Ballistics; theory and design of guns and ammunition.9781420066180
Ballistics ballistics (bəlĭs`tĭks), science of projectiles. Interior ballistics deals with the propulsion and the motion of a projectile within a gun or firing device. ; theory and design of guns and ammunition.
Carlucci, Donald E. and Sidney S. Jacobson.
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Carlucci, a research engineer at the U.S. Army Picatinny Arsenal The Picatinny Arsenal (IPA: /ˈpɪkətɪni/ or /ˌpɪkəˈtɪni/ , and Jacobson, a retired designer and developer of munitions mu·ni·tion
War materiel, especially weapons and ammunition. Often used in the plural.
tr.v. mu·ni·tioned, mu·ni·tion·ing, mu·ni·tions
To supply with munitions. at the same facility, have created a well-ordered, scientifically current yet historically rich guide for those who research and develop weapons or munitions. The text is divided into three parts on interior ballistics, exterior ballistics, and terminal ballistics (the phase that begins when a projectile projectile
something thrown forward.
see blow dart.
forceful vomiting, usually without preceding retching, in which the vomitus is thrown well forward. reaches a target). The authors' step-by-step approach to introducing theory, exploring the range of variables and applications, and interpreting data for purposes of design and development, moves at a fluid pace thanks to a balanced blend of formulas and raw data with concise instructional text. Other chapters examine analytical and computational ballistics, design practices of weapons and ammunition, shock physics, and wound ballistics.
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