2 edition of Advances in hypervelocity techniques found in the catalog.
Advances in hypervelocity techniques
Symposium on Hypervelocity Techniques (2nd 1962 Denver)
|Statement||Edited by Arthur M. Krill. Sponsored by University of Denver, Denver Research Institute, 20 and 21 March 1962.|
|Contributions||Krill, Arthur M.|
|LC Classifications||TL567.W5 S9 1962, TL567.W5 S9 1962|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 795 p.|
|Number of Pages||795|
|LC Control Number||62003095|
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Hypervelocity is very high velocity, approximately over 3, meters per second (6, mph, 11, km/h, 10, ft/s, or Mach ). In particular, hypervelocity is velocity so high that the strength of materials upon impact is very small compared to inertial stresses.
Thus, metals and fluids behave alike under hypervelocity impact. Extreme hypervelocity results in vaporization of. NASA Contractor Report Hypervelocity Impact Physics Willam P.
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will be reviewed and discussed with respect to their projectile mass and velocity ranges and their applicability for the experimental simulation of hypervelocity by: The Hypervelocity Projectile (HVP) is a next-generation, common, low drag, guided projectile capable of executing multiple missions for a number of gun systems.
As a key industry partner to the U.S. Department of Defense, BAE Systems is developing an HVP for the U.S. Armed Forces and its allies. This projectile will provide lethality and. The most probable impact velocities are in the range from 0 to 15 km/s for space debris, and between 5 km/s and 30 km/s for meteoroids (denoted as hypervelocity impacts or HVI).
At such speeds, the impact of an aluminum sphere of 1 cm diameter deploys the same energy as an exploding hand-grenade, with equally devastating consequences, unless Cited by: 1.
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Planets Could Travel Along with Rogue ‘Hypervelocity’ Stars, Spreading Life Throughout the Universe Back inastronomer Jack Hills predicted a type of “rogue”star might exist that is. The capacity for measuring hypervelocity impacts in a controlled environment allows Sandia scientists to measure relevant material properties to calibrate codes such as CTH.
Bracing for comet shock We now know that its craters formed by hypervelocity impacts of asteroids and comets, and that the dark maria are vast lava plains.
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A hypervelocity projectile for multiple systems will allow for future technology growth while reducing development, production, and total ownership costs. Research Challenges & Opportunities [include]. A very simple outline of the engineering theory for the implementation of hypervelocity oxygen fuel (HVOF) and hypervelocity air fuel (HVAF) processes is presented.
Several calculations show that a condition can be reached where the impact energy of these processes can be optimized to produce a new class of coatings termed “hypervelocity impact Cited by:.
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