Engineering Design Handbook - Trajectories, Differential by ARMY MATERIEL COMMAND ALEXANDRIA VA


This 1963 Pamphlet offers with the topic of external ballistics, overlaying trajectories, differential results and information for projectiles. The Pamphlet relates to the section of projectile lifestyles beginning on the gun muzzle (or, for a rocket, at burnout) and finishing on the aspect of burst or influence. the topic is roofed in a fashion meant essentially to aid the ammunition fashion designer in spotting and working with the layout parameters of projectile weight, form, muzzle speed, yaw, drag and balance; and in designing for maximum ends up in variety, time of flight and accuracy. it truly is was hoping that it'll additionally turn out useful to different group of workers of the Ordnance Corps and of contractors to the Ordnance Corps. due to its complexity, it truly is attainable to hide the topic purely in short during this quantity, yet an try has been made to include references on the way to allow the dressmaker or the scholar to discover in additional aspect any section of the topic.

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14. 18. Gamier. Calcul des trajectoires par arcs. Givre Comm. (1917). 19. Exterior Ballistic Tables based on Numerical Integration, Vol. I. Ord. Dept. of U. S. Army (1924). Table I a : Log G(V). Table I b : d log G / ( V dV). 20. Herrmann, E. E. Range and Ballistic Tables. U. S. Naval Academy (1926, 1930, 1935). Table I: The Givre Retardation Function Gv. 21. Moulton, F. R. New Methods in Exterior Ballistics. Univ. of Chicago Press (1926). 22. Hitchcock, H. P. Computation of Firing Tables for the U.

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The angle between the horizontal and the tangent to the trajectory at any point. At the origin of the trajectory this is the same as the angle of departure. apical (semi-apical) angle. In general the angle formed at the apex or tip of anything. As applied to projectiles, the angle between the tangents to the curve outlining the contour of the projectile at, its tip, or for semi-apical angle, the angle between the axis and one of the tangents. For a projectile having a conical tip, the cone apex angle.

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