Effects of High Temperature (+175 F) and Low Temperature (-65 F) Upon the Resistance of Doron (Type Number 1) to Perforation by Flak-Simulating Projectiles
WATERTOWN ARSENAL LABS MA
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Variations in temperature within the range investigated 175 F to - 65 F apparently have no deleterious effects upon the resistance of Doron to perforation by cal. .45 steel-jacketed ball projectiles or by cal. .22 fragment- simulating projectiles, G-2. However there is reason to believe that elevation of the temperature above 200 F may result in a lowering of resistance of this material.
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