By Roy Laible
Ballistic fabrics and Penetration Mechanics offers with ballistically protecting fabrics and penetration mechanics. The ebook discusses ancient and sensible issues of ballistic security, together with metal armor, in addition to ballistic trying out method, the facility of a protecting fabric to prevent or decelerate a selected projectile, and the theoretical points of penetration mechanics. It additionally highlights the significance of rigidity wave research within the penetration and spalling phenomena.
Organized into 12 chapters, this quantity starts with an outline of the historical past of the armor and the fashionable helmet. It proceeds with a dialogue of diversifications in ballistic try out tools, mistakes in try tools, and the significance of the hardness and geometry of either the objective and the projectile. the following chapters concentrate on the significance of fibrous armor, fabrics which are visually obvious and proof against penetration by way of high-energy projectiles and fragments, and obvious armor and ceramic composite armor. The reader is additionally brought to fabrics utilized in the layout of steel armor, the position of tension waves within the penetration challenge, and using computing device simulation to investigate ballistic impression experiments. The ebook seems to be at numerical suggestions for modeling hypervelocity impression and concludes with a bankruptcy at the penetration mechanics of fabric constructions.
This ebook is a worthwhile source for scientists operating at executive, commercial, and collage laboratories, in addition to legislations enforcement officials and others who wish info on fabrics that supply the easiest safety opposed to harm from affects, explosions, and bullets.
Read Online or Download Ballistic materials and penetration mechanics PDF
Similar military technology books
Heinkel He 112 observed in basic terms restricted motion with the Luftwaffe. utilized by the Condor Legion through the Spanish Civil struggle. Went directly to see provider with the Spanish, Rumanian, Hungarian & jap AFs. Over a hundred pictures, thirteen colour work, quite a few line drawings, 50 pages.
Alter a cordless or mobile cell phone, voters band radio, instant intercom or toy walkie-talkie to detonate explosives with the data during this handbook. building and deployment of RC detonation apparatus with out use of distinctive instruments or subtle electronics abilities is feasible. this is how it truly is performed.
Northrop F-89 Scorpion (Aerofax Datagraph eight)
First released in 1930, this can be a choice of essays via the famous classical pupil W. W. Tarn, initially added as Lees Knowles Lectures in army background at Trinity collage, Cambridge. Tarn attracts on a variety of resources to track the background and improvement of conflict within the Hellenistic interval, with specific emphasis on army approach less than Alexander the nice.
- P-38 Lightning (Part 1)
- P-51 Mustang in detail & scale, Part 1: Prototype through P-51C - D&S Vol. 50
- The Heirs of Archimedes: Science and the Art of War through the Age of Enlightenment (Dibner Institute Studies in the History of Science and Technology)
- Forces of the Swedish crown, 1688-1721
- Boeing B-52 Stratofortress
Extra resources for Ballistic materials and penetration mechanics
High explosive (HE) shell fragments, antipersonnel mines, grenades, etc. ; recovered fragments from HE ammunition which are launched singly in a sabot or carrier from a rifled gun ; armor or other nonmunition material, such as fragments generated by an explosion or by ballistic impact ; and kinetic energy steel projectiles having a known geometrical shape and hardness, such as fragment simulating projectiles, spheres, cubes, parallelepipeds, hemispherical nose type missiles, yaw dart missiles, etc.
Yorkshire, England, 1973. V. Norman and D. Pottinger, A History of War and Weapons 449 to 1660, Crowell, NY, 1966. B. Grohskopf, The Treasure of Sutton Hoo Ship, Atheneum Press, NY, 1973. J. Ffoulkes, Arms and Armor, British, Edgwore Middlesex, England, 1967. F. Grose, A Treatise on Ancient Armour and Weapons, High Holborn, London, 1786. C. , NY, 1959. J. Prawer, The World of the Crusaders, Quadrangle Books, NY, 1972. J. , London, 1894. L. P. , NY, 1965. O. Zholondkovskiy, Tekh. Molodezhi, 11 (1969) 1.
Fenter, Ceramic Composite Armor, Kirk-Othmer Encycl. Chem. , 1971, p. 138. H. Vanderbie, Clothing Series Rept. No. 2, US Army Natick R and D Command, Natick, MA, 1957. B. J. Gailus, Final Report on QMC 3 0 - F , Vol. , Monsanto Chem. , Contract No. 3 0 - F , US Army Natick R and D Command, Natick, MA, 1946. R. Cooke, US P a t . 3,509,833, 1970. L. R. Barron, P l a s t i c - C e r a m i c Composite Armor for Vietnam, Proc. of 23rd Annual Tech. Conf. , Soc. Plast. , Washington, DC, 1968, Sec. 3A, p.
Ballistic materials and penetration mechanics by Roy Laible