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Numerical Analysis of Temperature Distribution of the Explosive Material in the Double-Layer Liners
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Numerical Analysis of Temperature Distribution of the Explosive Material in the Double-Layer Liners
Mun, Sang Ho; Kim, See Jo; Lee, Chang Hee; Lee, Seong;
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 Abstract
The development of new concepts of liner is of great importance to effectively neutralize the enemy`s attack power concealed in the protective structure or armored vehicles. A double layer liner has a combination of two different materials, one for penetration of target and the other for explosion after penetration. Therefore, it is of great importance to understand the temperature distribution before impact which should be lower than the explosive temperature of pure explosive material of the liner used. In this study, two different liner materials were obtained using cold spray coating and these material properties were characterized by DSC experiments. Numerical computations were done and the effect of temperature distribution and changes over time at each point of the explosive material depending on the layer types of the liner were discussed and analysed in the jet state.
 Keywords
Double-Layer Liner;Explosive Material;Numerical Analysis;Temperature Distribution;
 Language
Korean
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