Paper Title:
Simulation of the Impact Behaviour of Diffusion-Bonded and Adhered Perforated Hollow Sphere Structures (PHSS)
  Abstract

This paper investigates the mechanical properties of a new type of hollow sphere structure. For this new type, the sphere shell is perforated by several holes in order to open up the inner sphere volume and surface. The mechanical behaviour of perforated sphere structures under large deformations and strains in a primitive cubic arrangement is numerically evaluated by using the finite element method for different hole diameters and different joining techniques.

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Periodical
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David J. Fisher
Pages
27-38
DOI
10.4028/www.scientific.net/DDF.294.27
Citation
F. Ferrano, M. Speich, W. Rimkus, M. Merkel, A. Öchsner, "Simulation of the Impact Behaviour of Diffusion-Bonded and Adhered Perforated Hollow Sphere Structures (PHSS) ", Defect and Diffusion Forum, Vol. 294, pp. 27-38, 2009
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December 2009
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