2 edition of Energetics of propellant chemistry found in the catalog.
Energetics of propellant chemistry
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||[by] Bernard Siegel [and] Leroy Schieler.|
|Contributions||Schieler, Leroy, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||TL785 .S52|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 240 p.|
|Number of Pages||240|
|LC Control Number||64023860|
Monopropellants are propellants consisting of chemicals that release energy through exothermic chemical decomposition. The molecular bond energy of the monopropellant is released usually through use of a catalyst. This can be contrasted with bipropellants that release energy through the chemical reaction between an oxidizer and a fuel. Propellants, Explosives, Pyrotechnics Vol Issue 2. Book Review. Chemistry of High‐Energy Materials, Thomas M. Klapötke Ernst‐Christian Koch. NATO Munitions Safety Information Analysis Center, Bruxelles. Search for more papers by this author.
Propellant Chemistry Hardcover – January 1, by Stanley F. Sarner (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover, Import "Please retry" — Author: Stanley F. Sarner. It presents the fundamental bases of the energetics of materials, deflagration and detonation, thermochemical process of decomposition and combustion, plus combustion wave structures. The book also goes on to discuss the combustion mechanisms of various types of energetic materials, propellants, and explosives, based on the heat transfer.
Authored by an insider with over 40 years of high energy materials (HEMs) experience in academia, industry and defense organizations, this handbook and ready reference covers all important HEMs from the s to the present with their respective properties and intended purposes. Written at an attainable level for professionals, engineers and technicians alike, the book provides a comprehensive Reviews: 1. liberate its energy without producing one. Black powder, for example, may burn in the open air. An explosion may occur without an explosive, that is, without any material which con-tains intrinsically the energy needful to produce the explosion. A steam boiler may explode because of the heat energy which has been put into the water which it.
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Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ — $ Hardcover $ 5 Used Cited by: Description: The book is a treatise on solid propellants in nine chapters, covering the history, chemistry, energetics, processing and characterization aspects of composite solid propellants, internal ballistics, advanced solid propellants, safety, quality and reliability and homogenous or double base propellants.
The book also traces the. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Siegel, Bernard. Energetics of propellant chemistry. New York, J. Wiley  (OCoLC) Document Type. Energetics of Propellant Chemistry. Bernard Siegel and Leroy Schieler.
Wiley, New York, xiv + pp. Illus. $10Author: Robert W. Van Dolah. The book is a treatise on solid propellants in nine chapters, covering the history, chemistry, energetics, processing and characterization aspects of composite solid propellants, internal ballistics, advanced solid propellants, safety, quality and reliability and homogenous or double base propellants.
The book also traces the evolution of solid propellant technology in ISRO for launch vehicles. This book is organized into six parts encompassing 25 chapters that serve as an introduction to the broad and important subject of propellant chemistry and propulsion applications.
The first part deals with the sources, availability, and comparative costing of propulsion system. Try the new Google Books. Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features Propellant Chemistry.
Stanley F. Sarner. Chapman and Hall, are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Contents. Background and Flight Dynamics.
1: Energetics and Performance of Propellant System. The book is a treatise on solid propellants in nine chapters, covering the history, chemistry, energetics, processing and characterization aspects of composite solid propellants, internal ballistics, advanced solid propellants, safety, quality and reliability and homogenous or double base s: 2.
Chemical Energetics. In Inorganic Chemistry you have learned that the material world is made up of some 90 natural occuring chemical elements, some more abundant than others. They combine with each other to make up compounds, mixtures, solutions, coloids, aggregates, and composite materials.
The atoms are made up of tiny nuclei and surround by. Energy is needed to break bonds, and is given out when the new bonds are formed. It is very unlikely that these two processes will involve exactly the same amount of energy - and so some energy will either be absorbed or released during a reaction.
You will find this discussed in more detail in the page about bond enthalpies. Simple energy diagrams. (Chemistry World, December ) "I can visualize the magnitude of work and efforts put in this assignment from the quantum of information packed in this book.
Indeed this book is going to be a very good guidebook for the professionals dealing with high energy materials and a milestone in the literature on explosives, propellants and by: Rocket propellant is the reaction mass of a reaction mass is ejected at the highest achievable velocity from a rocket engine to produce energy required can either come from the propellants themselves, as with a chemical rocket, or from an external source, as with ion engines.
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We recall that the total energy of the bonding electrons is lower when the two atoms are separated by the bond distance than when they are separated by a great distance.
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Vitthal S. Kulkarni Ph.D., Charles Shaw Ph.D., in Essential Chemistry for Formulators of Semisolid and Liquid Dosages, Hydrocarbon Propellants. Hydrocarbon propellants are used in topical pharmaceutical aerosols because of their environmental acceptance, low toxicity, and lack of reactivity.
They are useful in three-phase (two-layer) aerosol systems because they are immiscible. highly energetic materials. This book also reflects the research interests of the author.
It was decided to entitle the book “Chemistry of High-Energy Materials” and not simply “Chemistry of Explosives” because we also wanted to include pyrotechnics, propellant charges and rocket propellants into the discussion.
On purpose we. This second edition of the classic on the thermochemistry of combustion now features five new chapters and updated coverage of significant recent developments in the field. Addressing both experimental as well as theoretical aspects, the book covers the thermochemical and combustion characteristics of all important types of energetic materials, such as explosives, propellants, and the.
It presents the fundamental bases of the energetics of materials, deflagration and detonation, thermochemical process of decomposition and combustion, plus combustion wave structures. The book also goes on to discuss the combustion mechanisms of various types of energetic materials, propellants, and explosives, based on the heat transfer.The early forms of these new propellants were as extruded strands sometimes called cords, indeed, they were known generically as cordites.
Otherwise they were spheres or flakes, the propellant powders, an example being ballistite. As the science of gun ballistics rapidly developed and these new propellants were used in large caliber guns, the geometries of the propellant pieces, or ‘grains.News: Colour figure reproduction is free for submissions made after July use of colour is encouraged for increased clarity.