Determination of Optimum Rails Dimensions in Railgun by Lagrange's Equations

@article{Maleki2008DeterminationOO,
  title={Determination of Optimum Rails Dimensions in Railgun by Lagrange's Equations},
  author={Teimour Maleki and Ali Kalantarnia and Asghar Keshtkar},
  journal={2008 14th Symposium on Electromagnetic Launch Technology},
  year={2008},
  pages={1-4}
}
One of the methods that are used for increasing accelerator force of projectile in the railgun is the increasing of inductance gradient. Essentially, the inductance gradient is determined by current density in rails and projectile. If we change geometry of the rail, the current density and inductance gradient will be changed. One of the factors that restricts variation domain of rails geometry is the tolerable current of rails. In this paper, we have obtained analytical formulas for the maximum… CONTINUE READING

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