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Effects of Various Binders on PBX Composition Performance
[rquote=667236&tid=158081&author=MineMan]What chemicals are needed to make that binder? I ha ...
13-11-2021 at 05:18
by: Marsh
Effects of Various Binders on PBX Composition Performance
There's some evidence throughout various publishings suggesting HTPB-based binders are of many benef ...
13-11-2021 at 03:35
by: Marsh
Effects of Various Binders on PBX Composition Performance
To clarify the title;

When producing a PBX of PETN+binder, there are many forms of binders I have ...
12-11-2021 at 01:01
by: Marsh
Polymer testing
I currently have two plastic cards, and I would like to test a second card against the first for com ...
11-6-2009 at 12:55
by: Marsh
Cooling liquid with gas
Watson,

If the cooling tube has an open end on it, wouldn't the pressure drop as soon as the liqu ...
20-9-2008 at 05:59
by: Marsh
Cooling liquid with gas
It's not to create a water bath, but rather sit in direct contact with the reactants, for temperatur ...
18-9-2008 at 20:17
by: Marsh
Cooling liquid with gas
That's what I was afraid of.

The idea was that it could be used to cool reactions from the center ...
18-9-2008 at 19:23
by: Marsh
Cooling liquid with gas
Let's say I had a small tank of CO2, maybe 225g worth. Then I attached a cord from the bottle, going ...
18-9-2008 at 17:02
by: Marsh
Unconventional Shaped Charges
Have you thought about using a small shaped cavity between the copper plate and the energetic so tha ...
8-8-2007 at 18:25
by: Marsh
Thermobaric explosives
7-10 meters from 10kilos of ammonal? Sounds a bit close if you ask me.

Was this placed above the ...
25-7-2007 at 08:25
by: Marsh
Det Cord
Managed to get out and test the cord today on a piece of 1/2 inch thick plywood. It worked great, ea ...
17-7-2007 at 14:37
by: Marsh
Det Cord
Tubing arrived today. As I expected, the poly tubing was just too soft for me to use the rod I had; ...
16-7-2007 at 17:29
by: Marsh
Det Cord
An upscaled visco machine sounds like it should definitely work, but you would imagine densities ach ...
15-7-2007 at 13:21
by: Marsh
Det Cord
Frank,

I think it is surely a combination of things you present which led to its failure.

I pe ...
15-7-2007 at 07:10
by: Marsh
Thermobaric explosives
[quote][i]Originally posted by www[/i]
just russian video.[/quote]

I'm trying to figure out what ...
14-7-2007 at 14:36
by: Marsh
Det Cord
I called it "ramming", but I picture it more as pushing the PETN down the tube in that manner, but s ...
13-7-2007 at 14:11
by: Marsh
Det Cord
I realize this topic is more for practical application than anything, so feel free to remove it if y ...
13-7-2007 at 08:19
by: Marsh
Thermobaric explosives
So this would go on to mean that it is more appropriate, based upon description, to use a surround o ...
11-7-2007 at 18:34
by: Marsh
Rocket Fuel
[quote][i]Originally posted by Xenoid[/i]
[quote][i]Originally posted by Marsh[/i]
Everyone point ...
5-7-2007 at 19:22
by: Marsh
Rocket Fuel
Truth, first of all I think you should listen to some of the things we are telling you, rather than ...
5-7-2007 at 13:15
by: Marsh
Rocket Fuel
First of all, YOUR best chance at a successful propellant is probably pressed BP running a KN of abo ...
30-6-2007 at 18:41
by: Marsh
Overloading a 1/4 watt resister
While I know the original subject is igniter-oriented, I'm curious to hear if anyone has made attemp ...
11-6-2007 at 16:24
by: Marsh
Thermobaric explosives
Sorry, it was a 1.5g PETN cap.

The Al came from a barrel of unknown use.
6-6-2007 at 22:45
by: Marsh
Thermobaric explosives
It does seem that the aluminum surrounds go on to react with the air with moderate means of pressure ...
4-6-2007 at 08:46
by: Marsh
Thermobaric explosives
So what you are saying is that it is possible to introduce enough heat from a main charge surrounded ...
30-5-2007 at 13:48
by: Marsh
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