REGULATION OF BURNING SPEED FOR THE GRANULES OF HIGH ENERGY MATERIALS IN MILITARY FIELD (SINGLE-BASED PROPELLANT) USING ABSORPTION OF CAMPHOR METHODS
Keywords:efficiency of propellant, phlegmatic propellant, absorbing camphor.
As launchers for artillery weapon, grains were used that have energy in military equipment (also known as the single-based propellant). Each type of artillery weapon has a special requirement for muzzle velocity and pressure in which for the ammunition used for weapon with long barrel and high power, the term "increasing the efficiency of propellant" means, it is extremely important to improve the muzzle velocity of the projectile while maintaining maximum pressure in the barrel. This article presents one of the key approaches to "increasing the efficiency of propellant" by regulation the grain velocity of the initial particles of propellant by absorbing camphor on their surfaces (phlegmatic propellant).
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