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Shaped Charge Penetrating Two Plates

Shaped Charge Penetrating Two Plates

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When a metal cone is explosively collapsed onto its axis, a high-velocity rod of molten metal, the jet, is ejected out of the open end of the cone. The cone is called a liner and is typically made of copper. The jet has a mass approximately 20 percent of the cone mass, and elongates rapidly due to its high velocity gradient. This molten rod is followed by the rest of the mass of the collapsed cone, the slug. Typical shaped charges have liner slope angles of less than 42 degrees ensuring the development of a jet; with jet velocities ranging from 3000 to 8000 m/s.
When a metal cone is explosively collapsed onto its axis, a high-velocity rod of molten metal, the jet, is ejected out of the open end of the cone. The cone is called a liner and is typically made of copper. The jet has a mass approximately 20 percent of the cone mass, and elongates rapidly due to its high velocity gradient. This molten rod is followed by the rest of the mass of the collapsed cone, the slug. Typical shaped charges have liner slope angles of less than 42 degrees ensuring the development of a jet; with jet velocities ranging from 3000 to 8000 m/s.

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chapter 41: Shaped Charge Penetrating Two Plates
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CHAPTER 41
Shaped Charge Penetrating TwoPlates
Summary
TitleChapter 41: Shaped Charge Penetrating TwoPlatesFeaturesWall Boundary of Euler MeshTransient Initial Condition of Euler RegionAxis-symmetric AnalysisStructural multi material with shear strength and voidGeometryMaterial propertiesExplosiveMilitary Compound B (See
EOSIG
in
 MD Nastran QRG
)CopperDensity = 8960 kg/m
3
Shear Modulus = 0.477E11 PaJohnson-Cook Yield ModelMinimum Pressure of Spallation = -2.5E10 PaSteelDensity = 7830 kg/m
3
Shear Modulus = 0.818E11 PaEquivalent Yield Stress = 1.4E9 PaMinimum Pressure of Spallation = -3.8E9 PaAnalysis characteristicsTransient explicit dynamic analysis (SOL 700)Boundary conditionsWall Boundary on the part of Explosive CaseElement typesEuler: 8-node solid element for explosive, void, steel, and copperFE results1.Snap Shots of Liner Collapse, Jet Formation and Plates Penetrated2.Velocity field of explosive gases, liner, and jet at 20
s
Steel PlatesVoidsCopper PlateExplosive
 
MD Demonstration ProblemsCHAPTER 41
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Introduction
Figure41-1 Model
When a metal cone is explosively collapsed onto its axis, a high-velocity rod of molten metal, the jet, is ejected out of the open end of the cone. The cone is called a liner and is typically made of copper. The jet has a mass approximately20 percent of the cone mass, and elongates rapidly due to its high velocity gradient. This molten rod is followed bythe rest of the mass of the collapsed cone, the slug. Typical shaped charges have liner slope angles of less than 42degrees ensuring the development of a jet; with jet velocities ranging from 3000 to 8000 m/s. A typical constructionof a shaped charge is shown inFigure41-2.
Figure41-2 Typical Construction of Shaped Charge

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