Comparative Study of Nose Profile Role in Long-Rod Penetration

@article{Daneshjou2007ComparativeSO,
  title={Comparative Study of Nose Profile Role in Long-Rod Penetration},
  author={Kamran Daneshjou and Majid Shahravi and M. Rahimzadeh},
  journal={Journal of Solid Mechanics and Materials Engineering},
  year={2007},
  volume={1},
  pages={635-643}
}
In this paper the penetration depth of long-rod electromagnetic projectiles on semi-infinite targets are studied with numerical approach. And the role of nose profile was studied. The results obtained from this investigation were compared with the recent studies. For the targets and projectile were considered to be made of soft metals. All the results were compared with two analytical models: Tate and Vahedi. These two models don’t consider the role of nose profile. The target is constrained to… 
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