aluminized explosive

aluminized explosive

[ə′lüm·ə‚nīzd ik′splō·siv]
(materials)
An explosive to which aluminum has been added.
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Therefore, the aluminized explosive is usually called high explosive and has attracted much attention.
Su et al., "The effect of aluminum powder upon aluminized explosive underwater detonation performance," Journal of Safety and Environment, vol.
Rottenkolber, "Combustion of an aluminized explosive in a detonation chamber," in Proceedings of the 39th International Annual Conference of ICT, Karlsruhe, Germany, June 2008.
On this basis, the underlying reason is explored that aluminized explosives showed nonideal behavior in the process of practical application.
The thermal conductivity of aluminized explosives increases accordingly with the increasing mass percentage of Al powder, which accelerates the heat dissipation.
Chunpenga, Research on the TNT Equivalence of Aluminized Explosive, International Symposium on Safety Science and Engineering in China.
The flow behind the detonation front of the aluminized explosive is more complex than the flow behind the detonation front of an ideal explosive.
Due to the reaction of Al particles with the products, however, the classic theory for the flow of detonation products is not suitable for the nonisentropic flow of detonation products of aluminized explosive. In this section, the change of entropy of the detonation products caused by chemical reaction will be discussed.
In order to model the flow behind the detonation front of the aluminized explosive, the contribution of the Al oxidation in the products must be considered.
Consider the detonation of aluminized explosive contained in a tube so strong that the motion is confined to one dimension.
The flow behind the detonation front of aluminized explosive cannot be treated as an isentropic process approximately due to the chemical reaction of Al particles in the detonation products.
Wang, "Mechanical behavior and constitutive model of pressed aluminized explosive," Chinese Journal of Energetic Materials, vol.