Development of a testing technique for the yield strength determination of 5 inch steel cartridge cases
Blasko, James A.
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The standard Navy method for determining the yield strength of 5 inch steel cartridge cases is shown to overestimate the actual circumferential yield strength of the case by about 40 percent. An expanded ring testing apparatus was developed to measure the actual yield strength.
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