The detonation and sensitivity properties of the aluminized explosives for the underwater weapon with different formulations are tested, and the effect of the formulation compositions on detonation and sensitivity properties of the aluminized explosives is analyzed and discussed.
Using 13 kinds of aluminiferous explosives with known explosion heat, BP neural network is trained and the relation of composition and explosion heat is built up. Subsequently, 6 kinds of explosives are predicted and 13 kinds are certificated. It proves this method has high precision and can be used to predict the explosion heat of unknown aluminiferous explosive with similar composition.
For aluminized explosives, test of stability against temperature was carried out by heating samples at 75 °C and loss of nitrogen was studied by measuring the ratio of aluminium to nitrogen in the sample.
We formulate the basic features of the process of energy release by aluminized explosives.
For aluminized explosives, the increased-conductivity zone corresponds to the high-temperature region which is due to the reaction of metal with detonation products of explosives.
Mechanical Sensitivity and Detonation Parameters of Aluminized Explosives
Acceleration Ability and Heat of Explosive Decomposition of Aluminized Explosives