An investigation of solid propellant combustion in standard and high acceleration environments
Netzer, David Willis
Klahr, Owen Allen
Gerhard, Robert Ross
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Nonmetallized double-base and composite propellant, metallized composite propellant, and ammonium perchlorate (AP)/binder sandwich combustion were studied in standard and high acceleration environments Experimental techniques used were high speed motion pictures, twocolor schlieren, laser schlieren, and centrifuge mounted combustion bombs. It was found for double-base propellant that the temperature increased continuously from the surface into the visible flame.
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