EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATIONS OF ENHANCEMENT OF COMBUSTION OF HAN-BASED PROPELLANT WITH K2CO3-ACTIVATED CARBON

  • М. К. Atamanov Институт проблем горения
Ключевые слова: hydroxyl ammonium nitrate, thermal analysis, thermogravimetric analysis, the burning rate

Аннотация

Burning 95% of by HAN-based propellant with carbonized rice husk treated by K2CO3were conducted in a pressure chamber at 10, 3 and 50 atmosphere initial pressure in a nitrogen media was investigated. The thermal and catalytic decomposition processes of HAN-based propellant with carbonized rice husk composition were carried out by differential thermal (DTA) and thermogravimetric analysis (TG). The study was conducted at a heating temperature of system ranging from 297 K to 723 K under nitrogen atmosphere at a flow rate around 100 ml/min in aluminum pans. DTA-TG analysis results showed that the initial temperature of HAN decomposition in the presence of the obtained RH-based AC is comparable to Iridium catalytic effect.

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2018-01-12
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