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mirtabaee M, abasi M. Development Of V-shaped plates based on the Ceramic composite for armored vehicle protection. ASE 2023; 13 (4) :4256-4267
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Protection of Armor Vehicles and military truck Occupants Against Explosion Mine and IED is the most important Parameter for comprehensive performance evaluation of armored vehicle. Armored Vehicle components Specifically Hull Floor Must be Able to Disperse Blast Shock Waves and Resist Against the structural Fracture. Analysis of the War Documents proves that flat hulls with thin-walled steel cannot resist against Anti-Tank Mines. In Recent years, development of V-shape Hull configurations Consider as an efficient Approach to improve Safety of armored vehicles. In the new generation of Armor Vehicle, Monocoque chassis combined with V-shape hull, But Replacement of All of the Old Armor Vehicle in the Defense Industry is not cost effective. So, there is an urgent need to develop the efficient strategy for enhancing the protection level of old armor vehicle. Since most of the armored vehicles used in the armies of different countries were designed and built in the past years, it is very likely that the safety standards have not been fully observed in them. Therefore, it is of great importance to provide a simple and low-cost plan for the reliable upgrade of such armored and logistics vehicles. In this article, by investigating the effect of placing V-shaped composite panels in three case studies, we were able to reduce the acceleration of the center of mass of the passenger compartment by approximately 7 times, in addition to reducing displacement by 50% on average. In addition, the explosion products were not able to penetrate into the cabin.
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