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Y0 determined from the Borofloat experiments (38 MPa) was used for the soda-lime simulations. The numerical Advances in Ceramic Armor VIII · 27 Constitutive Characterization and Simulations of Penetration into Thick Glass Targets results are shown as the solid lines in Figs. 9 and 10. Agreement with the experimental data is quite good. 70-km/s impact, where the simulations overpredict the eroded length by approximately 2 mm. Again, parametric studies on the influence of the constitutive parameters for the glass were conducted.
The confinement pressure for each test is shown. Figure 4. Representative Starphire specimen following triaxial compression. The arrow highlights the primary shear failure plane. Confined sleeve experiments were also conducted on predamaged specimens; the specimens were subjected to a maximum of 7 load cycles. The results for a multi-load test (5 load cycles) are shown in Fig. 5, where the data are plotted in terms of equivalent stress versus hydrostatic pressure. Hoop strain was measured with a strain gage mounted on the exterior of the confining sleeve.
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