Fracture of grooved kinetic energy rods subject to oblique impact /

Kinetic energy penetrators often possess buttress grooves that are used to aid in the launching process. The shock physics code CTH has been used to analyze the effect that these grooves have on tungsten heavy alloy rods during oblique impacts that create asymmetric loading conditions. To examine th...

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Main Author: Anderson, Robert L. (Author)
Corporate Author: U.S. Army Research Laboratory.
Format: Book Electronic
Published:Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD : Army Research Laboratory, [2006]
Series:ARL-TR (Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md.) ; 3923.
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