Ballistics sentence example
- But the shot advances during the combustion of the cordite, and the chief problem in interior ballistics is to adjust the G.D.
- Their work in the field of forensic ballistics, with the comparison microscope, brought fair justice at murder trials.
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- This deviation or derivation is usually called drift (for further details see Ballistics).
- Interior Ballistics The investigation of the relations connecting the pressure, volume and temperature of the powder-gas inside the bore of the gun, of the work realized by the expansion of the powder, of the V FIG.Advertisement
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- Flexible 8 channel metering includes selectable ballistics, clip and limiting indicators.
- The 11 mm cartridge was improved with the introduction of this rifle and as a result it had better ballistics than the M85.
- He had not heard about the 350 Remington Short Magnum, which provides the same ballistics in a more compact package.
- It is now divided into two parts: - Exterior Ballistics, in which the motion of the projectile is considered after it has received its initial impulse, when the projectile is moving freely under the influence of gravity and the resistance of the air, and it is required to determine the circumstances so as to hit a certain object, with a view to its destruction or perforation; and Interior Ballistics, in which the pressure of the powder-gas is analysed in the bore of the gun, and the investigation is carried out of the requisite charge of powder to secure the initial velocity of the projectile, without straining the gun unduly.Advertisement
- Likewise, don't do negatives or ballistics for everything -- be judicious and throw in perhaps a couple sets per week, alternating muscle groups with each, so that you don't overtrain any one muscle.
- A great change has come over interior ballistics in recent years, as the old black gunpowder has been abandoned in artillery after holding the field for six hundred years.