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My original hope was for this plate to be able to stop the 9mm hand guns, I would've been happy if it succeeded in just that. But I was blown the heck away at the armor's ability to not get blown the heck away. by any of my shotgun rounds. Next step, 5.56 resistant plates maybe? Music: Intro song is "Angel Whisperer" by Rameses B, building music is "Every Cloud", also by Rameses B. Action music is "Guile Theme" from Street Fighter.
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BYU mechanical engineers have created an origami-inspired, lightweight bulletproof shield that can protect law enforcement from gunfire. The new ballistic barrier can be folded compactly when not in use, making it easier to transport and deploy. When expanded — which takes only five seconds — it can provide cover for officers and stop bullets from several types of handguns. “We worked with a federal special agent to understand what their needs were, as well as SWAT teams, police officers and law enforcement, and found that the current solutions are often too heavy and not as portable as they would like,” said Larry Howell, professor of mechanical engineering at BYU. “We wanted to create something that was compact, portable, lightweight and worked really well to protect them.” In working with law enforcement, BYU researchers learned much of what is currently used hasn’t evolved much from medieval times: shields that are mostly flat, awkward plates that cover only one person. Current barriers are so heavy and cumbersome they make it difficult for officers to move into position. The barrier Howell and his colleagues designed is made of 12 layers of bulletproof Kevlar and weighs only 55 pounds (many of the steel-based barriers in current use approach 100 pounds). The BYU-built barrier uses a Yoshimura origami crease pattern to expand around an officer, providing protection on the side in addition to protecting them in the front. In testing, the barrier successfully stopped bullets from 9 mm, .357 Magnum and .44 Magnum pistols. “Those are significant handguns with power,” Howell said. “We suspected that something as large as a .44 Magnum would actually tip it over, but that didn’t happen. The barrier is very stable, even with large bullets hitting it.” The researchers constructed the barrier prototypes to be extremely stiff and protective throughout, while also maintaining the flexible qualities of Kevlar fabric so they can be folded compactly. Since Kevlar fabric is subject to fraying, abrasion and is sensitive to sunlight and water, the team also made a concentrated effort to reinforce it against the environment. “It goes from a very compact state that you can carry around in the trunk of a car to something you can take with you, open up and take cover behind to be safe from bullets,” said Terri Bateman, BYU adjunct professor of engineering and research team member. “Then you can easily fold it up and move it if you need to advance your position.” In addition to protecting police officers, researchers believe the barrier could be used to protect children in a school or a wounded person in an emergency situation. Although the ballistic barrier is now just in prototype form and not currently in use by any law enforcement agencies, Howell and Bateman have tested it with officers on site. The response has been positive so far. “There are a lot of risks to law personnel and we feel like this particular product can really make a difference and save a lot of lives,” Bateman said. “It makes us feel like we’re really making a difference in the world.”
People that are affluent and in the public spotlight require protection that is subtle and concealable. Being in the public eye requires these individuals to wear clothing that does not stand out from the norm. No more is body armor the dominion of politicians and the military, it is now available for the elite who can afford it. Today’s armor is no longer bulky and uncomfortable, modern day technology has introduced new lightweight materials that are barely discernible from ordinary fabric and textiles. The next evolution in fashion is bulletproof clothing, correctly called ballistic or bullet resistant clothing that protects its wearer from projectiles fired at close range. Top 5 unbreakable vault: https://youtu.be/WZj9zOGmliE Top 5 most expensive chocolates: https://youtu.be/Od9Wc58INZE Top 5 facts about how to become a great mechanical engineer; https://youtu.be/x0g61SQN2z0 Top 5 facts about how to become a great computer engineer https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4c-3M_xFyws top 5 richest countries in the world 2016: https://youtu.be/VnkJu9YOrsg top 5 most powerful economy countries in world 2016: https://youtu.be/5R5Lr4M_pXo Top 5 most powerful army countries in the world 2016: https://youtu.be/VMy0Dw2xaY4 top 5 largest companies in world: https://youtu.be/WJN2DRFy9Oc thanks for watching SUBSCRIBE TOP 5 welcome..!
this test was to show a new ballistic fabric that will stop a .45ACP handgun round dead in its tracks! the round was fired and was a direct hit just at the nape of the neck being simulated by the backpack, just under the grab handle on the inside edge is where the material was placed and zipped in to hold. 2 rounds were fired at opposing edges where the material is weakest and both rounds were stopped cold, without any damage at all to the material, not even a single strand in the point of impact was compromised at all. with the help of www.frontline-resources.com you can have a custom bag of your choice made with this fabric inside of the back panel to help aid in your everyday survival! the material is so light you would not even notice it was there, but if the time ever arose that it was put to the test it will provide you with a tool and a sense of security for yourself or a loved one! www.facebook.com/solutions4survival www.frontline-resources.com http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPilL9lLcq8W8AzypRDXG8A http://stores.ebay.com/frontline-survival-resources www.twitter.com/survivalsolute
Today we answer the age old question; what's the difference between Carbon fibre/fiber, Kevlar and Fibreglass? 30 Second version here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o4eNFAJIeHI Links to videos used as filler material Random tensile test: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D8U4G5kcpcM Carbon tension test: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u_XDUWgzs_Y Carbon manufacturing video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kaoq8Mc4xxw Sparks from F1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dYCNkdgrx9c F1 wing flex: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7U8GHTRU_Ak Wing Failure: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Fr1tpeLBYI Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Kyleengineers Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/KYLEDRIVES Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/shadowraceengineering/ Race car consulting: http://www.jkfaero.com G+: https://plus.google.com/103663408131824188800 Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/Kyleengineers
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