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ablative material

[′a·blə·div mə′tir·ē·əl]
(materials)
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The missile pitched up at 134 seconds into flight so while the planned range was not reached and the reentry vehicle was not recovered, telemetry indicated that the fiberglass melamine ablative material had functioned as expected.
Caption: Centerfire pistol cans very effectively muffle the sound of a gunshot but will remain unpleasantly loud unless the can is charged with an ablative material and used with subsonic ammo.
Adding a little ablative material is called shooting the can "wet" and greatly increases a sound suppressor's efficiency.
As I understand the science adding a bit of ablative material (Vaseline, wire pulling gel, water, even urine, etc.
This is due to the absence of validated predictive models for ablative material behaviour models are tuned to bulk material properties from tests.
The first release of the disc will include the first four volumes--from ablative materials to carbons--represented by over 4000 records, including images, tables, and graphs.
Recently, we showed at an RTM conference organized by the PPE (Pyle de Plasturgie de l'Est) some of our achievements in the development of flex-seal cowls," said Martine Dauchier, R&D Phenolic Ablative Materials Engineer, Snecma Propulsion Solide, SAFRAN Group.
Also, for ablating thermal protection materials, accurate measurement of the recession rate is a critical task forthe characterization and proper modelling of the ablative materials.