Numerical investigations were performed to determine the influence of the spherical convex shape ceramic - alumina composite in reference to the standard double layer panel. All versions of the target were verified in an impact test including influence upon the position of the AP (Armor Piercing) 7,62x51HHS impact. The crucial parameter which was used for this verification was change in time of the PROJECTILE kinetic energy. The problem has been solved with the usage of the modeling and simulation methods as well as finite elements method implemented in LS-DYNA software. Space discretization for each option was built by three dimension elements guarantying satisfying accuracy of the calculations. For material behavior simulation specific models including the influence of the strain rate and temperature changes were considered. Projectile’s core made of HHS and aluminum plate material were described by Johnson-Cook model and ceramic target with Johnson-Holmquist model. In the studied panels the area surrounding back edges was supported by rigid wall. The obtained results show interesting properties of the new structures considering their ballistic resistance. However only certain places were chosen for tests, the protection ability against projectile attack is in general higher than the reference model. What is particularly interesting during the 6.6mm from the sphere center impact the sphere surface trajectory deviation effect is present. A projectile is not stopped here by material strength but the front layer shape. Moreover it can be assumed that this phenomenon will take place on majority of points on the sphere surface. Despite this fact, a ceramic multi sphere layer is less susceptible to overall destruction, depending on the impact point. The results of those numerical simulations can be used for designing of modern armor protection systems against hard kinetic projectiles.