Faculty of Science and Technology, Science University of Tokyo, Yamazaki, Noda,
Institute of Interdisciplinary Research, Faculty of Engineering, University of Tokyo, Tokyo,
Japan Atomic Energy Institute, Takasaki Radiation Chemistry Establishment, Watanukicho, Takasaki,
Fundamental Research Laboratories, Nippon Steel Corp., Kawasaki,
Pages: 12 Published: Jan 1985
First, the one-bar method developed by the present authors for the characterization of materials in high-velocity uniaxial tension up to breaking is stated. Second, the results of high-velocity tension ranging up to 1.4 × 103 s−1 on a dual-phase steel (shown in Table 1), pure iron A and B (shown in Table 2), and carbon/glass hybrid composites (shown in Table 3) are stated, comparing with the data of static tension. The dualphase steel shows the tendency of high-velocity ductility, differing from the pure irons. Three types of carbon fiber/glass fiber hybrid composites tested show the tendencies of high-velocity ductility with varying increasing rate according to the hybrid ratio, in contrast to the fact that carbon fiber reinforced plastic is strain-rate insensitive or high-velocity brittle.
high-velocity tension, impact, high-velocity ductility, high-velocity brittleness, dual-phase steel, pure iron, hybrid composite, test method, evaluation
Paper ID: STP32822S