Bending of threaded and unthreaded tungsten rods under oblique impact

We employed ballistic experiments and finite element (FE) analysis to explore the extent to which. and the mechanism by which, the threading on a tungsten heavy alloy rod increases its susceptibility to break up under conditions of oblique impact. In the laboratory. small-scale rods with and without...

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Main Author: Raftenberg, Martin N. (Author)
Corporate Author: U.S. Army Research Laboratory.
Other Authors: Bjerke, Todd W.
Format: Book Electronic
Published:Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD : U.S. Army Research Laboratory, [2005]
Series:ARL-TR (Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md.) ; 3578.
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