Zhuzhou KJ Super Materials Co., Ltd.

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Zhuzhou KJ Super Materials Co., Ltd.
  • Target Markets: fishing lure tungsten pellet Shotgun--Shot shotgun shell hunting cartridges rifle cartridges swan shot sinker bars tungsten alloy suker rods Tungsten Alloy Swaging Rod tungsten tungsten shot darts Tungsten alloy ball Syringe Shield Tungsten Alloy Crankshaft Tungsten alloy cube Radiation shielding aerospace ballast boring bar bucking bar fishing sinker Counterbalance Counterweight Copper tungsten military tungsten alloy aircraft tools Shotgun pellets collimators cancer treatment source holder Radioactive source containers Tungsten heavy alloy X-ray collimators Tungsten alloy PET syringe shield Shielding in cancer therapy machines Syringe protection for radioactive injections Nuclear shielding wall Tungsten Alloy FDG container Large container inspection devicesRadioactive source containers Tungsten Alloy Radiation Cover Tungsten Alloy X-ray Target & Tungsten Alloy Collimator Tungsten Alloy Multi Leaf Collimator Tungsten Alloy Radiation CT Target
  • Business Type: Wholesaler,Manufacturer,Exporter
  • OEM Services : Yes
  • Established date: 2014.05.23
Tungsten Alloy Swaging Rod for Military

Tungsten Alloy Swaging Rod for Military

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  • Min. Order : 10
  • FOB Port : Guangzhou
  • Made In : unknown
  • Delivery Time : 45
  • Tungsten Alloy Swaging Rod for Military
  • Tungsten Alloy Swaging Rod for Military
  • Tungsten Alloy Swaging Rod for Military

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Tungsten Alloy Swaging Rod for Military
Tungsten Alloy “Rods from God” is the nick-name given to a hypothetical orbital weapon for bombarding targets on the Earth from space. Just how feasible is this concept?
The concept of kinetic-energy weapons has been around ever since the RAND Corporation proposed placing rods on the tips of ICBMs in the 1950s, the satellite twist was popularized by sci-fi writer Jerry Pournelle
Though the pentagon won't say how far along the research is, or even confirm that any efforts are underway, the concept persists
The "US Air Force Transformation Flight Plan," published by the Air Force in November 2003, references "hypervelocity rod bundles" in its outline of future space-based weapons, and in 2002, another report from RAND, "space weapons, earth wars," dedicated entire sections to the technology's usefulness
If so-called "Rods from God"--an informal nickname of untraceable origin--ever do materialize, it won't be for at least 15 years
Launching heavy tungsten rods into space will require substantially cheaper rocket technology than we have today. But there are numerous other obstacles to making such a system work
Pike, of GlobalSecurity. org, argues that the rods' speed would be so high that they would vaporize on impact, before the rods could penetrate the surface
Furthermore, the "absentee ratio"--the fact that orbiting satellites circle the earth every 100 minutes and so at any given time might be far from the desired target--would be prohibitive
A better solution, Pike argues, is to pursue the original concept: place the rods atop intercontinental ballistic missiles, which would slow down enough during the downward part of their trajectory to avoid vaporizing on impact
ICBMs would also be less expensive and, since they're stationed on earth, would take less time to reach their targets
"The space-basing people seem to understand the downside of space weapons," Pike says--among them, high costs and the difficulty of maintaining wea

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Dimensions: Dia26mm*550mm

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