Requirements for Initiation and Sustained Propagation of Fuel-Air Explosives
Final rept. 1 May 1982-30 Apr 1983
MCGILL UNIV MONTREAL (CANADA)
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CONTENTS Requirements for Initiation and Sustained Propagation of Fuel-air Explosives Measurements of Cell Size in Hydrocarbon-air Mixtures and Predictions of Critical Tube Diameter, Critical Initiation Energy, and Detonability Limits Effect of Geometry on the Transmission of Detonation through an Orifice Large-Scale Experiments on the Transmission of Fuel-air Detonations from Two-Dimensional Channels Diffraction of Detonation from Tubes into a Large Fuel-air Explosive cloud Dynamic Parameters of Gaseous Detonations High-speed Turbulent Deflagrations and Transition to Detonation in H2-Air Mixtures. Keywords Reprints.
- Ammunition and Explosives