Accession Number:

ADA186635

Title:

The Shock and Vibration Bulletin. Part 4. Dynamic Properties of Materials, Applications of Materials, Shock and Blast, Fragments

Descriptive Note:

Corporate Author:

NAVAL RESEARCH LAB WASHINGTON DC SHOCK AND VIBRATION INFORMATION CENTER

Personal Author(s):

Report Date:

1980-09-01

Pagination or Media Count:

232.0

Abstract:

Contents Material Damping as a Means of Quantifying Fatigue Damage in Composites Sonic Fatigue Testing of The NASA L-1011 Composite Aileron Modeling a Temperature Sensitive Confined Cushioning System Preliminary Hardness Evaluation Procedure For Identifying Shock Isolation Requirements An Application of Tuned Mass Dampers to The Suppression of Severe Vibration in The Roof of an Aircraft Engine Test Cell Comparison of Analytical and Experimental Results For a Semi-Active Vibration Isolator An Experimental Investigation of Noise Attenuating Techniques For Space Shuttle Canisters Dynamic Integrity Methods Including Damping For Electronic Packages in Random Vibration Overview of Shock Analysis And Testing in The Federal Republic of Germany Conservatism in Shock Analysis And Testing Measurement of Dynamic Structural Characteristics of Massive Buildings by High-Level Multipulse Techniques Consideration of an Optimal Procedure For Testing The Operability of Equipment Under Seismic Disturbances Dynamic Loading of Metal Riveted Joints Generalized Graphical Solution For Estimating Recoilless Rifle Breech Blast Overpressures And Impulses Predicting The Motion of Flyer Plates Driven by Light-Initiated Explosive For Impulse Loading Experiments Scaling of Initiation of Explosives by Fragment Impact Equations For Determining Fragment Penetration And Perforation Against Metals Breaching of Structural Steel Plates Using Explosive Disks.

Subject Categories:

  • Mechanics

Distribution Statement:

APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE