting of sloping surface
Huang Yong-hui, Liu Dian-shu, Li Sheng-lin, Li Xiang-long, Wang Jia-lei
2014, 34(4): 495-500.   doi: 10.11883/1001-1455(2014)04-0495-06
[Abstract](1280) PDF(144)