Experimental study on the penetration effect of ceramics composite projectile on ceramic / A3 steel compound targets

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In order to improve the penetration of projectiles into ceramic composite armors, the nose of 30 mm standard projectile was replaced by a toughened ceramic nose, and the performance of ceramic-nose projectiles penetrating into ceramic/A3 steel composite targets has been experimentally researched. According to impact dynamics theory, the performances of 30 mm ceramic-nose projectile and 30 mm standard projectile penetrating into the ceramic/A3 steel composite targets were analyzed and compared using DOP method, especially focusing on the effects made by different nose structures and materials. The aperture and depth of perforation of projectile into the armor plates as well as the residual mass of bullet core under the same conditions were comparatively analyzed. A numerical simulation was built and computed by ANSYS/LS-DYNA. Based on the simulated results, the penetration performance was further analyzed in terms of the residual mass of bullet core. The results show that the ceramic nose has a great effect on the protection of bullet core.

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Hu, D. qi, Wang, J. ru, Yin, L. kui, Chen, Z. gang, Yi, R. cheng, & Lu, C. hua. (2017). Experimental study on the penetration effect of ceramics composite projectile on ceramic / A3 steel compound targets. Defence Technology, 13(4), 281–287. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.dt.2017.05.011

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