Comparison of Failure Mechanisms Due to Shock Propagation in Forged, Layered, and Additive Manufactured Titanium Alloy
Dynamic Behavior of Materials
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The objective of this paper is to propose experimental techniques for studying the behavior of titanium alloy, Ti-6Al-4 V (Grade 5), under shock loading. Single-layer and multi-layered stacks of forged titanium, and additive manufactured (AM) titanium plates were considered. In these experiments, target materials were subjected to ballistic impact using a two-stage light gas gun. A Photonic Doppler Velocimetry (PDV) diagnostics system was used to measure free-surface velocity on the back of each target. The experimental measurements were used to describe the behavior of these materials under shock loading. In addition to velocity measurements, physical damage and spall crack formation were monitored.
OToole, B. J.,
Trabia, M. B.,
Comparison of Failure Mechanisms Due to Shock Propagation in Forged, Layered, and Additive Manufactured Titanium Alloy.
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