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International Journal of Information Technology and Computer Science(IJITCS)

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IJITCS Vol.3, No.2, Mar. 2011

Study on the Impact Breakup Model of the Space Target Based on the Thin Plate

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Author(s)

Weijie Wang,Huairong Shen,Yiyong Li

Index Terms

Space Target; Thin Plate; Impact Breakup model; Strain Rate; Projectile

Abstract

In the paper, an engineering model for the im-pact breakup of the space target is studied based on the thin plate. The average fragment size model for the impact breakup of the thin plate is established depending on the strain rate, according as Poisson statistic fragments are discrete and distribution model is figured out. On the foundation of the constitution analysis for the target and projectile, the target equivalent model based on the thin plate is established, and projectile equivalent model is also given. The length and velocity degraded model are set up against the cylindrical projectile. The simulation case is analyzed and the result indicates that the paper model is effective, flexible and has important engineering reference value.

Cite This Paper

Weijie Wang, Huairong Shen, Yiyong Li, "Study on the Impact Breakup Model of the Space Target Based on the Thin Plat", International Journal of Information Technology and Computer Science(IJITCS), vol.3, no.2, pp.46-52, 2011. DOI: 10.5815/ijitcs.2011.02.07

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