Battle Class Destroyers by Peter Hodges

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Finally, variations in the mechanical properties of shell steel are so wide that shell fragments display a broad range of deformation and fracture characteristics, thus influencing their ability to penetrate hard metallic armor materials and affecting the ballistic limit. However, against fabric or plastic armors which are relatively soft, the hardness of the projectile does not affect the ballistic perform­ ance significantly. I. 35 to 830 gr) of fragment simulating projectiles as shown in Fig.

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