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The MZ fragment size distribution will be analyzed to obtain estimates of M Z microcrack numbers and sizes. e.. shear strength as a function of pressure. These data will be used to develop a computational model of rod penetration into glass. The framework of this fracture-physics-basedmodel is presented in a paper which f o l l o ~ s ’ ~ . A 0 PRESSURE Figure 12. Strength of intact and comminuted glass and the stress path experienced by glass during penetration. SUMMARY Post-test examination of glass targets partially penetrated by a projectile rod suggests that target material in advance of the projectile is densely fractured into micron-sized fragments, which are extruded into more coarsely cracked target material around the projectile.
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