Chemical Rockets and Flame Explosives Technology.
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Chemical Rockets and Flame and Explosives Technology. With high pressure spraying refinement technology of explosive, we obtain ultrafine powder of TATB and HMX. The Study on Ultrafine Explosives’ Sensitivity. The middle diameter of them is 746 and 242, that is to say those two kinds explosives belong to ultrafine explosive. Impact test indicate that the impact sensitivity of ultrafine TATB and HMX is decreasing in some degree. However the shock sensitivity is increased and the increased range.
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An explosive (or explosive material) is a reactive substance that contains a great amount of potential energy that can produce an explosion if released suddenly, usually accompanied by the production of light, heat, sound, and pressure. An explosive charge is a measured quantity of explosive material, which may either be composed solely of one ingredient or be a mixture containing at least two substances. The potential energy stored in an explosive material may, for example, be.
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Without explosives we probably would still be riding around in horse-drawn carriages; yet when most people think of explosives, they think only of bombs and artillery shells used in warfare. Urbanski, . Chemistry and Technology of Explosives, Vol. I, Pergamon Press, Elmsford, New York, 1964. Cook, M. The Science of High Explosives, Van Nostrand Reinhold, New York, 1958. Compiled from annual issues of Mineral Industry Surveys, Bureau of Mines, .
Holzmann, Chemical Rockets and Flame and Explosives Technology, Marcel Dekker 1969. Sep 30, 2005 Jonathan Kirwan Guest. RFNA and WFNA figured incessantly in the liquid binary fuel-oxidant systems of US (and, I'd assume, other) rockets around the 1950s-60s, in the quest for high specific impulse.