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2009 | 115 | 6 | 1072-1074
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Studies of Electrically-Exploded Conductors for Electric Armour Applications

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This paper presents experimental studies of current interaction with static copper rods. The results of the static experiments are used to discuss the effects responsible for the disruption of shaped-charge jets in electric armour. These effects include ohmic heating of, and current diffusion into, the rod as well as radial magnetic forces.
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115
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6
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1072-1074
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2009-06
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  • Swedish Defence Research Agency, FOI, Grindsjön Research Centre, SE-147 25 Tumba, Sweden
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  • Swedish Defence Research Agency, FOI, Grindsjön Research Centre, SE-147 25 Tumba, Sweden
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  • Swedish Defence Research Agency, FOI, Grindsjön Research Centre, SE-147 25 Tumba, Sweden
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  • Swedish Defence Research Agency, FOI, Grindsjön Research Centre, SE-147 25 Tumba, Sweden
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  • Swedish Defence Research Agency, FOI, Grindsjön Research Centre, SE-147 25 Tumba, Sweden
References
  • 1. E.H. Walker, U.S. Army Ballistic Research Laboratory, BRL-MR-2309 (1973)
  • 2. G.A. Shvetsov, A.D. Matrosov, Proc. Megagauss VII Conference, Sarov, Russia, August 5-10, 1996, RFNC-VNIIEF (1997)
  • 3. T.J. Tucker, R.P. Toth, Sandia Laboratories, SF 1004-DF(2-74). SAND-75-0041 (1975)
  • 4. H. Knoepfel, Pulsed High Magnetic Fields, North-Holland, Amsterdam 1970
  • 5. W.P. Walters, J.A. Zukas, Fundamentals of Shaped Charges, Wiley 1989
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bwmeta1.element.bwnjournal-article-appv115n640kz
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