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The Armor Ceramics Symposium offers an annual discussion board for the presentation and dialogue of unclassified details and concepts bearing on the improvement and incorporation of ceramic fabrics for armor functions. This number of articles from the 7th version of this symposium inquisitive about impression, Penetration and fabric Modeling, fabric suggestions, methods and Characterization, the appliance of NDE, and obvious Armor.
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Since this process is expected to be sensitive to stochastic variations in experimental ballistic, target, and materials, it is suggested that the two apparent dweWpenetration transitions are simply indicative of a wide transition region. Further P Advances in Ceramic Armor V . 51 Ballistic Impact Damage Observations in a Hot-Pressed Boron Carbide Axial Cracks (b) Figure 7. (a) Negative-image optical micrograph of the polished cross-section of the impact cone region clearly showing different damage features and displaced material.
Time t for different initial porosities. Steel vs. A1203, V,= 1400 ds. E d 400 600 800 1000 v,,d s 1200 1400 Figure 6 . Penetration depth P vs. impact velocity V,. Steel vs. A1203. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS This work was partly supported by the TARDEC contract N62558-05-P-0330. The authors would like to acknowledge the initial impetus and continued interest in this work from William Gooch from the U S . Army Research Laboratory. Advances in Ceramic Armor V . 37 Rheology of Powder and Porous Media in Modeling of Penetration into Porous Ceramic REFERENCES 'G.
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