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High-speed impact of the metal projectile on the barrier containing porous corundum-based ceramics with chemically active filler A. N. Ishchenko, S. A. Afanaseva, N. N. Belov [et.al.]

Contributor(s): Ishchenko, Aleksandr N | Belov, Nikolai N | Blinov, Vasiliy I | Burkin, Vladimir V | Korolkov, Leonid V | Rogaev, Konstantin S | Khabibullin, Marat V | Yugov, Nikolai T | Afanaseva, Svetlana AMaterial type: ArticleArticleSubject(s): керамика | высокоскоростное взаимодействие | корундGenre/Form: статьи в журналах Online resources: Click here to access online In: AIP Conference Proceedings Vol. 1698. P. 040009-1-040009-8Abstract: The paper presents a calculation-experimental study on high-speed interaction of the metal projectile with a combined barrier made of porous corundum-based ceramics filled with chemically active composition (sulfur, nitrate of potash) in the wide range of speeds. A mathematical behavior model of porous corundum-based ceramics with chemically active filler is developed within the scope of mechanics of continuous media taking into account the energy embedding from a possible chemical reaction between a projectile metal and filler at high-speed impact. Essential embedding of inlet heat is not observed in the considered range of impact speeds (2.5 … 8 km/s).
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The paper presents a calculation-experimental study on high-speed interaction of the metal projectile with a combined barrier made of porous corundum-based ceramics filled with chemically active composition (sulfur, nitrate of potash) in the wide range of speeds. A mathematical behavior model of porous corundum-based ceramics with chemically active filler is developed within the scope of mechanics of continuous media taking into account the energy embedding from a possible chemical reaction between a projectile metal and filler at high-speed impact. Essential embedding of inlet heat is not observed in the considered range of impact speeds (2.5 … 8 km/s).

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