2 edition of Chemical problems connected with the stability of explosives. found in the catalog.
Chemical problems connected with the stability of explosives.
Symposium on Chemical Problems Connected With the Stability of Explosives (1st 1967 FoМ€rsvarets Forskningsanstalt)
by Sektionen för Detonik och Förbränning within Svenska Nationalkommittén för Mekanik in Stockholm
Written in English
|Statement||[Edited by J. Hansson. Organized by Försvarets Forskninganstalt and Sektionen för Detonik och Förbränning within Svenska Nationalkommittén för Mekanik.|
|Contributions||Hansson, Jan, ed., Försvarets forskningsanstalt (Sweden), Svenska nationalkommittén för mekanik. Sektionen för detonik och förbränning.|
|LC Classifications||TP271 .S9 1967|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||237|
|LC Control Number||74475358|
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AD ORNI/TM STABILITY OF EXPLOSIVES IN ENVIRONMENTAL WATER AND SOIL SAMPLES January M. P. Maskarinec C. K. Bayne L. H. Johnson S. K. Holladay R. A. Jenkins B. A. Tomkins Supported by U.S. Army Toxic and Hazardous Materials Agency DOE LAG No. A1 U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and U.S. Air Force DOE LAG No. A1 and U.S. ?Dockey= This book is devoted to one, but sufficiently general operational method, which absorbs many operational methods known to date and allows for the uniform solution of both classical problems, involving differential equations with partial derivatives, and the absolutely new problems of mathematical physics, including those connected with non @mirtitles.
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LXXVII.—Some physico-chemical problems connected with the stability of explosives. Cyril Norman Hinshelwood Abstract. The first page of this article is displayed as the abstract. About. Cited by. Related. Back to tab navigation As with all highly energetic substances, explosives are not perfectly stable – their safety and functional features change during ageing.
The extent of chemical instability strongly depends on the chemical structure of the explosive – aromatic and aliphatic nitro compounds, secondary nitramines, and organic azides are relatively stable, whereas aliphatic nitrate esters suffer from much Chemical stability, thermal behavior, and shelf life assessment of extruded modified double-base propellants.
11th symp. on chemical problems connected with the stability of explosives, Bastad () [Sweden] Google Scholar. G.B. :// Twelfth Symposium on CHEMICAL PROBLEMS CONNECTED WITH THE STABILITY OF EXPLOSIVES Karlsborgs Fastning, Karlsborg, Sweden, May, TIB/UB Hannover 89 Edited by O Listh Organized by Sektionen for Detonik och Eighth Symposium on CHEMICAL PROBLEMS CONNECTED WITH THE STABILITY OF EXPLOSIVES Strbmstad, JuneEdited by J Hansson Organized by Sektionen for Detonik och Fbrbranning within Svenska Nationalkommitten for Mekanik UB/TIB Hannover Book Announcements Book Announcements Proceedings of the Ninth Symposium on Chemical Problems Connected with the Stability of Explosives, Margretetorp, Sweden, AugustJ.
Hansson (Ed.), Sektionen for Detonik och Forbranning, Sundbyberg, Sweden, Ordering from the publication service c/o Technical Manager B. Soderberg, Hanssons Pyrotekniska, S Assessment of Stability of Propellants and Safe Lifetimes.
Wim P. de Klerk. Corresponding Author. In general these tests are applied for propellants and sometimes explosives, although the general application worldwide (as far they are in use by countries) is whether the explosives themselves are likely to affect structural components in their vicinity - as occurs for example, when corrosion of metal parts is observed.
Questions regarding stability and chemical reactivity apply equally to the propellant charges, particularly those Literature. Rudolf Meyer † Search for more papers by this author.
Book Author(s): Rudolf Meyer † Military Explosives and Ammunition; Ballistics. Analytical and Testing Methods. Encyclopedias and Tables. Governmental Regulations, Acts and Comments commercial explosives ranges from to g/cc.
For free running explosives, the density is often specified as the pounds of explosives per foot of charge length in a given size borehole. With few exceptions, denser explosives give higher detonation velocities and pressures.
Density is an important consideration when choosing an :// Symposium on chemical problems connected with the stability of explosives Chemical stability of explosives Chemical problems connected with the stability of explosives: Responsibility: organized by Sektionen för detonik och förbränning within Svenska nationalkommittén för :// Stability is also affected by the presence of moisture since moisture promotes decomposition of the explosive and, in addition, causes corrosion of the explosive's metal container.
For all of these reasons, hy-groscopicity must be negligible in military explosives. :// Louis A. Medard, Ellis Horwood Limited, ChiChester, England,English Edition, pp.; ISBN Proceedings of the Eighth Symposium on Chemical Problems Connected with the Stability of Explosives, Juneedited by Jan Hansson, Sektionen for Detonik och Forbranning, Sundbybcrg, Sweden, ; ISSN Introduction to Explosives and Propellants Part of the text from part-I of this chapter has been presented: 1.
Venkatachalam. Santhosh, K.N. Ninan "High Energy Oxidisers fcir Advanced Solid Propellants and Explosives" Advances in Solid Propellant Technology, P1 International HEMS1 Workshop, Ranchi, India, 4 1 Emulsion Formation, Stability, and Rheology Flocculation This process refers to aggregation of the droplets (without any change in primary droplet size) into larger units.
It is the result of the van der Waals attraction that is Suggested Citation:"2 Improving the Capability to Detect Explosives." National Research Council. Containing the Threat from Illegal Bombings: An Integrated National Strategy for Marking, Tagging, Rendering Inert, and Licensing Explosives and Their Precursors.
Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: / All chemical explosives are unstable and are slowly decomposing at all temperatures above absolute zero, 0 °K. LXXVII.?Some physico-chemical problems connected with the stability of Regulation on the handling of explosives precursors Statutory authority: Prescribed by the Norwegian Directorate for Civil Protection 2 June with statutory authority in Act No.
20 of 14 June relating to the Prevention of Fire, Explosion and Accidents involving Hazardous Substances and the Providing several approaches to stability, safety, and controlled combustion of flammable substances, Thermal Decomposition and Combustion of Explosives and Propellants is a multi-dimensional resource for graduate students, researchers and professionals interested in chemical kinetics, the combustion and synthesis of high-energy materials Second Symposium on Chemical Problems connected with the Stability of Explosives, Tyringe, Sweden, May 25 - 27,organised by the Section of Detonation and Combustion, The Swedish National Committee of Mechanics in cooperation with the Research Institute of.
Y. Yamashita, K. Sakamoto, in Cosmetic Science and Technology, Interfacial Rheology Interfacial rheology has been found to be a key factor in the stability of emulsions, foams, and so such cases, understanding the interfacial rheology over a broad range of frequencies and of the adsorption/desorption kinetics is :// stability against coalescence processes is only achieved if σ effect also contributes to the stability of emulsions and is strongly connected with the Gibbs - Marangoni effect (1) Gibbs - Marangoni Effect (2) A closer look at an emulsion droplet (O/W) liquid The testing of primary explosives for stability and compatibility In: Jenkins, J.M., White, J.R.
(eds.) Proceedings of the International Conference on Research in Primary Explosives, vol. 3, pp. 20/1–20/19, Waltham Abbey () Google Scholar