⇄SuchrichtungÜbersetzung für 'ballistics' von Englisch nach Deutsch
NOUN   ballistics | -
SYNO ballistics | ballistic trajectory
ballistics {pl} [treated as sg.]
Ballistik {f}
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bomb ballisticsBombenballistik {f}
external ballistics
Außenballistik {f}
interior ballistics
Innenballistik {f}
terminal ballistics
Zielballistik {f}
terminal ballistics
Terminalballistik {f}
transitional ballistics
Abgangsballistik {f}
transitional ballistics
Zwischenballistik {f}
transitional ballistics
Übergangsballistik {f}
wound ballistics {pl} [treated as sg.]
Wundballistik {f}
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Ballistics is / are ...Die Ballistik ist ...
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • Transitional ballistics, also known as intermediate ballistics, is the study of a projectile's behavior from the time it leaves the muzzle until the pressure behind the projectile is equalized, so it lies between internal ballistics and external ballistics.
  • White Laboratory, an accredited ballistics and ballistics resistance laboratory.
  • He performed ballistics research during World War I at the US Army's Aberdeen Proving Grounds in Maryland. He applied his knowledge of ballistics to the study of archery.
  • Army at Aberdeen Proving Ground in Maryland during World War II as the Chief of the External Ballistics Branch of the Ballistics Research Laboratory during which he directed a large volume of research in exterior ballistics which increased the effective firepower of bombs and projectiles.
  • The 300 RSAUM's ballistics are similar to 300 Win Mag and 300 WSM.
  • Internal ballistics (also interior ballistics), a subfield of ballistics, is the study of the propulsion of a projectile.
  • Charbonnier became internationally recognized as a ballistics expert, and for his treatises on ballistics he was awarded in 1919 the Poncelet Prize of the Académie des Sciences.
  • William C. Davis Jr. (1921–2010) was an American ballistics engineer, best remembered as a writer and editor on ballistics for the "American Rifleman", published by the National Rifle Association.
  • James Monroe Ingalls (January 25, 1837 – May 1, 1927) was an American soldier and an authority on ballistics. His tabulations on ballistics was the authoritative source for over 100 years.
  • Franklin Weston Mann (July 24, 1856 – November 14, 1916) was an American physician and inventor remembered as author of the pioneering ballistics text entitled "The Bullet's Flight from Powder to Target: The Internal and External Ballistics of Small Arms; a Study of Rifle Shooting with the Personal Element Excluded, Disclosing the Cause of the Error at Target".
  • The internal ballistics of the FH70 howitzer meet the requirements of the Quadrilateral Ballistics Memorandum of Understanding; i.e., all charges may be used and current and future 155 mm projectiles can be fired.
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