Pyroshock was induced by a 1/2-inch explosive bolt
as shown in Figure 21 and measured by three LDVs.
You see the blue streaks of the spinfusors in the distance, the occasional explosion of an explosive bolt
and as the enemy weaves left and right amidst the chaos, narrowly but inexorably drawing further and further away, you know it won't be enough, you know that it has to be you.
is a kind of simple, high reliable, and efficient pyrotechnic release devices, widely used in aerospace, missile weapons, and underwater launch system, such as booster rockets separation, stage separation, fairing separation, and the release of external tanks [1, 2].
Last Thursday, Beagle was released from its mother ship, by the use of an explosive bolt
, and began its drop to its final resting place on the Red Planet.
In military aircrafts such as fighter jets, pyrotechnic fasteners (explosive bolts
) are used to secure ejectable canopies, these type of aerospace fasteners are called specialty fasteners and specialty fasteners have relatively limited application than general purpose fasteners.
This had to incorporate a ring of explosive bolts
to allow the separation of the stages.
When NASA sends a signal to separate the balloon from the parachute, it also fires explosive bolts
that tear open a large seam in the balloon so that the helium can escape.
Set us free!" I set off some explosive bolts
, the cage collapsed and the "customers" were freed.
Soon after the deorbit burn, explosive bolts
split the Soyuz into three.
Weapons range from pistols to crossbows (with explosive bolts