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International Symposium on Explosion, Shock Wave and Hypervelocity Phenomena (2d: 2007: Kumanmoto, Japan) Ed.
According to Lalit Chhabildas, project manager for Sandia's hypervelocity gas gun research, results from the test firings are important tools for verifying shock physics codes.
Selected, peer reviewed papers from the 2nd International Symposium on Explosion, Shock Wave and Hypervelocity Phenomena (ESHP-2), 6-9 March 2007, Kumamoto, Japan
aspx) Hypervelocity Projectile , can reach Mach 3 or over 2,300 miles per hour when fired, faster than any round in service.
When detonated, this device transforms into a hypervelocity projectile capable of penetrating the side armor of a main battle tank.
These structures will be subjected to functional tests as well as specific hypervelocity impact tests and material demise wind tunnel tests to demonstrate the capabilities of the 3D printed structures.
The Pentagon is also pursuing rapid-fire, ground- and sea-based lasers, electromagnetic rail guns and hypervelocity projectiles to protect ships and other assets from saturation attacks.
James, who last lit the tower for Hypervelocity to celebrate the Tour de France, said people would be able to see them across most of south Huddersfield.
The cluster, dubbed HVGC-1 (for hypervelocity globular cluster), is going fast enough to escape the entire Virgo Cluster in which M87 resides, Nelson Caldwell (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics) and colleagues report in the May 20th Astrophysical Journal Letters.
These new hypervelocity stars are very different from the ones that have been discovered previously," said Vanderbilt University graduate student Lauren Palladino, lead author on the study.
Acoustic Emission Detection and Location for Hypervelocity Impacts
Thirty-one papers from the October 2005 symposium on space debris and space traffic management organized by the International Academy of Astronautics are presented by Bendisch (Aerodata AG, Germany) in correspondence to the four sessions of the meeting: measurements and space surveillance, risk analysis and modeling, mitigation and standards, and hypervelocity impacts and protection.
Hypervelocity impact (Mach 5) indirect fire (200+ nautical miles in 6 minutes)