Handbook Of Pyrotechnics

Handbook Of Pyrotechnics

by Karl O. Brauer
ISBN-10:
082060349X
ISBN-13:
9780820603490
Pub. Date:
12/19/1974
Publisher:
Chemical Publishing

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Overview

Handbook Of Pyrotechnics

This handbook provides extremely useful data and information about theory and industrial applications that formerly were limited to applications in military ordnance, fireworks, and rock blasting.
These “civilian” applications include spacecraft, aircraft, underwater vehicle systems, metal forming, cladding, riveting and some other production methods. Also pairs well with: Fireworks, Principles and Practice, 4th Edition, ISBN: 0820604070; Military and Civilian Pyrotechnics, ISBN: 0820603643; Pyrotechnics, ISBN: 0820601128. Visit us at www.chemical-publishing.com

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780820603490
Publisher: Chemical Publishing
Publication date: 12/19/1974
Edition description: REPRINT
Pages: 416
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.93(d)

Table of Contents

Contents:

Introduction

Part I - Explosive Materials

Chapter 1 - Explosives and Compositions A. Priming Materials B. Propellants C. High Explosives D. Explosive Cord E. Explosive Sheet F. Time Delay Compositions G. Heat-Producing Materials H. Smoke-Generating Materials I. Sound-Producing Materials J. Bi-Metallic Exothermically Alloying Composition K. Explosive Materials for Future Space Applications

Chapter 2 - Properties of Explosives A. Priming Materials B. High Explosives C. Deflagrating Materials D. Component Materials for Explosive Compositions E. Development Trends

Part II - Explosive Actuated Devices

Chapter 3 - Initiators A. Electrical Explosive Initiators
1. Explosive Squibs and Power Cartridges a. Squibs b. Power Cartridges
2. Igniters a. Electric Matches b. Igniter and Initiator Cartridges c. Through-Bulkhead Initiators d. Confined Detonating Fuse for Igniter Systems e. Pyrocore Igniter
3. Detonating Cartridges
4. Selection of Firing Current and Sizing of Bridgewire
5. Non-Electric Stimulus Transfer Systems B. Mechanical Explosive Initiators
1. Percussion Primers
2. Stab Primers C. Unconventional Initiators

Chapter 4 - Piston and Bellows Devices A. Actuators B. Thrusters C. Pin Pullers D. Cable and Hose Cutters E. Line Cutters F. Valves G. Switches

Chapter 5 - Explosive Bolts

Chapter 6 - Explosive Nuts

Chapter 7 - Release Mechanisms A. Clamp Separators B. Rod Separators C. Ball Release Mechanisms D. Parachute Release Mechanisms Chapter 8 - Gas Generators A. Gas Cartridge Actuators

Chapter 9 - Location Aids A. Flares B. Smoke Generators C. SOFARBombs

Chapter 10 - Special Devices A. Heaters B. Earth Anchors C. Underwater Devices

Part III - Pyrotechnic Systems

Chapter 11 - Aircraft Systems A. Seat Ejection Systems B. Release Systems for Tanks, Stores and Equipment C. Emergency and Rescue Systems D. Drone Systems

Chapter 12 - Spacecraft Systems A. Launch and Control Systems B. Emergency Systems C. Stage Separation Systems D. Fairing Release Systems E. Recovery and Landing Systems

Chapter 13 - Missile Systems A. Safety and Arming Systems B. Ignition Systems C. Control Systems D. Stage Separation Systems E. Destruct Systems

Part IV - Reliability and Testing

Chapter 14 - Effects of Environmental Conditions

Chapter 15 - Reliability Theory

Chapter 16 - Quality Assurance Testing

Chapter 17 - Present and Future Requirements

Part V - Pyrotechnic Production Methods

Chapter 18 - Explosive Forming

Chapter 19 - Explosive Welding

Chapter 20 - Explosive Riveting

Chapter 21 - Explosive Cutting

Part VI - Appendix

References Nomenclature Abbreviations Glossary Index

Pairs well with it's companion book MILITARY AND CIVILIAN PYROTECHNICS

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