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The understanding of hydrocodes requires knowledge of numerical methods in the code as well as a keen understanding of the physics of the problem being addressed. University of Sydney Library. Chapter 1 Dynamic Behavior of Materials and Structures.
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With access conditions at http: Includes bibliographical references and index. Be the first to add this to a list. A hydrocode refers to a computer program used for the study of the dynamic response of materials and structures to impulse primary blastimpact involving everything from car and aircraft collisions to impacts of space structures by assorted debris. Introduction to Hydrocodes Jonas A. Chapter 2 Wave Propagation and Impact. Upon initiation, a spherical wave propagates outward from the point of initiation.
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