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Simulation of the ballistic perforation of

aluminum plates with Abaqus/Explicit


Abaqus Technology Brief
Summary

Key Abaqus/Explicit Features and Benefits

Background

Mie-Grneisen equation of state to model materials at high pressure


Johnson-Cook plasticity model that accounts for
strain rate, thermal effects and compressibility
Johnson-Cook dynamic failure model within the
Abaqus ductile damage initiation criterion for
metals
Progressive damage framework

Analysis Approach

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Mesh details

Constitutive model

c0

n
melt

transition

m
C

A B

Table 1: Input parameters for the Mie-Grneisen EOS model, [4, 5]


c0 ,

0 ,

Table 2: Input parameters for the Johnson-Cook plasticity model, [5, 6, 7]


A,

B,

melt

transition,

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Results
Normal Impact

Failure model

Oblique Impact

Initial and Boundary Conditions

Table 3: Calibrated input parameters for the Johnson-Cook plasticity model


A,

B,

transition,

melt

Table 4: Input parameters for the Johnson-Cook dynamic failure model, [5, 6, 7]

d1

d2

d3

d4

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d5

Conclusions

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References

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