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RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT LEADING TO PERFECTION OF INSTRUMENTATION OF ELECTROEXPLOSIVE DEVICES
DENVER RESEARCH INST COLO
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An investigation of vacuum deposited n-type and p-type lead telluride films is described, and their use as thin film thermocouple constituents is discussed. An analysis of heat transfer in vacuum deposited thermocouples is presented and the dependence of thermocouple time constant and sensitivity on geometry is shown. Investigations using both photoconductors and thermocouples to instrument EEDs Electro Explosive Devices, reducing time response of thermocouples electronically, and applying other types of detectors to instrumenting EEDs, are discussed. Author
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