Computation of Blast Pressures foam Propellant for Compaction of Soil
Keywords: Aircraft, Ammonium perchlorate, Foam propellant strip
AbstractThe knowledge of blast pressure characteristics is a pre-requisite for a suitable application of foam propellant to emergency military construction such as compacting of the soil from an aircraft using the foam propellant. The foam propellant considered here is a combination of hydrazine and ammonium perchlorate. The blast pressure is found to be a function of the quantity of foam propellant used and the distance of the observation point. This paper attempts to compute the blast pressure versus time characteristics of a foam propellant strip.
How to Cite
Agarwal, K., & Ram, B. (2014). Computation of Blast Pressures foam Propellant for Compaction of Soil. Defence Science Journal, 24(1), 23-30. https://doi.org/10.14429/dsj.24.6499
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