Lightweight Ballistic Structures Made of Ceramic and Cermet /Aramide Composites (R. Gadow and K. von Niessen).
Silicon Carbide–Based Ceramics for Ballistic Protection (E. Medvedovski).
Toughness–Hardness Trade–off in Advanced SiC Armor (M. Flinders, D. Ray, and R.A. Cutle)r.
Development of a Pressureless Sintered Silicon Carbide Monolith and
Special–Shaped Silicon Carbide Whisker Reinforced Silicon Carbide Matrix
Composite for Lightweight Armor Application (T.M. Lillo, H.S. Chu, D.W. Bailey, W.M. Harrison, and D.A. Laughton).
Design and Manufacturing B4C–SiC Layered Ceramics for Armor Applications (N. Orlovskaya, M. Lugovy, V. Subbotin, O. Rachenko, J. Adams, M. Chheda, J. Shih, J. Sankar, and S. Yarmolenko).
Improved Pressureless Densification of B
4C (R.F. Speyer and H. Lee).
Spinel Armor ¿ Clearly the Way to Go (M.C.L. Patterson, A.A. DiGiovanni, D.W. Roy, and G. Gilde).
Fracture Mechanism of Armor Ceramics and Composites.
Controlled Explosive Indentation on Ceramics (D.K. Kim, J.H. Kim, Y.–G. Kim, C.–S. Lee, D.–T. Chung, C.W. Kim, J.H. Choi, and S.–N. Chang).
Evidence of Ductile (Alumina) and Brittle (Boron Carbide) Response
of Ceramics under Shock Wave Loading (E.B. Zaretsky, V.E. Paris, G.I. Kanel, and A.S. Savinykh).
Dynamic Failure and Fracture of the TiC–Steel Composite (E.B. Zaretsky, N. Frage, and M.P. Dariel).