By Jeffrey Swab
The Armor Ceramics Symposium presents an annual discussion board for the presentation and dialogue of unclassified details and concepts touching on the advance and incorporation of ceramic fabrics for armor purposes. This selection of articles from the 7th variation of this symposium serious about impression, Penetration and fabric Modeling, fabric thoughts, approaches and Characterization, the appliance of NDE, and obvious Armor.
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Figure 5. Polished cross section normal to the specimen radial direction showing cracks. The surfaces of the glass specimens in contact With the steel anvils were smeared and cracked (Figure 6), attesting to the sliding of the steel anvil on the glass. The directionality of the smear markings and crack profiles indicate a left-to-right movement of the anvil on the glass surface. The dried-lake-bed cracking pattern suggests a discontinuous sliding process, where adherence between glass and steel suddenly was overcome in a local area and the area was suddenly displaced.
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Curran, and J. W. Simons, Failure Physics of Glass during Ballistic Penetration, Proceedings of the 32"d International Conference & Exposition on Advanced Ceramics & Composites (ICACC), Daytona Beach, FL, (January 2008). 6. J. Mescall and C. S. Military Academy, West Point (June 17-20, 1986). 7. J. Mescall and V. Weiss, Materials Behavior Under High Stress and Ultra-high Loading Rates-Part 11, Proceedings of the 29" Sagamore Army Conference, Army Materials and Mechanics Research Center, Watertown, MA (1984).