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Analysis on Temperature Profiles upon High Speed Impact of Reactive Structural Materials

반응성구조체의 고속충돌에 따른 온도분포 분석

  • Jung, Sang-Hyun (The 4th Research and Development Institute, Agency for Defense Development) ;
  • Cho, Soo Gyeong (The 4th Research and Development Institute, Agency for Defense Development) ;
  • Bae, Gwang Tae (The 4th Research and Development Institute, Agency for Defense Development) ;
  • Lee, Kibong (The 4th Research and Development Institute, Agency for Defense Development)
  • 정상현 (국방과학연구소 제4기술연구본부) ;
  • 조수경 (국방과학연구소 제4기술연구본부) ;
  • 배광태 (국방과학연구소 제4기술연구본부) ;
  • 이기봉 (국방과학연구소 제4기술연구본부)
  • Received : 2017.03.22
  • Accepted : 2017.09.22
  • Published : 2017.10.05

Abstract

The temperature profiles upon high speed impact of reactive structural materials were analyzed. A two color pyrometer, which included high-speed camera, spectral splitter, and band pass filters, was utilized to measure transient temperature profiles during and after reactive metal samples impacted into steel plate with velocities of 1600~1700 m/s. The spatial temperature distribution was analyzed from the ratio of spectral radiances at two different wavelength in infrared zone, i.e. 700 and 900 nm. The measured temperatures were calibrated with black body source. Two different types of metal samples, namely aluminum and nickel, were employed to understand reaction behavior upon the impact of samples in ambient condition. According to our experiments, the Ni sample appeared to barely react with ambient air producing an instant small fireball, while Al sample reacts violently with air generating a relatively prolong fireball.

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