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Экспериментально-теоретическое исследование горения высокоплотных топлив К. С. Рогаев, А. Д. Сидоров, Е. Ю. Степанов

By: Рогаев, Константин СергеевичContributor(s): Сидоров, Алексей Дмитриевич | Степанов, Евгений ЮрьевичMaterial type: ArticleArticleContent type: Текст Media type: электронный Other title: Experimental and theoretical investigation of the high-density propellants combustion [Parallel title]Subject(s): высокоплотные топлива | экспериментально-теоретические исследования | баллистические установки | горениеGenre/Form: статьи в сборниках Online resources: Click here to access online In: Перспективы развития фундаментальных наук. Т. 1 : сборник научных трудов XVIII Международной конференции студентов, аспирантов и молодых ученых, 27–30 апреля 2021 г Т. 1 : Физика. С. 292-294Abstract: In internal ballistics of barrel systems, a promising trend is related to the increasing of projectile muzzle velocity by means of high-energy propellants utilized as a traveling charge. The use of a loading scheme with a traveling charge allows one to increase the loading density and to redistribute the energy of powder gases in the space behind the projectile, which leads to a significant increase in the muzzle velocity of the projectile. In this work, a experimental study of the dispersion and combustion of high-density propellants under dynamic pressures, provided in a model ballistic installation, is carried out. The main ballistic characteristics of shots are obtained, which use a classic scheme of loading with a propellant charge made of pyroxylin powder and a scheme with a traveling charge, where, in addition to the propellant charge, a high-density propellant is included.
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In internal ballistics of barrel systems, a promising trend is related to the increasing of projectile muzzle velocity by means of high-energy propellants utilized as a traveling charge. The use of a loading scheme with a traveling charge allows one to increase the loading density and to redistribute the energy of powder gases in the space behind the projectile, which leads to a significant increase in the muzzle velocity of the projectile. In this work, a experimental study of the dispersion and combustion of high-density propellants under dynamic pressures, provided in a model ballistic installation, is carried out. The main ballistic characteristics of shots are obtained, which use a classic scheme of loading with a propellant charge made of pyroxylin powder and a scheme with a traveling charge, where, in addition to the propellant charge, a high-density propellant is included.

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