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Application of Demilitarized Gun and Rocket Propellants in Commercial Explosives : NATO Science Series II: Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry - Oldrich Machacek

Application of Demilitarized Gun and Rocket Propellants in Commercial Explosives

NATO Science Series II: Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry

By: Oldrich Machacek (Editor)

Paperback Published: 31st December 2000
ISBN: 9780792366980
Number Of Pages: 235

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This book contains papers presented at the NATO Advanced Research Workshop titled "Application of Gun and Rocket Propellants in Commercial Explosives." (SST.ARW975981) The workshop was organized in collaboration with codirector Dr. Bronislav V. Matseevich (KNIIM) and held in Krasnoarmeisk, Moscow Region, Russia, October 18-21, 1999. About 70 participants from 11 different countries took part in the meeting (Russia, Belarus, Czech Republic, Germany, Belgium, China, USA, Spain, Israel, Ukraine and the Netherlands). The workshop was principally the continuation of a previous NATO workshop on Conversion Concepts for Commercial Application and Disposal Technologies of Energetic Systems" held at Moscow, Russia, May 17-19, 1994 in the specific area of the reuse of gun and rocket propellants as ingredients in commercial explosives. Oldrich Machacek Vll ACKNOWLEDGMENTS I would like to thank Dr. B.V. Matseevich, Director of the Krasnoarmeisk Scientific Research Institute of Mechanization ("KNIIM") for his extensive involvement as co-director in organizing the Advanced Research Workshop in Krasnoarmeisk, Russia. Special thanks goes to Dr. V.P. Glinskij, Dr. LV. Vasiljeva and A.I. Fedonina from KNIIM and Dr. B. Vetlicky for invaluable assistance in preparation and the smooth operation ofthe workshop.

Preface. Acknowledgments. Introduction; B. Matseevitsch. Opening Remarks; O. Machacek. Class 1.3 Composite Propellants as Ingredients in Commercial Explosives - The UteC Experience; O. Machacek, et al. Commercial Explosives on the Base of Removed Energetic Condensed Systems (Conception, Problems, Decisions); B. Matseevich. Demilitarization of Large Rocket Motors and Propellant Utilization; W.O. Munson. Utilisation of Double-based Powders and Rocket Propellants for Production of 'Dry Explosives of Slurry Type'; B. Vetlick, T. Dosoudil. Industrial Explosives from Recovered Powders and Solid Rocket Propellants; E.F. Zhegrov, E.V. Bercovskaya. Application of Cryocycling to Rocket Motor Propellant Size Reduction and Reuse; J. Lipkin, et al. Cofiring of Propellant Washout Residue with Traditional Boiler Fuels: Resolution of Operational and Environmental Issues; S.G. Buckley, et al. Conversion of Demilitarized Explosives and Propellants to Higher Value Products; A.R. Mitchell, et al. Some Aspects of the Application of Small Grain Powders in the Emulsion Explosives; P. Kohlicek, et al. Joint Demilitarization Integration; J.Q. Wheeler, J. Lipkin. New Aspects of the Development of the Industrial Explosives and Materials on the Basis of Utilized Powders; N.G. Ibragimov, et al. Small-sized Sources of Seismic Signals on the Basis of High Energy Condensed Systems for Transition Areas Ground - Water and almost Inaccessible Regions of a Land; N.M. Pelykh, et al. Physical and Chemical Principles of Slurries; C.-O. Leiber, R.M. Doherty. Detonation Properties of Gun Propellants and Slurry Explosives and their Combination; H. Schubert. Reproductive Technologies of Gunpowder Production; F.F. Raran. The Use of Surplus Smokeless Powder Propellants as Ingredients in Commercial Explosive Products in the United States; G. Eck, et al. Burning and Detonation of Water-impregnated Compounds Containing Solid and Liquid Propellants; B.N. Kondrikov, et al. Characterization of Intermolecular Explosives; R.M. Doherty, C.O. Leiber. Safety Aspects of Slurry Explosives; N.H.A. van Ham. Use of Converted High Energy Value Explosive Materials as Industrial Energetic Materials; N.K. Salygin, et al. The Technology of Slurry as Dispersing Media for Powders and Propellants; J.C. Libouton. Promising Boosters for Blasting Commercial Explosives in Boreholes; V.P. Iliyn, et al. The Application of Reclaimed Explosives in Commercial Emulsion Explosives; N.I. Rabotinsky, et al. Utilization of Composite Propellants with Obtaining Specific Products; A.J. Salko, et al. Creation of Safe on Manipulation Industrial Explosives and Products for Mining Industry on the Basis of Gunpowder; V.P. Glinskiy, et al. Basic Directions of Works on Utilisation of Pyrotechnic Products and Ammunition; N.M. Varenych, V.G. Dzhangarian. Powerful Insensitive Hybrid Explosives using Inorganic Propellants/Pyrotechnics in Conjunction with Organic CHO Compounds for Tailorable Blast Applications; A.J. Tulis. Conditions of Ammunition Utilisation in People's Republic of China, Tsin Chanjung.

ISBN: 9780792366980
ISBN-10: 0792366980
Series: NATO Science Series II: Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 235
Published: 31st December 2000
Publisher: Springer
Country of Publication: NL
Dimensions (cm): 24.41 x 16.99  x 1.35
Weight (kg): 0.41