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A Research on Development of Applique Armor Kit for Design of Manufacturing Technology based on the Reverse Engineering
Purpose: The study focused on localization of the enhanced applique armor kit (EAAK), which are applied to Korea Assault Amphibious Vehicle (KAAV). Methods: For this propose, we developed the manufacturing technology by analyzing the original products. Considering the condition...
QUALITY IN NATIONAL DEFENSE DOMAIN
Analysis and Improvement of Factors Influencing the Transfer Alignment of INS of Underwater Projectile
Purpose: In order to accurately reach an underwater projectile to a target point, reliable INS and accurate arrangement of INS between master and slave INS is paramount. Unlike terrestrial and aerial environments, underwater projectile will operates in a restricted environment w...
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Analysis of How the Bonding Force between Two Assemblies Affects the Flight Stability of a High-speed Rotating Projectile
Purpose: We sought to understand why a high-speed rotating projectile featuring a fuze-and-body assembly sometimes exhibited airburst, and we intended to improve the flight stability by eliminating airburst. Methods: We performed characteristic factor analysis, structural mecha...
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