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Propellants manufacture, hazards, and testing.
|Statement||Carl Boyars and Karl Klager, symposium chairmen.|
|Series||Advances in chemistry series,, 88|
|Contributions||Boyars, Carl, 1920-, Klager, Karl, 1908-, American Chemical Society. Division of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry.|
|LC Classifications||QD1 .A355 no. 88|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 395 p.|
|Number of Pages||395|
|LC Control Number||75087208|
propellant. For very large and long motors both the propellant grain and the motor case are made in sections; the case segments are mechanically attached and sealed to each other at the launch site. The segmented solid rocket booster for the Space Shuttle is shown in Fig. and discussed in Ref. Free Online Library: Field-portable propellant stability test equipment: the safety of ammunition stocks has been improved with the development of field-portable propellant stability testing equipment, which allows more ammunition samples to be tested. by "Army Logistician"; General interest Military and naval science.
In the manufacturing process, smokeless powders are recycled and reworked (National Research Council ). When a powder within a batch is found to be unsatisfactory, it is removed and returned to the process for use in another lot. Manufacturers save money by recycling returns by distributors or the return of surplus or obsolete military powders. Much of the research in solid propellants is devoted to improving the physical as well as the chemical properties of the fuel. Ordinarily, in processing solid propellants the fuel and oxidizer components are separately prepared for mixing, the oxidizer being a powder and the fuel a fluid of varying consistency.
not had prior training in food quality and food safety. Third, the book will be useful to food industry quality practitioners who need to become familiar with updated information relating to their work, including the evolution of manufacturing practices (GMPs), HACCP, and the ISO quality man-agement system standards. The propellant mass fraction in this case is percent. The wing area has been reduced to ft 2. The reduced propellant load should make it easier for the tanker to achieve the required altitude, and the reduction in oxidizer transfer to less than , pounds .
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Chemically crosslinked polymers synthesized during in-situ polymerization in the presence of other propellant ingredients and often with the combustion chamber of the rocket motor as the reaction vessel have been the subject of extensive research during the past 20 years.
The requirements for energy, physical properties, and processing characteristics have been reported and are also the. This chapter presents the safety characteristics of solid propellants and hazards of solid rocket motors.
During the course of their entire life cycle, from production to utilization, solid propellant rocket motors are found in many varied environments and are subjected to stresses corresponding to a series of various : Jacques Brunet.
The hazards and risks related to the handling, transportation and storage of hypergolic propellants based on highly concentrated hydrogen peroxide as an oxidiser have been analysed and discussed.
manufacturing process are not covered by the PSM standard, but are still covered by § These include: product testing and analysis which is not part of any in‑production sampling and testing of the explosive manufacturing process; chemical and physical property analysis of explosives and propellants and pyrotechnics formulations.
sile testing to ensure that the propellant has the physical properties required by the rocket motor design. Machining of solid propellant surfaces is generally done by large cutting ma-chines specially modified to accommo-date the safety hazards associated with solid propellants.
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The plethora of explosives and propellants currently in use and under development has resulted from continued research into the properties, cost, safety, stability, and predictable performance of explosives. The British were the first to respond to the threat that the manufacture of explosive materials posed.
A key test in assessing the vulnerability of propellants is the pendulum test developed at ARL. In this test, a shaped charge jet attenuated through a conditioning plate of rolled homogeneous armor challenges a propellant sample (see Figure ~.
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