A comprehensive approach to the study of physical and mechanical properties of composite materials developed under intensive dynamic loading on the basis of experimental and mathematical modeling of shock-wave processes. The high killability impactor composition of tungsten-nickel-iron produced by SHS containing 70 weight percent tungsten, the interaction of aluminum with spaced obstacles. At a relatively low average density (11.8 g / cm3), varying the parameters of hardness and ductility of the material leads to an increase in the total depth of penetration of spaced obstacles. The results of numerical simulation of the interaction of an alloy of a residence permit drummer-80 with aluminum sandwich exploded barrier under conditions similar to those of the experiment. Processes described in stages of deformation and fracture of the three-layer barrier and spaced spherical impactor with the interaction of the first and second plates and the third plate penetration, when the hammer is on the stage prefracture or partially destroyed.