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High Explosives and Propellants

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by S. Fordham
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High Explosives and Propellants by S. Fordham

High Explosives and Propellants, Second Edition is a four-part book classified into High Explosives, Blasting Accessories, Application of High Explosives, and Deflagrating and Propellent Explosives.
Part I, High Explosives, centers on the general principles, manufacture, design, and assessment of this type of explosive. Part II, Blasting Accessories, describes initiation of explosives and different types of detonators. Part III, Application of High Explosives, deals with the commercial and military applications of high explosives. The last part, Deflagrating and Propellent Explosives, discusses the manufacture, properties, design, and application of propellants.

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Ebook Details
Pages: 218
Size: 18.4 MB
Publisher: Pergamon
Date published:   1980
ISBN: 9781483139739 (DRM-PDF)

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