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Special features of high-speed interaction of supercavitating solids in water A. N. Ishchenko, R. N. Akinshin, S. A. Afanaseva [et.al.]

Contributor(s): Ishchenko, Aleksandr N | Afanaseva, Svetlana A | Borisenkov, Igor L | Burkin, Viktor V | Diachkovskii, Alexei S | Korolkov, Leonid V | Moiseev, Dmitrii M | Khabibullin, Marat V | Akinshin, Ruslan NMaterial type: ArticleArticleSubject(s): суперкавитирующие тела | твердые тела | вода | высокоскоростное взаимодействиеGenre/Form: статьи в журналах Online resources: Click here to access online In: AIP Conference Proceedings Vol. 1698. P. 040010-1-040010-7Abstract: Special features of material behavior of a supercavitating projectile are investigated at various initial velocities of entering water on the basis of the developed stress-strain state model with possibility of destruction of solids when moving in water and interacting with various underwater barriers with the use of consistent methodological approach of mechanics of continuous media. The calculation-experimental method was used to study the modes of motion of supercavitating projectiles at sub- and supersonic velocities in water medium after acceleration in the barrelled accelerator, as well as their interaction with barriers. Issues of stabilization of the supercavitating projectile on the initial flight path in water were studied. Microphotographs of state of solids made of various materials, before and after interaction with water, at subsonic and supersonic velocities were presented. Supersonic velocity of the supercavitating projectile motion in water of 1590 m/s was recorded.
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Special features of material behavior of a supercavitating projectile are investigated at various initial velocities of entering water on the basis of the developed stress-strain state model with possibility of destruction of solids when moving in water and interacting with various underwater barriers with the use of consistent methodological approach of mechanics of continuous media. The calculation-experimental method was used to study the modes of motion of supercavitating projectiles at sub- and supersonic velocities in water medium after acceleration in the barrelled accelerator, as well as their interaction with barriers. Issues of stabilization of the supercavitating projectile on the initial flight path in water were studied. Microphotographs of state of solids made of various materials, before and after interaction with water, at subsonic and supersonic velocities were presented. Supersonic velocity of the supercavitating projectile motion in water of 1590 m/s was recorded.

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