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The International Conference on Applied Mechanics and Mechanical Engineering
Advanced textile and flexible composites always used for the containment of high-speed fragmentation. The design of body armours, fragmentation curtains and bomb blankets are end products. In this work, an experimental program is conducted to test a new composite material (3D-weaveTM Kevlar-129/ LINE-X xs-350), which is a two-component spray-in-place flexible 100% solids Polyurea/Polyurethane system. Ballistic response of this new composite is compared to that of (3D-weaveTM) Kevlar-129; thedoi:10.21608/amme.2006.42761 fatcat:nmarti3ryfaazehwxuihrp4k6q