Anton Brink Frantsovich( Scientific artillery, Lieutenant-General, Chief Inspector of Marine artillery)
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Biography Anton Brink Frantsovich
Born in 1851, graduated from the Mikhailovsky Artillery Academy, he entered the Obukhovskii steel mill and later served in the Marine Technical Committee. Lectures on the internal ballistics and the design of artillery shells and artillery shells in the St. Michael's Academy. In 1885, Mr.. in the Russian navy made its first designed by 6-inch (demountable) gun, 35 calibres long. Brink printed: "Resistance tubes, . cylinders and tools, . consisting of one or many layers, . Effects of external pressures "(" Sea Collection ", . 1889), "Influence of slant of the axis of pins on the fine pointing guns" (1893), "The strength of the shells and the effect of shock tubes in the channel means and at a meeting with the vertical barriers (in print,
. in 1895. and lithograph. in 1899), "Design of shells. Part I-I. The properties of powders and their effect in closed vessels and artillery guns "(1901, translated. English and German), "Internal Ballistics, Part II, Dep. I-th: "The immediate intention of the pressure of powder gases in closed vessels and artillery guns" (1910; lithographer. course Mikhailovsky Artillery Academy).