Laible penetration mechanics
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Ballistic Materials and Penetration Mechanics - 1st Edition
Ballistic Materials and Penetration Mechanics. Front Cover. Roy C. Laible. Elsevier Scientific Publishing Company, Jan 1, - TECHNOLOGY.
Ballistic materials and penetration mechanics
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Description:The reader is also introduced to materials used in the design of metallic armor, the role of stress waves in the penetration problem, and the use of computer simulation to analyze ballistic impact experiments. Description Ballistic Materials and Penetration Mechanics deals with ballistically protective materials and penetration mechanics. The next chapters focus on the importance of fibrous armor, materials that are visually transparent and resistant to penetration by high-energy projectiles and fragments, and transparent armor and ceramic composite armor. Personal information is secured with SSL technology. The book discusses historical and practical considerations of ballistic protection, including metallic armor, as well as ballistic testing methodology, the ability of a protective material to stop or slow down a particular projectile, and the theoretical aspects of penetration mechanics. The book looks at numerical techniques for modeling hypervelocity impact and concludes with a chapter on the penetration mechanics of textile structures. Organized into 12 chapters, this volume begins with an overview of the history of the armor and the modern helmet.