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특허 상세정보

Spin-stabilized projectile with pulse receiver and method of use

국가/구분 United States(US) Patent 등록
국제특허분류(IPC7판) F42B-015/18   
미국특허분류(USC) 244/323 ; 244/311 ; 244/322
출원번호 US-0355085 (1989-05-18)
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인용정보 피인용 횟수 : 13  인용 특허 : 5
초록

A spin-stabilized projectile the trajectory of which can be improved to increase accuracy with the projectile being controlled by a source of electromagnetic radiation providing pulses carrying encoded information. The projectile includes a nose end and a midportion having a periphery disposed about which are a plurality of spaced masses with a high explosive charge associated with each mass for high explosive detonation acceleration of its corresponding mass to provide an impulse to the projectile. A projectile has a boattail defining a cavity opened at...

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A spin-stabilized projectile the trajectory of which can be improved to increase accuracy, said spin-stabilized projectile comprising: a nose end; a midportion having a periphery disposed about which are a plurality of spaced masses and a high explosive charge associated with each said spaced mass for high explosive detonation acceleration of its corresponding said spaced mass to provide an impulse to said projectile which is applied substantially normal to a longitudinal axis of said projectile; and a boattail assembly including a microdetonator corresp...

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