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    Title: Process and Bullet-resistant Buffer Effect of an Elastic Cushioning Structure Made of Polyamide Non-woven Fabric and Chloroprene Rubber
    Authors: 林敬文;Lin, Ching-wen
    Contributors: 時尚設計學系
    Keywords: cushion effect;elastic cushion struc-ture;non-penetration damage
    Date: 2008-03
    Issue Date: 2012-11-26 10:33:45 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: High-performance material is typically used as bullet-resisting material. Although high-performance resists bullet penetration, it does not guarantee against non-penetrating damage. Design of a structure for reducing the non-penetrating damage would be useful. An elastic cushion structure has been used extensively for impact resistance. In this study, chloroprene rubber material was utilized to decay and transmit energy after being hit with a bullet. The cushion effect was examined based on the deformation of oil clay during a shooting test. The form of the elastic cushion structure and sequence of laminates were changed to determine the influence of these parameters on the cushion effect of a Kevlar laminated compound fabric. The reduction of non-penetrating damage and increase in safety use were achieved by designing a structure that reduced bullet impact.
    Relation: TEXTILE RESEARCH JOURNAL, 78(3):258-263.
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