Solid Propellant Chemistry Combustion and Motor Interior Ballistics 1999

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AIAA, 2000 - Ballistics, Interior - 990 pages
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Contents

1 Flash Pyrolysis of Ammonium
3
APHTPB Mixture
11
APHTPB with TiO2 and Melamine
20
2 GasPhase Chemical Kinetics of C H N O Systems
33
Conclusions
64
3 Reactivity of Azide Polymer Propellants
73
Results and Discussion
74
Burning Rate
82
Basic Solution and Its Linear Stability
578
Conclusions
587
Nomenclature
591
Energy Release from Dynamic Combustion
597
Conclusions
603
Synopsis of QSHOD Theory Development
610
Gas Phase Kinetics FM
618
Experimental and Theoretical Response for HMX
625

Conclusions
94
Introduction
100
Conclusions
125
Molecular Structure Tailoring of Binders in TPE Propellants
134
References
140
Microstructure and Initiation by Shear
161
Effects of Microstructure on Friction Initiation
170
7 Advances in Solid Propellant Formulations
185
Conclusions
203
Structure and Properties of Dinitramide and Its Salts
212
Conclusions
218
Critical DiameterShock Sensitivity
223
Ignition due to Electrostatic Discharge ESD
233
Cookoff
240
References
262
Monopropellant Burning Characteristics
268
SolidPropellant Combustion Mechanisms
275
Conclusions
282
Combustion of DB Propellants and Active Binders
288
Pyrolysis of Inert Binders
305
Combustion of AP
307
Combustion of HMX
313
Combustion of Composite Propellants
319
Conclusions
330
Experimental
337
Conclusions
350
Research Objectives
357
Conclusions
377
5 Optical Diagnostics of SolidPropellant
381
Conclusions
408
Experimental Methods
414
Conclusions
423
Nomenclature
425
Conclusions
436
Results and Discussion
442
Conclusions
453
Conclusions
463
Nomenclature
465
Introduction
478
Conclusions
499
Nitroglycerine
513
References
528
13 BurningRate Prediction of DoubleBase
533
Burning Rate Equation of DB and RDXCMDB Propellants
540
Conclusions
546
Nondimensionalizations and Further Approximations
555
Analysis of the GasPermeation Layer
566
Conclusions
632
17 BurningRate Response Functions
639
Theory of BurningRate Response Functions
646
Conclusions
658
Introduction
663
Droplet Burning
669
Burning Aluminum Agglomerates
676
Conclusions
683
19 Detailed Studies on the Flame Structure of Aluminum
689
Experimental Approach
695
Experimental Results
703
Modeling Approach
712
Conclusions
718
Introduction and Background
724
Data Reduction Technique
734
Conclusions
743
21 Formation of Condensed Combustion Products
749
Agglomeration Behavior
755
Formation of Smoke Oxide Particles
766
Conclusions
773
Conclusions
785
1 Effect of Acoustic Oscillation on Flow Development
791
Numerical Method and Error Analysis
798
Effect of Acoustic Oscillation on Flow Evolution
809
Conclusions
817
2 Stability and Acoustic Resonance of Internal Flows
823
Discussion of Results
829
References
835
3 Turhiiknt Transport in Rocket Motor
837
Effects of Turbulence on Organized Unsteady Flow
850
Conclusions
856
Interactions Between Droplets and Gas Flowfield
862
Slag Accumulation
870
Conclusions
879
5 Combustion Dynamics of Homogenous Solid
885
Numerical Method
893
Conclusions
905
Conclusions
918
Motor Firing Details
926
Firing Results and Analysis of Motors 35
932
Firing Results and Analysis of Motors 610
945
Conclusions
956
Test Matrix
962
Source
974
Effect
982
Author Index
989
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