A novel mid wall cooling channel design for large calibre guns

S. Sharma, R.M. Bhatnagar, B. Khanal, A. Hameed

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Abstract

It is widely observed that extremely high thermal loads are experienced in large calibre guns with high rate of firing. These extreme thermal load results in rapid barrel heating, which in turn limits the duration of firing that can be sustained without reaching the cook-off temperature for the propellant. After reaching the cook-off temperature, the gun barrels require long duration to cool down before commencement of next firing cycle, which is unacceptable in a combat situation. The investigation proposes integral mid-wall cooling channels in the gun tube to achieve a high rate of fire. A FEA model was developed to simulate a high rate of fire scenario, which demonstrated that the proposed mid-wall cooling system can yield 10 rounds per minute without reaching cook of in a large calibre system like 155/52mm Artillery Gun systems.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings - 29th International Symposium on Ballistics, BALLISTICS 2016
EditorsClive Woodley, Ian Cullis
Place of Publication Lancaster, Pennsylvania
PublisherDestech Publications Inc.
Pages895-904
Number of pages10
ISBN (Print)9781605953175
Publication statusPublished - 2016
Event29th International Symposium on Ballistics - Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Duration: 9 May 201613 May 2016
Conference number: 29
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Conference29th International Symposium on Ballistics
Abbreviated title29th ISB
CountryUnited Kingdom
CityEdinburgh
Period9/05/1613/05/16
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Thermal load
Fires
Cooling
Propellants
Cooling systems
Finite element method
Heating
Temperature

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Sharma, S., Bhatnagar, R. M., Khanal, B., & Hameed, A. (2016). A novel mid wall cooling channel design for large calibre guns. In C. Woodley, & I. Cullis (Eds.), Proceedings - 29th International Symposium on Ballistics, BALLISTICS 2016 (pp. 895-904). Lancaster, Pennsylvania: Destech Publications Inc..

A novel mid wall cooling channel design for large calibre guns. / Sharma, S.; Bhatnagar, R.M.; Khanal, B.; Hameed, A.

Proceedings - 29th International Symposium on Ballistics, BALLISTICS 2016. ed. / Clive Woodley; Ian Cullis. Lancaster, Pennsylvania : Destech Publications Inc., 2016. p. 895-904.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference proceeding

Sharma, S, Bhatnagar, RM, Khanal, B & Hameed, A 2016, A novel mid wall cooling channel design for large calibre guns. in C Woodley & I Cullis (eds), Proceedings - 29th International Symposium on Ballistics, BALLISTICS 2016. Destech Publications Inc., Lancaster, Pennsylvania, pp. 895-904, 29th International Symposium on Ballistics , Edinburgh, United Kingdom, 9/05/16.
Sharma S, Bhatnagar RM, Khanal B, Hameed A. A novel mid wall cooling channel design for large calibre guns. In Woodley C, Cullis I, editors, Proceedings - 29th International Symposium on Ballistics, BALLISTICS 2016. Lancaster, Pennsylvania: Destech Publications Inc. 2016. p. 895-904
Sharma, S. ; Bhatnagar, R.M. ; Khanal, B. ; Hameed, A. / A novel mid wall cooling channel design for large calibre guns. Proceedings - 29th International Symposium on Ballistics, BALLISTICS 2016. editor / Clive Woodley ; Ian Cullis. Lancaster, Pennsylvania : Destech Publications Inc., 2016. pp. 895-904
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