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Impact, Thermal, And Shock Sensitivity of Molten Tnt and of Asphalt-Contaminated Molten Tnt

By Mainiero, Richard J.

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Title: Impact, Thermal, And Shock Sensitivity of Molten Tnt and of Asphalt-Contaminated Molten Tnt  
Author: Mainiero, Richard J.
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Language: English
Subject: Health., Medical research, Medical reports
Collections: Medical Library Collection
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Publisher: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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Mainiero, R. J. (n.d.). Impact, Thermal, And Shock Sensitivity of Molten Tnt and of Asphalt-Contaminated Molten Tnt. Retrieved from http://netlibrary.ws/


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The research reported here was part of the effort to evaluate the safety of a process to recover TNT from MK-9 depth bombs by the autoclave meltout process. In this process the depth bombs are heated to 121oC so that the TNT will melt and run into a vat. Unfortunately, asphalt lining the inside surface of the bomb also melts and flows out with the TNT. It is not known what effect the asphalt contamination and the higher than normal process temperatures (121oC) would have on the sensitivity of the TNT.

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