Structural and mechanical characteristics of aramid fibres for bullet-proof vests
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The following conclusions can be drawn from an analysis of the data reported in the present article: SVM and Armos fibres are now the most promising for use in bulletproof materials; increasing the elongation to 5–6% while preserving the strength at the level of 400–450 kgf/mm2allows increasing the efficiency of use of fibres for bulletproofing; the method proposed here allows rapidly and efficiently conducting comparative tests and initial selection of materials and the pack structure of the energy-absorbing polymer support; new types of bulletproof fabrics must be developed to increase the efficiency of manifestation of the energy-absorbing properties of fibres.
KeywordsPolymer Organic Chemistry Present Article Comparative Test Mechanical Characteristic
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