spherical powder

spherical powder

[′sfir·ə·kəl ′pau̇d·ər]
(materials)
A powder consisting of globular-shaped particles.
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Target was designed to do what Titegroup, a spherical powder, would do--but in our extruded, flake-type, IMR line of powders," Hodgdon's Ron Reiber told me.
In 1947, Hodgdon acquired 80 tons of spherical powder from disassembled .
7) showed a typical splat-like morphology with the presence of few spherical powder particles, microstructure of coating seems uneven.
Hodgdon is introducing their new CFE Pistol powder, a spherical powder that measures beautifully.
During the milling, the scrap is laminated, micro-forged, cracked continuously, and then finally formed into a spherical shape powder; The size and shape of the spherical powder produced depend on the milling time.
If you want to dispense uniform charges of powder with a measure, use a ball or spherical powder, or at least use an extruded powder with a relatively fine grain.
MQP-S-9-8 is a neodymium-iron-boron (NdFeB) rare-earth magnetic alloy that comes in a spherical powder form.
The next generation of powder was a spherical powder.
Accurate TCM is a double-base, spherical powder that flowed like water through my powder measure and readily launched 35- to 40-grain bullets to 2,000+ fps in a full-size .
The apparent density was much higher for the spherical powder than for the milled pellets and steady state powder flow was observed in a horizontal rotating cylinder.
If you plan to use a powder measure, you may want to look for a ball or spherical powder rather than a stick or extruded propellant.
Perhaps the most exciting introduction from NobelSport into the United States for USPSA/IPSC shooters is Vectan SP2, a flattened-grain, double-base spherical powder.
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