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- 4.7-inch range table: 2,600 f.s. initial velocity to 10,000 yards; weight of projectile, 45 pounds; Siacci's method; corrected for altitude; Ingalls's ballistic tables
- A limited dynamic investigation of magnesium alloy AZ31B in 3 orientations
- A novel soft recovery system for the 155-mm projectile and its numerical simulation
- A simple data logging system for ballistic applications
- A study of projectile response to ballistics environment
- Air blast measurements around water-filled simulated nuclear reactor core vessels
- Analysis of Three Different Regression Models to Estimate the Ballistic Performance of New and Environmentally Conditioned Body Armor
- Balistique d'aĂ©roplane. : Le problĂ¨me de l'aĂ©ro-cible.
- Ballistic evaluation of 7056 aluminum
- Ballistic materials and penetration mechanics
- Ballistic tables for standard Navy projectiles with ogival heads of 2 calibers radius; computed by R. R. Ingersoll from Mayevski's Laws of resistance of air, as deduced from Krupp's experiments
- Ballistic tests of used soft body armor
- Ballistics in the seventeenth century ; : a study in the relations of science and war with reference principally to England
- Bending of threaded and unthreaded tungsten rods under oblique impact
- Calculated tables of ranges for Navy and Army guns, with method of finding distance of object at sea
- Characterization of the parameters that affect projectile balloting using finite element analysis
- Comparisons of ballistic trajectory simulations using artillery meteorological messages derived from local balloon data and battlescale forecast model data for the 1998 SADARM IOT&E firings
- Coupled CFD/GN&C modeling for a smart material canard actuator
- Course in artillery : Ballistic machines [instructions for use]
- Course of artillery, Part I, Section IV : Ballistics
- De descensu gravium. : De motu pendulorum in cycloide. Et De motu projectilium.
- Design of ammunition for pyrotechnic effects
- Determination of time of flight of projectiles, etc., etc., by means of electric clepsydra, from researches in experimental ballistics, translated from French
- Development of a ballistic specification for magnesium alloy AZ31B
- Du mouvement des projectiles dans les milieux rĂ©sistants
- Dynamic pressure testing of a 155-mm howitzer ballistic window using a closed bomb vessel
- Eight-inch gun, Mark V
- Eight-inch range table: 2,000 f.s. initial velocity to 10,500 yards; weight of projectile, 260 pounds; Siacci's method; corrected for altitude; Ingalls's ballistic tables
- Eight-inch range table: 2,100 f.s. initial velocity to 11,000 yards; weight of projectile, 260 pounds; Siacci's method; corrected for altitude; Ingalls's ballistic tables
- Eight-inch range table: 2,700 f.s. initial velocity to 17,000 yards; weight of projectile, 260 pounds; Siacci's method; corrected for altitude; Ingalls's ballistic tables
- Eight-inch range table: 2,750 f.s. initial velocity to 17,500 yards; weight of projectile, 260 pounds; Siacci's method; corrected for altitude; Ingalls's ballistic tables
- Elements of armament engineering, Part two, Ballistics
- Elements of terminal ballistics
- Essay : Development of power in modern military rifle
- Examination paper : Miscellaneous questions in artillery [list of questions, with value in points and bibliographic source for answer]
- Explanation of Whistler's graphic table of fire, to accompany chart
- Exterior ballistics in plane of fire
- Exterior ballistics, gun construction, and U.S. seacoast guns, prepared for use of cadets of U.S. Military Academy
- Face-hardened armor
- Five-inch range table: 2,200 f.s. initial velocity to 8,500 yards; weight of projectile, 50 pounds; Siacci's method; corrected for altitude; Ingalls's ballistic tables
- Five-inch range table: 2,300 f.s. initial velocity to 9,000 yards; weight of projectile, 50 pounds; Siacci's method; corrected for altitude; Ingalls's ballistic tables
- Five-inch range table: 2,700 f.s. initial velocity to 11,000 yards; weight of projectile, 60 pounds; Siacci's method; corrected for altitude; Ingalls's ballistic tables
- Five-inch range table: 3,000 f.s. initial velocity to 12,000 yards; long pointed projectile, coefficient of form 0.61; weight of projectile, 50 pounds; Siacci's method; corrected for altitude; Ingalls's ballistic tables
- Five-inch range table: 3,150 f.s. initial velocity to 10,000 yards; weight of projectile, 50 pounds; Siacci's method; corrected for altitude; Ingalls's ballistic tables
- Flight motor set 360L007 (STS-33R), final report
- Fortifications of to-day : Fire against models of coast batteries and parados; Horizontal and curved fire in defense of coasts
- Four-inch range table: 2,000 f.s. initial velocity to 8,000 yards; weight of projectile, 33 pounds; Siacci's method; corrected for altitude; Ingalls's ballistic tables
- Four-inch range table: 2,800 f.s. initial velocity to 10,500 yards; weight of projectile, 33 pounds; Siacci's method; corrected for altitude; Ingalls's ballistic tables
- German research in world war II, : an analysis of the conduct of research,
- Identifying opportunities in the development of ceramic matrix composite (CMC) materials for armor applications
- Impact and ballistic response of hybridized thermoplastic laminates
- Increasing twist of rifling
- Interior ballistics, part 1: Properties of powders and their action in closed chambers and in cannon
- Introductory definitions, general discussions, etc., of guns, breech mechanisms, and gun mounts
- Lehrbuch der ballistik,
- Liquid-filled projectile design
- Mathematical theory of rocket flight,
- Method of calculating coefficients of deviation for determining wind effect upon projectiles [with comparisons of observed and calculated data for selected makes of rifle]
- Multiflash x-ray with image detanglement for single image isolation
- Notes on installation and tests of turret guns and sights
- Nouveau cours de mathematique, : a l'usage de l'artillerie et du genie, ou l'on applique les parties les plus utiles de cette science a la theorie & a la pratique des differens sujets qui peuvent avoir rapport a la guerre
- One-pdr. range table: 1,450 f.s. initial velocity to 3,000 yards; weight of projectile, 1.057 pounds; Siacci's method; corrected for altitude; Ingalls's ballistic tables
- One-pdr. range table: 2,000 f.s. initial velocity to 3,500 yards; weight of projectile, 1.057 pounds; Siacci's method; corrected for altitude; Ingalls's ballistic tables
- Ordered and highly scalable granular media for shock mitigation
- Practical handgun ballistics
- Prediction of impact pressures, forces, and moments during vertical and oblique water entry
- Pressure and impact of guns
- Proceedings : 27th International Symposium on Ballistics : Freiburg, Germany, 22-26 April 2013
- Proceedings : 28th International Symposium on Ballistics : Atlanta, Georgia, USA, 22-26 September 2014
- Projectile penetration in soil and rock : analysis for non-normal impact : final report
- RSRM-13 (360Q013) final report : ballistics mass properties flight designation STS-41 / prepared for National Aeronautics and Space Administration, George C. Marshall Space Flight Center ; [prepared by Brian A. Laubacker, M.C. Richards
- Range table for...
- Range tables for naval guns
- Recherches balistiques sur les vitesses initiales, le recul, et la rĂ©sistance de l'air
- Role and organization of sea-coast batteries
- Ryan's ballistic trauma : a practical guide
- Safety in bear country : protective measures and bullet performance at short range
- Safety in bear country : protective measures and bullet performance at short range
- Safety in bear country : protective measures and bullet performance at short range
- Selected professional papers translated from European military publications
- Self-compensating store ejection.
- Seven-inch range table: 2,700 f.s. initial velocity to 13,500 yards; weight of projectile, 165 pounds; Siacci's method; corrected for altitude; Ingalls's ballistic tables
- Seven-inch range table: 2,700 f.s. initial velocity to 17,000 yards; long pointed projectile, coefficient of form .61; weight of projectile, 165 pounds; Siacci's method; corrected for altitude; Ingalls's ballistic tables
- Six-inch range table: 1,950 f.s. initial velocity to 9,000 yards; weight of projectile, 105 pounds; Siacci's method; corrected for altitude; Ingalls's ballistic tables
- Six-inch range table: 2,050 f.s. initial velocity to 9,500 yards; weight of projectile, 105 pounds; Siacci's method; corrected for altitude; Ingalls's ballistic tables
- Six-inch range table: 2,150 f.s. initial velocity to 10,000 yards; weight of projectile, 105 pounds; Siacci's method; corrected for altitude; Ingalls's ballistic tables
- Six-inch range table: 2,250 f.s. initial velocity to 10,500 yards; weight of projectile, 105 pounds; Siacci's method; corrected for altitude; Ingalls's ballistic tables
- Six-inch range table: 2,300 f.s. initial velocity to 10,500 yards; weight of projectile, 105 pounds; Siacci's method; corrected for altitude; Ingalls's ballistic tables
- Six-inch range table: 2,600 f.s. initial velocity to 12,000 yards; weight of projectile, 105 pounds; Siacci's method; corrected for altitude; Ingalls's ballistic tables
- Six-inch range table: 2,800 f.s. initial velocity to 12,600 yards; weight of projectile, 105 pounds; Siacci's method, corrected for altitude; Ingalls's ballistic tables
- Six-pdr. range table: 2,240 f.s. initial velocity to 5,500 yards; weight of projectile, 6 pounds; Siacci's method; corrected for altitude; Ingalls's ballistic tables
- Specifications for armor plates and appurtenances
- Specifications for armor-piercing shell for U.S. Navy
- Table of U.S. Army cannon and projectiles
- Tables for finding range, U.S. Navy
- Ten-inch range table: 2,000 f.s. initial velocity to 11,500 yards; weight of projectile, 510 pounds; Siacci's method; corrected for altitude; Ingalls's ballistic tables
- Ten-inch range table: 2,100 f.s. initial velocity to 12,000 yards; weight of projectile, 510 pounds; Siacci's method; corrected for altitude; Ingalls's ballistic tables
- Ten-inch range table: 2,700 f.s. initial velocity to 19,000 yards; weight of projectile, 510 pounds; Siacci's method; corrected for altitude; Ingalls's ballistic tables
- Terminal ballistics
- Tests of mortar fire in Portland Harbor, Maine, fall of 1901 [with detailed data on results of tests at Fort Preble]
- The Joint NOL/RAE/WRE research program on bomb design : part 4 - the exterior ballistics of bomb design
- The bullet's flight from powder to target; : the internal and external ballistics of small arms: a study of rifle shooting with the personal element excluded, disclosing the cause of the error at target,
- The cylindrical component methodology evaluation module for MUVES-S2
- The identification of firearms and forensic ballistics
- The physics of war : from arrows to atoms
- The thermodynamics of firearms,
- Their arrows will darken the sun : the evolution and science of ballistics
- Thirteen-inch range table: 2,000 f.s. initial velocity to 13,000 yards; weight of projectile, 1,130 pounds; Siacci's method; corrected for altitude; Ingalls's ballistic tables
- Three-inch gun, Mark III, 50 cals.
- Three-inch range table: 1,150 f.s. initial velocity to 4,500 yards; weight of projectile, 13 pounds; Siacci's method; corrected for altitude; Ingalls's ballistic tables
- Three-inch range table: 1,650 f.s. initial velocity to 5,000 yards; weight of projectile, 13 pounds; Siacci's method; corrected for altitude; Ingalls's ballistic tables
- Three-inch range table: 2,700 f.s. initial velocity to 8,500 yards; weight of projectile, 13 pounds; Siacci's method; corrected for altitude; Ingalls's ballistic tables
- Three-pdr. range table: 2,200 f.s. initial velocity to 4,500 yards; weight of projectile, 3.30 pounds; Siacci's method; corrected for altitude; Ingalls's ballistic tables
- Trattato del moto de' projetti applicato al tiro delle bocche a fuoco
- Twelve-inch range table, 2,700 f.s. initial velocity to 22,000 yards, long pointed projectile coefficient of form .61, weight of projectile 870 pounds; Siacci's method, corrected for altitude, Ingalls's ballistic tables
- Twelve-inch range table: 2,100 f.s. initial velocity to 13,000 yards; weight of projectile, 870 pounds; Siacci's method; corrected for altitude; Ingalls's ballistic tables
- Twelve-inch range table: 2,400 f.s. initial velocity to 18,000 yards; weight of projectile, 870 pounds; Siacci's method; corrected for altitude; Ingalls's ballistic tables
- Twelve-inch range table: 2,700 f.s. initial velocity to 21,000 yards; weight of projectile, 870 pounds; Siacci's method; corrected for altitude; Ingalls's ballistic tables
- Wound ballistics : basics and applications

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