For the design of composite and reinforced materials, a technique for solving dynamic contact problems in more precise an elastic-plastic mathematical formulation is used. To consider the physical nonlinearity of the deformation process, the method of successive approximations is used, which makes it possible to reduce the nonlinear problem to a solution of the sequences of linear problems. In contrast to the traditional plane strain, when one normal stress is equal to a certain constant value, for a more accurate description of the deformation of the sample, taking into account the possible increase in longitudinal elongation, we present this normal stress as a function that depends on the parameters that describe the bending of a prismatic body that is in a plain strain state. The problems of a plane strain and stress states of a beam made from the composite reinforced double-layer material is being solved. The reinforced or armed material consists of two layers: the upper (first) thin layer of solid steel and the lower (second) main layer of glass. Glass is a non-crystalline, often transparent amorphous solid that has widespread practical and technological use in the modern industry. Glass has high strength and is not affected by the processes of aging of the material, corrosion, and creep. In addition, this material is cheap and widely available. Glass can be strengthened, for example, in a melt quenching process. The reinforced composite beam is rigidly linked to an absolutely solid base and on which an absolutely solid impactor acts from above in the centre on a small area of initial contact.
Keywords : Plane, strain, stress, state, impact, composite, armed, reinforced, material, elastic-plastic, deformation.