Lockheed Martin claims breakthrough in development of ceramic armour systems

Contributor: Andrew Elwell
Posted: 12/10/2012
Lockheed Martin claims breakthrough in development of ceramic armour systems
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Lockheed Martin and researchers at the University of Surrey have developed a process to improve the mechanical properties of ceramic armour systems that is said to increase its survivability by improving multi-hit capability. Using ceramic as the strike face for high-end armour systems is not a new concept. However, the problem has always


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Andrew Elwell
Contributor: Andrew Elwell