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Arrangement for production of explosively formed projectiles










Image Number 4 for United States Patent #4982667.

An arrangement for production of explosively formed projectiles consists of casing with explosive contents, a fuse arranged on the base side and a metal insert which covers the explosive contents on the head side, in which case the projectile acquires wing-like symmetrical folds on its tail by means of the following. The insert and/or the explosive contents and/or the fuse in their outside area and/or the casing on its jacket features at least three inhomogeneities arranged at a distance from the axis of the casing in a symmetrical manner around the circumference such that in the circumferential area of the insert varied. Acceleration is achieved according to the configuration of the inhomogeneities or the impact time of the shock wave or its impact energy is different.








 
 
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