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Indispensable treatise on the mechanics of extreme dynamic events, including impact, shocks, penetration and high-rate material response.
1. Introduction; 2. Conservation laws and the Hugoniot jump conditions; 3. The behavior of solids; 4. Mechanical waves, shocks, and rarefactions; 5. Elastic-plastic deformation and shocks; 6. The cavity expansion; 7. Penetration; 8. The Tate-Alekseevskii model; 9. The crater and ejecta; 10. The Walker-Anderson model; 11. Finite targets; 12. Nondeforming (rigid) impactors; 13. Yarns, fabrics, and fiber-based composites; 14. Rotation, stretch, and finite elasticity
James D. Walker is the Director and an acting Institute Scientist in the Engineering Dynamics Department in the Mechanical Engineering Division at the Southwest Research Institute in San Antonio, Texas, and has worked in impact mechanics for over 30 years. He received the ASME Holley Medal for exceptional engineering in the public good for his work in the space shuttle Columbia accident investigation. He is a Fellow of AIAA, ASME, and the International Ballistics Society.