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Synergistic and Novel Effects in Composite Solid Propellant Combustion.

Author: Warren C Strahle; John C Handley; GEORGIA INST OF TECH ATLANTA.
Publisher: Ft. Belvoir Defense Technical Information Center 01 OCT 1974.
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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This report summarizes experiments and analysis concerned with sandwich and cast composite solid propellant combustion. The ingredients used in the experiments are ammonium perchlorate as the oxidizer, hydroxyl terminated polybutadiene as the binder and four catalysts: Harshaw catalyst CU-0202, Fe2O3, ferrocene and iron blue. Cinephotomacrography and the fuze wire technique are used for combustion visualization and  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Warren C Strahle; John C Handley; GEORGIA INST OF TECH ATLANTA.
OCLC Number: 227378067
Notes: See also report dated 1 Nov 73, AD-770 601.
Description: 68 p.

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This report summarizes experiments and analysis concerned with sandwich and cast composite solid propellant combustion. The ingredients used in the experiments are ammonium perchlorate as the oxidizer, hydroxyl terminated polybutadiene as the binder and four catalysts: Harshaw catalyst CU-0202, Fe2O3, ferrocene and iron blue. Cinephotomacrography and the fuze wire technique are used for combustion visualization and burn rate determination. Scanning electron microscopy is used for quenched sample visualization. Areas investigated are (a) analytical and experimental determination of synergistic catalytic effects in sandwich and propellant combustion, (b) the loading of ferrocene into the binder at the molecular level and its effect on sandwich combustion, (c) differential scanning calorimetry of catalyst laden binder and (d) analysis of sandwich deflagration.

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