Polyurethane Based Inhibition for High Flame Temperature Nitramine Based Composite Modified Double Base propellant
Keywords: Inhibition systems, Propellant inhibition bond strength
AbstractThe findings for polypropylene glycol (PPG) and hydroxyl-terminated polybutadiene (HTPB)-based inhibition systems are reported. These findings established that the inhibition system comprising HTPB-IPDI-IDP binder and Sb/sub 2/O/sub 3/-C black filler is most suitable for advanced nitramine-based composite modified double-base propellants in terms of mechanical properties and processibility. The promising composition was characterised for glass-transition behaviour and propellant-inhibition bond strength. Propellant grains inhibited with selected formulations were subjected to static evaluation at extreme temperatures and limited aging studies to obtain data of practical value.
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Kakade, S., Vaidya, M., Khangaonkar, D., Divekar, P., Kadam, U., & Asthana, S. (2013). Polyurethane Based Inhibition for High Flame Temperature Nitramine Based Composite Modified Double Base propellant. Defence Science Journal, 48(4), 371-377. https://doi.org/10.14429/dsj.48.3964
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