Accession Number : AD0828729
Title : CERAMIC MEMORY FOR ORDNANCE FUZING.
Descriptive Note : Final rept. Apr-Aug 67 on Phase 3,
Corporate Author : LITTON SYSTEMS INC WOODLAND HILLS CA
Personal Author(s) : Kaufman, Alvin B. ; Newhoff, Harry R.
Report Date : 25 SEP 1967
Pagination or Media Count : 67
Abstract : This final phase of the program encompassed two tasks: the completion of the development of the ceramic memory for artillery use and the production of 31 models for gun-firing tests. The MOD VI-A and MOD VII bender memories developed represent the developmental optimization of bender type, nonresonant, ceramic memory devices. The ceramic materials deemed most suitable were evaluated, as were geometric configurations; both from economic and technical considerations. Packaging for the high g and temperature environment was developed utilizing either 'solid' or rigid foam epoxies. Improved 'voltage doubler' interrogation circuitry was developed which supplies a drive to the memory approximately twice that available from the (battery) supply line. (Author)
Descriptors : (*ARTILLERY, PROJECTILE FUZES), (*PROJECTILE FUZES, MEMORY DEVICES), (*MEMORY DEVICES, CERAMIC MATERIALS), FERROELECTRIC MATERIALS, VOLTAGE, SHOCK(MECHANICS), ENCAPSULATION, OPTIMIZATION, FIRING TESTS(ORDNANCE), EPOXY RESINS, TEMPERATURE.
Subject Categories : Computer Hardware
Ammunition and Explosives
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE