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By Mark Foster, Paul Moy, Randy Mrozek, Joe Lenhart (auth.), Tom Proulx (eds.)

Dynamic habit of fabrics represents one in all 8 volumes of technical papers offered on the Society for Experimental Mechanics Annual convention & Exposition on Experimental and utilized Mechanics, held at Uncasville, Connecticut, June 13-16, 2011. the complete set of complaints additionally comprises volumes on Mechanics of organic structures and fabrics, Mechanics of Time-Dependent fabrics and tactics in traditional and Multifunctional fabrics, MEMS and Nanotechnology; Optical Measurements, Modeling and, Metrology; Experimental and utilized Mechanics, Thermomechanics and Infra-Red Imaging, and Engineering functions of Residual Stress.

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A. Reed, T. S. fr ABSTRACT. The paper presents an experimental method used to investigate the shear behaviour of concrete and rock-like materials in quasi-static and dynamic loading. This method is based on the use of PunchThrough Shear (PTS) specimen and a passive confining cell. PTS sample is a short cylinder in which two cylindrical notches are performed. The displacement of the central zone beside the peripheral zone produces a shear fracture in the ligament. Metallic (steel or aluminium) confining ring allows inducing a confining pressure in the fractured zone due to the dilating behaviour of concrete under shear deformation.

Figure 12: Alcatraz concrete tensile strength versus loading stress rate 24 Ultra-high performance concrete The tensile strength results for the Ultra-High Performance (UHP) concrete, tested at the three loading rates in diametric compression, are shown in figure 13. The UHP concrete was substantially stronger than the other concretes tested, with tensile fracture strengths similar to that of the granite. 5MPa at the high rate. Thus, similar to the granite, the increase in tensile strength with loading rate was more pronounced for the low to intermediate loading rate.

2011 43 44 testing materials such as metals as they have high impedance values. However, soft materials like foams and hydrogels have very low impedance values which resist the use of SHPB. The main disadvantage for dynamic testing of soft materials using SHPB arises in capturing the transmitted pulse. Soft materials such as hydrogels have extremely low impedance values, which transmits a very low magnitude pulse into the transmission bar. This makes it very hard to capture the transmitted pulse.

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