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Class Information
Number: 102/474
Name: Ammunition and explosives > Shells > Continuous rod warhead
Description: Subject matter wherein the shell is made of shafts, bars, etc., connected together to form a continuous, usually annular, structure upon detonation.










Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
7415917 Fixed deployed net for hit-to-kill vehicle Aug. 26, 2008
7284490 Rod warhead systems and associated methods Oct. 23, 2007
6681679 Wall protecting device Jan. 27, 2004
6279482 Countermeasure apparatus for deploying interceptor elements from a spin stabilized rocket Aug. 28, 2001
5408932 Long rod extension system utilizing shape memory alloy Apr. 25, 1995
H1367 Wire assault weapon warhead Nov. 1, 1994
4459915 Combined rocket motor warhead Jul. 17, 1984
4296180 Process for the production of metallic formed members Oct. 20, 1981
4077326 Impulse compensated continuous rod warhead Mar. 7, 1978
4058063 Shaped charge rod warhead Nov. 15, 1977
3938441 Terrain clearing device and method Feb. 17, 1976











 
 
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