Composition[ edit ] Scholars are almost  unanimous in considering the works of the Appendix spurious primarily on grounds of style, metrics, and vocabulary. The individual components are older: The poems are all probably by different authors, except for the Lydia and Dirae which may have a common author, and have been given various, nebulous dates within the 1st century AD. The Culex and the Ciris are thought to have been composed under the emperor Tiberius.
This section is designed to illustrate the characteristics of machine gun fire, the types of enemy targets that might be engaged, and how to successfully apply machine gun fire on those enemy targets. Read the appropriate FM as shown in Table A-1 for more weapon-specific information on engaging enemy targets with a particular machine gun.
Characteristics of Fire A Line of Sight A Burst of Fire A A burst of fire is a number of successive rounds fired with the same elevation and point of aim when the trigger is held to the rear.
The number of rounds in a burst can vary depending on the type of fire employed. Trajectory is the curved path of the projectile in its flight from the muzzle of the weapon to its Com 155 appendix f.
The major factors that influence trajectory are the velocity of the round, gravity, rotation of the round, and resistance of the air. As the range to the target increases, so does the curve of trajectory Figure A Maximum ordinate is the highest point above the line of sight the trajectory reaches between the muzzle of the weapon and the base of the target.
It always occurs at a point about two-thirds of the distance from weapon to target and increases with range. Like trajectory, maximum ordinate increases as the range increases Figure A Trajectory and maximum ordinate. Cone of Fire A The cone of fire is the pattern formed by the different trajectories in each burst as they travel downrange.
Vibration of the weapon and variations in ammunition and atmospheric conditions all contribute to the trajectories that make up the cone of fire Figure A The beaten zone is the elliptical pattern formed when the rounds within the cone of fire strike the ground or target.
The size and shape of the beaten zone change as a function of the range to and slope of the target, but is normally oval or cigar shaped and the density of the rounds decreases toward the edges.
Gunners and automatic riflemen should engage targets to take maximum effect of the beaten zone. The simplest way to do this is to aim at the center base of the target.
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Most rounds will not fall over the target, and any that fall short will create ricochets into the target Figure A Effective Beaten Zone A Because of dispersion, only that part of the beaten zone in which 85 percent of the rounds fall is considered the effective beaten zone.
Effect of Range on the Beaten Zone A As the range to the target increases, the beaten zone becomes shorter and wider.Nov 01, · PART 52—LICENSES, CERTIFICATIONS, AND APPROVALS FOR NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS. Part Index. General Provisions. Sec. Scope; applicability of 10 CFR Chapter I provisions.
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The first part of these guidelines is a list of baseline amounts or ranges for frequently-cited probable violations.