Conversion Concepts for Commercial Applications and Disposal Technologies of Energetic Systems

Conversion Concepts for Commercial Applications and Disposal Technologies of Energetic Systems

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A very complete survey of different approaches adopted by Eastern and Western countries for the disposal of surplus ammunition. Incineration and other techniques for the disposal of high explosives, gun and rocket propellants are introduced and discussed in relation to environmental and safety requirements. Proposals for and examples of the re-use of military explosives in commercial applications are given. Topics discussed range from the conversion of energetic systems into chemical raw materials to the new development of energetic systems with special features for commercial use (such as producing artificial diamonds by detonation, self-propagating high-temperature synthesis, fire extinguishing, etc.).
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Product details

  • Hardback | 276 pages
  • 155 x 235 x 17.53mm | 1,310g
  • Dordrecht, Netherlands
  • English
  • 1997 ed.
  • XVI, 276 p.
  • 0792346491
  • 9780792346494

Table of contents

Introduction. Energetic Condensed Systems Directions of Conversion and Ways of Use for Determination of Actual Economical Scientific and Technical Problems; A.A. Rodionov, et al. Disposal of Ammunition in the Federal Republic of Germany: An Overview; G. Rotter. Demilitarization Research and Development Technology for Conventional Munitions; L. Sotsky. Utilization Methods for Explosives Withdrawn From Military Stocks: Designing, Carrying Out and Practical Implementation; E. Milewski, et al. Demilitarization Technology and Examples of Conversion; B. Brouqueyre, J.M. Tauzia. Demilitarization and Disposal - United Kingdom Studies and Applications; A.S. Cumming. Munitions Disposal as a Total Concept; N.H.A. van Ham. New Type of Artificial Diamonds and Physical-Chemical Fundamentals of their Creation; G.V. Sakovich, et al. Comprehensive Utilization of Conventional Ammunition and Released Explosives; B.V. Matseyevich, Yu.M. Leshchinsky. Self-Propagating High-Temperature Synthesis: History of One Initiated Conversion; A.G. Merzhanov. Electric Prospecting for Oil and Gas Fields Using Powerful MHD Generators; J.A. Besruk, et al. Advanced Disposal and Recycling Technologies of Energetic Materials; H.H. Krause. Development of Solid Propellants for Effective Fire-Extinguishing Systems; A.P. Denisjuk, et al. Reformulation/Reuse of Explosives: Propellants and Pyrotechnics for Commercial Applications; D. Burch. Pyrotechnic Aerosol Generating Compositions and Fire Suppressing Systems on Their Basis; N.A. Silin, V.N. Emel'janov. Usage of Explosion Technology for Recovery of Armoured Ordnance; B.A. Abramov, et al. Problems of Trotyl (TNT) Processing Into Condensation Monomers, Polymers and Dyes; V.A. Tartakiovsky, et al. Re-Use of 155 MM He Auxiliary Projectilesfor Practice Rounds and Industrial Explosives; P. de Wit. Usage of Explosive Technologies for National Economy; Yu.I. Krasnoshyokov. Industrial Explosives Based on Double-Base Propellants; B.M. Balojan, et al. Development and Manufacturing of Charges, Including Charges on Base of Explosives Extracted During Unloading of Ammunition, For Crushing Mill Heavy Scrap and Overtyres; S.P. Smirnov, et al. Chemical and Biological Processes for Decomposition of Nitrocellulose-Based Propellants; A. Dahn. Use of Powders in National Economy; E.F. Okhrimenko, et al. Balliste Powder as a Material Source for Polymer Varnishes: Adhesives and Composites; V.V. Shilov. Possibilities and Experience of the Ammunition Effective Utilization on the Industrial Objects; U.G. Schukin, et al. Abrasive Water Jet Cutting of Munitions and Explosive Incineration in a Fluidised Bed; J. Campos, et al. Processing of Energetic Materials with Supercritical CO2; P. Gerber, et al. Disposal of Energetic Materials by Alkaline Pressure Hydrolysis and Combined Techniques; G. Bunte, H. Krause. Index.
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