Energy Conversion. I. Non-Propulsive Aspects.
Research Program review.
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The papers included here were presented at the review of Energy Conversion non-propulsive aspects programs which was held 26-27 March 1974 at the University of Denver, Phipps Memorial Conference Center. Sessions were devoted to Fuels and to Pyrotechnics. Papers are entitled Aluminum soap - hydrocarbon gel structures Mechanisms of flame inhibition by chemical agents High-density and low-viscosity missile fuels Infrared spectral distribution of high temperature sources Pyrotechnic flare spectroscopy Alkali metal flame emitters A mathematical model of flare plume combustion and radiation Research on endothermic binders Precursor smoke formulations Chemiluminescence for the determination of the kinetics and mechanism of jet fuel oxidative degradation.
- Combustion and Ignition