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High-pressure shock compression of solids II: dynamic fracture and fragmentation. (English) Zbl 0835.00007
High-Pressure Shock Compression of Condensed Matter. New York, NY: Springer-Verlag. xvi, 483 p. DM 228.00; öS 1664.40; sFr. 215.00 (1996).

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Kanel’, G. I.; Razorenov, S. V.; Utkin, A. V., Spallation in solids under shock-wave loading: Analysis of dynamic flow, methodology of measurements, and constitutive factors, 1-24 [Zbl 0844.73059]
Grady, D. E., Spall and fragmentation in high-temperature metals, 219-236 [Zbl 0862.73051]
Tonks, D. L., Disorder, percolation, and wave propagation effects in ductile fracture, 237-263 [Zbl 0867.73065]
Englman, R., Maximum entropy principles in fragmentation data analysis, 264-281 [Zbl 0866.73052]
Curran, D. R.; Seaman, L., Simplified models of fracture and fragmentation, 340-365 [Zbl 0861.73057]
Dienes, J. K., A unified theory of flow, hot spots, and fragmentation with an application to explosive sensitivity, 366-398 [Zbl 0845.73060]
Eftis, John, Constitutive modelling of spall fracture, 399-451 [Zbl 0865.73043]
Lewis, M. W.; Schreyer, H. L., A thermodynamically consistent description of dynamic continuum damage, 452-471 [Zbl 0866.73057]

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