This volume collects 60 papers from the March 2007 Second International Symposium on Explosion, Shock Wave and Hypervelocity
Phenomena in Materials, organized by the Kumamoto University's (Japan) Shock Wave and Condensed Matter Research Center, 21st Century COE Program on Pulsed Power Science, and Faculty of Engineering in cooperation with Japan Explosive Society's Technical Section of Explosion and Impulsive Processing and the Japan Society for Technology of Plasticity's Committee of the High-Energy-Rate Forming.
But unlike the army's howitzer-adapted Hypervelocity
Projectile, firing a railgun of this magnitude requires nothing less than a (http://www.
When you think about directed energy weapons, potentially powdered cannons with hypervelocity
rounds and a variety of others, where you can mass a defense against an incoming threat, whether it is [a] cruise missile or ballistic missile.
Sponsored by ARPA and the Army, this program aimed at producing "a small and lightweight, spin stabilized, optically guided interceptor that achieves hypervelocity
direct impact kill of reentry vehicles in the exoatmosphere.
On 6 August 2002, a ballistic test firing of Raytheon's Hypervelocity
Anti-Tank Missile (Hatm) took place in Norway.
Space weapons such as hypervelocity
rods for striking terrestrial targets and space-based lasers (SBL) are unlikely to be available before 2025.
The network selects one of these vehicles for the shot, and moments later a hypervelocity
missile roars out of one of the canisters.
A 42-kJ HPG has been used to power a mechanical impact test system for projectiles prior to launch at a hypervelocity
test range at Arnold Engineering Development Test Center at the Arnold Air Force Base in Tennessee .
Researchers at Sandia National Laboratories, Albuquerque, NM, used a software object manager to simulate hypervelocity
projectiles striking a solid surface in a project funded by the Defense Research Projects Agency, Washington, DC.
Tender issueThe objectives of this study is to numerically characterize the debris cloud distribution that results from orbital hypervelocity
collision of a satellite with a secondary object of various sizes up to a complete satellite.