A single, small particle launch system by electrothermal gun and microsabot

Yoshida, Hiro; Hoshi, Yoshinobu; Uematsu, Kazuo; Kitazawa, Yukihito
January 1997
Review of Scientific Instruments;Jan1997, Vol. 68 Issue 1, p178
Academic Journal
Describes the development of a particle launch system for impact tests of materials without disturbing test environment, such as temperature and external loads. Design of the particle launcher; Microsabot; Sabot-particle separation; Velocity measurement system.


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