propellants


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Had we been using any other propellant brand, I would have been happy with an average standard deviation below 20 fps.
In the personal care industry, propellants are utilized in the manufacturing of deodorants/antiperspirants, hair mousse, hairsprays, shaving mousse, gels, and other body care products.
The MK 90 propellant grain is the propulsion component of the Hydra 70 family of rockets used by the US military and several allied nations to support overseas operations.
In the past, propellant tanks have been fabricated out of metals.
5 meter (18 foot) tank will be one of the largest composite propellant tanks ever built and will incorporate design features and manufacturing processes applicable to an 8.
Depending on the propellant and the cartridge a one percent change in the residual moisture and volatiles content of a propellant can change the peak pressure from 5,000 to 10,000 psi, either up or down.
The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has added Honeywell's Solstice Propellant (HFO-1234ze) to the list of compounds excluded from the definition of volatile organic compounds (VOCs).
The second stage again uses liquid propellants, while the third stage is propelled by the cryogenic engine.
As Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory's Richard Behrens wrote in the January issue of this magazine: "Over the past 20 years I have worked with the Defense Department in the area of energetic material development for use in propellants and explosives .
TO BUILD A BETTER MOTOR: THE CONTINUED ANALYSIS OF PROPELLANT ADDITTIVES AND THEIR EFFECTS ON COMBUSTION.
The gelled propellants also tend to have a little more energy than the solid propellants.