Bibliography: pages 68-69. / This work describes what is primarily an investigation into methods for estimating the maximum permanent deformation of a circular cylindrical shell subjected to internal explosive loadings. A complete rigid-plastic analysis of the transient response is performed. Subsequently the effects of material properties are included. Finally the theoretical predictions are compared with the experimental results obtained from a series of tests on aluminium shell specimens.
|Upsher, Stanley Minnaar
|Martin, J B
|University of Cape Town, Faculty of Engineering and the Built Environment, Department of Civil Engineering
|South African National ETD Portal
|Master Thesis, Masters, MSc (Eng)
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