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Two types of high performance fiberglass panels were investigated at normal impact conditions of around 1 km/s (2200 mph). Thin phenolic laminates of plain-weave glass cloth impregnated with synthetic thermosetting resins, one melamine and the other epoxy, were impacted by a 1.6 mm diameter nylon sphere using a combustionless two-stage light-gas gun. The resulting impact and ejecta was captured using high-speed imaging, and the perforation characteristics and damage zone were examineddoi:10.1016/j.proeng.2015.04.056 fatcat:z3vii5ijmbbfrhab6nkxgvyt3a