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Its new generation of aerosol-type spray cans use a patented compressed-air propellant system.
These gas pockets would create an empty space for the rushing propellant to fill, fostering the pressure surge.
While a typical Soxhlet extraction of a single-base propellant requires up to 72 hrs, SFE accomplishes the task in less than one.
I selected lab data using the Speer 180-grain Hot-Cor Spitzer SP and looked for loads producing the highest velocity in a 24-inch SAAMI test barrel and how much propellant it required to reach said velocity.
"Launch vehicles tend to be large because you need a large amount of propellant to reach space," Patrick Harkness, the lead researcher behind the latest work, said in a (http://phys.org/news/2018-05-aim-stars-rocket.html) statement .
One weekend last fall, I began seriously testing Enduron propellants. My sons and I tested 11 load combinations with variations in charge, bullet type, and seating depth, in three rifles (7mm SAUM, .300 WSM, and .338 Lapua).
(NYSE:OA) said it recently signed a contract with Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) to produce propellant and pressurant tanks for Lockheed Martin's updated A2100 satellite platform.
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.
Dr Jill Miscandlon, heading up the project at the AFRC, said: 'Airbus DS is at the forefront of the industry and this collaboration sees us looking at the components needed to make the propellant tanks and advising on potential manufacturing methods.
The process of reloading a shotgun shell consists of pressing out the spent primer, sizing the metal head and plastic hull back to the original size, then recharging the hull with a new primer and propellant, inserting a wad, shot or sabot and projectile and crimping the round to return it to the original overall length.