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Study of Multi Perforated Propellant Performance Analysis and Design using Configuration Variables
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 Title & Authors
Study of Multi Perforated Propellant Performance Analysis and Design using Configuration Variables
Oh, Seok-Hwan; Jang, Jin-sung; Park, Min-Su; Roh, Tae-Seong;
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 Abstract
Internal ballistics is a phenomenon happened in tens of milliseconds during the gun firing. The configuration variables of the solid propellant are important factors which have influences on the performance of the gun system. In this study, the performance analysis of the 7-perforated propellant has been conducted using the numerical program for the interior ballistics. The effect of the configuration variables on the gun system performance has been analyzed. The propellant design has been conducted for the satisfaction of the performance requirements. As results, the relationship between the configuration variables and the performance has been obtained and the basic design concept of the multi-perforated propellant has been provided.
 Keywords
Interior Ballistic;7-perforated Propellant;Web Size;Configuration Variables;
 Language
Korean
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