Experimental Study on Penetration Resistance of Steel Fiber Reinforced Concrete by High-speed Long Rod Projectile


Guangle ZHANG;Yong HE;Xiaoning ZHAO;Xuchao PAN;


Based on series of experiments that high-speed long rod projectile penetrates steel fiber concrete with different rate of fibre, penetration ability, penetration stability, deformation and destruction of projectile are studied in this paper. The typical characteristics of semi-liquid penetration and rigid body penetration are revealed, and also the feature of the penetrated projectile, the maximum initial velocity of rigid body penetration, ballistic bending and erosion with being/breakage are showed clearly.


Mechanics of explosion, Penetration, Steel fiber reinforced concrete, High-speed long rod projectile, Subcaliber projectile, Crater


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