A study of the crack damage in fuel-filled tank walls due to ballistic penetrators by Steven Lock Fahrenkrog

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The University of Dayton Research Institute also performed several impact experiments on fuel tanks during the by:   S.L. FahrenkrogA Study of the Crack Damage in Fuel-filled Tank Walls Due to Ballistic Penetrators Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, California () Google ScholarCited by: 3. A Study of the Crack Damage in Fuel-Filled Tank Walls Due to Ballistic Penetrators for the accurate prediction of damage to the tank due to a ballistic projectile.

this study was to assess Author: Andrew Trotter. The 26th International Symposium on Ballistics books contain original research papers on all phases of ballistics, including how a variety of projectiles are launched, their explosive dynamics, and their impact and penetration effects on a wide range of engineered and natural materials.

Computer Studies of Aircraft Fuel Tank Response to Ballistic Penetrators. and the crack damage to the tank due to a ballistic projectile. This study compares the tank wall response. A kinetic energy rod warhead includes a projectile core in a hull including a plurality of individual uniquely shaped and densely packaged projectiles and an explosive charge in the hull about the core.

The individual projectiles are preferably aligned when the explosive charge deploys the projectiles. The projectiles may also be aimed in a specific direction. In particular, the penetration performance and enhanced damage effects of reactive material projectiles impacting aluminum plates [13,14,15], covered explosives, and fuel-filled tanks, as well as the interval rupturing damage effects of reactive-materials filled projectiles to multi-spaced aluminum plates.

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