FAB-500 M-62 (Black Painting) Soviet/Russian High Explosive Bomb Model 1962
A high explosive bomb is one that employs a process called 'detonation' to rapidly release its chemical energy. Detonation is distinct from deflagration in that the chemical reaction propagates faster than the speed of sound (often many times faster) in an intense shock wave. Therefore, the pressure wave produced by a high explosive is not significantly increased by confinement as detonation occurs so quickly that the resulting plasma does not expand much before all the explosive material has reacted. This has led to the development of plastic explosive. A casing is still employed in some high explosive bombs, but with the purpose of fragmentation. Most high explosive bombs consist of an insensitive secondary explosive that must be detonated with a blasting cap containing a more sensitive primary explosive.
3D model Information
.3ds, .fbx and .obj files format does not have textures/materials applied and will not render like the preview images.
Real-world scale in mm.
Originally created with 3ds Max.
Presentation Images rendered with V-Ray.
This 3D model contains 5 objects collected in group.
Unique and understandable names for objects, materials, textures.
Model created for subdivision.
TurboSmooth Off - 2030 polygons.
TurboSmooth Iteration 1 - 16240 polygons.
TurboSmooth Iteration 2 - 64960 polygons.
Decal_1.png - 2000x600 px with alpha channel.
Decal_2.png - 2000x600 px with alpha channel.
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