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Dynamic Behavior of Materials, Volume 1
We conducted an experimental study to understand the mechanisms and dominant parameters for 7.62mm APM2 bullets that perforate 6082-T651 aluminum armor plates at oblique impacts. The 7.62-mm-diameter, 10.7g, APM2 bullet consists of a brass jacket, lead filler, and a 5.25g, ogive-nose, hard steel core. The brass and lead were stripped from the APM2 bullets by the targets, so we conducted ballistic experiments with both the APM2 bullets and only the hard steel cores. These projectiles were fireddoi:10.1007/978-3-319-06995-1_53 fatcat:ucoiv5d2pfhyvcuvl4wilgy4sq