Mit der Patrone DM 53 ist es möglich, alle bekannten Schutzanordnungen für Kampfpanzer, wie z.B. homogenen Panzerstahl, Mehrplatten- und. Bei der DM53 LKEII wurde Uran in die Legierung des Penetrators beigefügt, um den Wirkungsgrad zu erhöhen und die Kosten der Herstellung. Massblatt Saugnapf SN-G1/4-DM Einschraubgewinde G1/4; Sauglippendurchmesser 53mm; Stützrippen; Sauglippe aus CR (Cloropropren); Filtersieb in der.
Ohne Uran-Munition: Nur hilflose Leos?Bei der DM53 LKEII wurde Uran in die Legierung des Penetrators beigefügt, um den Wirkungsgrad zu erhöhen und die Kosten der Herstellung. Ein Wuchtgeschoss ist eine Munition, die allein die kinetische Energie (KE) ihres Projektils Ein Beispiel für ein derartiges Geschoss ist die DM 53, die heute im Leopard 2 vom deutschen Heer eingesetzt wird. Sie erreicht in Kombination mit. Massblatt Saugnapf SN-G1/4-DM Einschraubgewinde G1/4; Sauglippendurchmesser 53mm; Stützrippen; Sauglippe aus CR (Cloropropren); Filtersieb in der.
Dm53 Mil-Spec Industries VideoLeopard 2A6 - DM 53 LOLPEN [War Thunder Dev Blog]
The cartridge and the propellant were also modified and optimized. Weight data: Cartridge: 19kg Projectile: 7. The DM33 round was introduced in and perhaps is the most widely used mm tank round in the world.
Compared to its predecessor DM33 features a further elongated and thinner penetrator. It also received a break-off tip to improve performance against complex targets.
However it was not able to deal with the best soviet tanks of its time, due to its inability to reliably defeat Kontakt-5 ERA, which was demonstrated in the Swedish tank trials in the early 90ies.
In any case, I'm not sure that increase in penetration would be reflected in game. This penetrator here is claimed to be DM53 or DM43 either of them really, but they shouldn't be that much different internally, use this as a reference while it's defeating K5 ERA during the Swedish trials back in ?
Although it might look like the penetrator is shattering, the debris actually comes from a special tip that was designed to deal with heavy ERA while the actual penetrator is unharmed.
Is it incapable of firing DM33? It's just a question of what will Gaijin do. They've been using the excuse of 'it never carried that ammo' to avoid giving APFSDS stock to tanks even if they were capable of firing it because the only ammo they carried is their top round.
Well with Swedish Leos using the shells they never did, with tank having top shell, I don't think they really care about historical accuracy when it comes to ammunition.
Armour is same as old A5, butter easy hull one shots on right of a tank and undergun explosion that wipes all 3 guys. Can't see why not get a better round as DM 33 failing to do same to opposition pen hull.
It's all about fairness and balance right?!?! Same could be said for multiple other tanks and their ammo Challenger 2 hello.
Plenty to keep the balance, or give everyone the capability to pen Kontakt 5, especially with the addition of relikt. OH WOW! The M1 definitely used M and M M only reached IOC in or so?
It uses 8. The penetrator uses depleted uranium; the sabot is built of composite materials. The complete round weighs L44 barrel. The DM53 has been optimized to lass than 0.
DM A1 is an advanced version of the DM DMA1 was selected by the armed forces of Finland and Denmark. The new type uses 8. And truth to be told hypothesis that there is some sort of precursor in the rod is the only hypothesis that makes sense.
Control over propelant charge ignition is not needed and probably not possible at all with current technology, besides the MA4 and all newer US ammo types for mm smoothbore use insensitive propelant charges.
And it is nowhere mentioned in any document avaiable for public. Guiding the rod to target? Perhaps possible from technical point of view, but why?
And manouvering of the rod during flight means loss of a lot of energy, even if this manouvering would be done to "cheat" the APS for example.
So perhaps the option is to somehow use a precursor that is "fired ahead" of the main rod. So how the rod designs looks like here?
The rod is made from two segments, the "precursor" and the main rod behind it. How they are connected?
The precursor can also be relased based on a simple difference of speed between it and the main rod, and main rod can be slowed down by some sort of additional fins aerodynamic breaks released at specific point programmed by FCS.
In such case precuros would initiate ERA and the main rod would have a clear way to main armor of the target. How to cheat APS tough? Possible yes, but then there is question, if APS will just not ignore the precursor, and this might happen, now of course there is a question how dangerous is precursor itself?
For a MBT or vehicle with similiar levels of protection, for it's front it won't be dangerous in most cases, sides? If they do not have any addon armor, very possible.
The T with BRD should be used for all third world nations until the s. Assumption: third world client states probably obtained this round in the mid to late s.
For Yom Kippur War, the L52 was actually not available in large numbers but apparently a small amount was fielded by some units the L36A1 was the abundant KE round used in that war.
This is the German designation for the Israeli mm M round. This round seems to be the one used by the Arabs in Yom Kippur War, based on sources that state that the T KE ammunition could penetrate the Shot Kal tank from the front.
The longer tank gun has been retrofitted into the Leopard 2, creating a model known as the Leopard 2A6. Development commenced in , financed entirely using internal funding, as a response to the Russian introduction of new generation armored vehicles like the T Armata tank, and the first technical demonstrator TD was completed in May Engineers believe the weapon can only be used with an automatic loader and new turret design.
The gun commenced static firing trials at Rheinmetall's proving ground following Eurosatory, while engineers hope to receive a new NATO standard by the end of , although development of the gun and ammunition will likely take 8—10 years.
A variety of rounds have been developed for Rheinmetall's tank gun. For example, a long line of armor-piercing discarding sabot APDS rounds was developed by Rheinmetall.
Originally, the Leopard 2 was outfitted with the DM23 kinetic energy penetrator,  based on the Israeli mm M Hetz which itself was a licensed copy of the American M round.
The introduction of the longer barrel came hand in hand with the introduction of a new kinetic energy penetrator, the DM With the projectile including sabot weighing in at 8.
The new propellant powders, known as surface-coated double-base SCDB propellants, allow the DM63 to be used in many climates with consistent results.
A further improved ME4 round with a segmented penetrator to defeat Relikt has been under development since and was to be fielded as the MA4 in Both Germany and the United States have developed several other rounds.
The cap allows the round to impact and embed itself in concrete, then exploding inside the target and causing more damage.
Furthermore, the missile can be fired by both millimeter 4. Fragments are shaped to have enough kinetic energy to penetrate body armor. Kinetic energy projectiles   .
For example, the Leopard 2 armed with the 44 caliber long gun, has been sold to the Netherlands, Switzerland, Sweden, Spain, Austria, Denmark, Finland, and other countries.