Finite Element Analysis of a Multi-Component Kinetic Energy Projectile.
Technical research rept.,
FRANKFORD ARSENAL PHILADELPHIA PA
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Finite element techniques are used to perform a launch stress analysis on a multi-component 27.5mm kinetic energy projectile. The five parts of the projectile are each analyzed separately using a layer of false boundary elements to determine the interaction between each component and those in contact with it. The stress history in the boundary elements is used as boundary conditions for the adjacent components. The analysis proceeds from the forward components toward the rear, providing the additive inertia load to each.
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