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Studies of 21-6-9 stainless steel at various strain rates

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Stainless-steels are amongst the most useful engineering materials used today. In order to predict their behaviour in real life dynamic events experimental investigations must be conducted in simplified situations over a large range of strain-rates. The work presented is of a series of such experiments which were undertaken to determine the compressive and spall strength properties of one particular austenitic stainless steel from quasi-static to high strain-rates.

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