Cobra: Tank Killer Supreme by Mike Verier

By Mike Verier

Osprey-Aerospace-ColourSeries- Cobra-Tank Killer ideal КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Автор:Mike Verier Название: Cobra-Tank Killer splendid Издательство: Osprey PublishingГод: 1989 Формат:pdf,rar+3%Размер: 36.2Mb Язык: английскийСтраниц:129*20

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2-cm-diameter charge boosted by a Baratol lens. This geometry is two-dimensional, and for most high-performance explosives, the twodimensional effects lower the extrapolated pressure into the 4- to 10- cm thickness range where most plane-wave experiments are performed. As is shown later in this chapter, the pressure of interest in comparison with detonation calculations is the effective C-J pressure for the geometry and booster system being considered, not the infinite-medium C-J pressure. The equation-of-state calibration performed using Deal’s effective C-J pressures determines the range of experimental geometries for which one can expect the equation of state to be realistic.

This problem is discussed in more detail in the section on carbon condensation. The Becker-Kistiakowsky-Wilson (BKW) equation of state is based upon a repulsive potential applied to the virial equation of state. 5 where xi and ki are the mole fractions and covolumes of the detonation products and κ and β are equation of state constants. In a parameter study of the BKW equation of state one may adjust κ to give the experimental detonation velocity for a single explosive at a single density. One may change the slope of the detonation velocity-density curve by changing β.

Ref. BKW BKW RDX Param. TNT Param. 46 chapter two: Performance of Explosives and Propellants C-J Param. BKW BKW RDX Param. TNT Param. Expt’l. Ref. 0 35 C-J Param. Expt’l. Ref. BKW BKW RDX Param. TNT Param. 85 © 2008 by Taylor & Francis Group, LLC chapter two: Performance of Explosives and Propellants C-J Param. Expt’l. Ref. BKW BKW RDX Param. TNT Param. 32 37 C-J Param. Expt’l. Ref. BKW BKW RDX Param. TNT Param. 83 C-J Param. Expt’l. Ref. BKW BKW RDX Param. TNT Param. 1 Steady State Detonations Explosive 39 C-J Param.

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