Mechanics of dynamic penetration into soil medium

@article{Bivin2010MechanicsOD,
  title={Mechanics of dynamic penetration into soil medium},
  author={Yu. K. Bivin and Iurii Simonov},
  journal={Mechanics of Solids},
  year={2010},
  volume={45},
  pages={892-920}
}
This paper presents a survey of the results of experimental and theoretical studies in the field of high-speed penetration into soil media, which were obtained in the Institute for Problems in Mechanics, Russian Academy of Sciences. New methods for determining the dynamic parameters of such media are proposed. The laws of trajectory refraction and ricochet in oblique penetration of a single body or a group of bodies into an elastoplastic medium are studies and the phenomenon of partial ricochet… 
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