Beam attack | Article about beam attack by The Free Dictionary
beam attack[′bēm ə′tak]
An attack directed against the side of an aircraft, a tank, or a ship.
An attack by an interceptor aircraft attack, which terminates with a heading crossing angle greater than 45° but less than 135°.
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Laser beam attacks
against the rail network are also a concern, with 578 incidents reported by the British Transport Police between April 2011 and last November.
During machining, the laser beam attacks
the upper parts of the spheres and these surfaces rapidly arrive to the melting temperature.