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Star Trek-style force-field armour being developed by military scientists. The idea is similar to the force fields portrayed in science fiction movies which produce an invisible protective shell around a vehicle or object. Professor Bryn James, head of Dstl's armour and protection science and technology centre, said the electric armour had the potential to dramatically decrease the weight of military vehicles and tanks. Currently few tanks are able to carry enough armour needed to resist impacts from RPG rounds, which produce jets of molten copper capable of punching through more than foot of solid steel upon impact.
He said: "The supercapacitor material can be charged up and then discharged in one powerful event to repel incoming fire. "You would think this would require huge amounts of energy, but we have found it can be done with surprisingly small amounts of electrical power. "Conventional armour is just a lump of metal but an RPG round can punch through more than a foot of steel. Carrying around enough armour to protect against that is extremely heavy. Image result for brain teaser.