Effect of gasdynamic conditions on energy output of secondary reactions in propellant action of explosives
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We have studied the propellant action of mixtures of explosives with aluminum. We have shown that the gasdynamic conditions under which the work of head-on propulsion is done affect the energy output of the secondary reactions occurring the detonation products. We formulate the basic features of the process of energy release by aluminized explosives.
KeywordsAluminum Dynamical System Mechanical Engineer Explosive Energy Release
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