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Johnson Holmquist Equation of State



In solid mechanics, the Johnson-Holmquist Equation of state is used to model the behaviour of ceramics. What makes ceramics unique is that the have high compressive strength but low tensile strength. As such they are comparatively better than metals on the basis of weight.[1]

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Johnson-Holmquist Equation of State

Implementation in LS-DYNA

The Johnson-Holmquist Equation of State is implemented in LS-DYNA as * MAT_JOHNSON_HOLMQUIST_CERAMICS

References

  • ^ 1.Walker, James D. “Turning Bullets into Baseballs” SwRI Technology Today, Spring 1998
 
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