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58. Leopold, H. S.: Initiation of Explosives by Exploding Wires. X: Capacitance-Voltage Relationships for the Initiation of PETN by Exploding Wires. NOLTR 66-188, Naval Ordnance Lab., Apr. 1967.

59. Graves, A. E.: Final Report, Exploding Bridgewire Initiator Design Improvement. Report 56-57, Thiokol Chemical Corp., Aug. 29, 1967.

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63. Anon.: JANAF Second Symposium on Solid Propellant Ignition. Vol. I and II, CPIA, held at Midwest Research Institute, Oct. 2-4, 1956 (Confidential).

64. Anon.: Engineering Design Handbook, Military Pyrotechnics Series. Part Three—Properties of Materials Used in Pyrotechnic Compositions. AMCP-706-187, U. S. Army Material Command, Oct. 1963.

65. Anon.: Design Principles and Practices for Controlling Hazards of Electromagnetic Radiation to Ordnance. NAVWEPS OD 30393, June 15, 1965.

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67. Connaughton, J. W.; Wilson, B. F.; and Wharton, W. W.: An Experimental Study of Hypergolic Ignition and Restart in a Unique Hybrid Window Motor. Report 66-69 presented at AIAA Third Aerospace Sciences Meeting (New York, N. Y.), Jan. 24-26, 1966.

68. Allen, Harrison, Jr.; and Pinns, M. L.: Relative Ignitability of Typical Solid Propellants with Chlorine Trifluoride. NASA TN D-1533, 1963.

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71. Lawrence, W. J.: Development of a Hypersolid Ignition System. Report UTC-2137-FR, United Technology Center, Aug. 1966 (Confidential).

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86. Anon.: 260 Inch Diameter Motor Program. Report AFRPL-TDR 65-24, Aerojet-General Corp., Jan. 1965.

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100. Anon.: Reliability Prediction. Military Standard MIL-STD-756, Rev. A, May 15, 1963.

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102. Anon.: Nut Locking—250° F, 450° F, 800° F, 125 Ksi Ftu, 60 Ksi Ftu, and 30 Ksi Ftu. Military Specification MIL-N-25027, Rev. C, Mar. 22, 1965.

103. Anon.: Safety Wiring and Cotter Pinning, General Practices for. Military Standard MS 33540, Rev. E, Dec. 31, 1968.

104. Anon.: Sealing, Locking and Retaining Compounds Single Component. Military Specification MIL-S-22473, Rev. D, Amend, no. 1, Feb. 4, 1969.

105. Anon.: Metals, Definition of Dissimilar. Military Standard MS 33586, Rev. A, Dec. 16, 1958.

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108. Anon.: Resistors, Fixed, Wire-Wound (Power Type), General Specification for. Military Specification MIL-R-26, Rev. E, July 11, 1967.

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111. Miller, E. L.: Shock Initiation Through a Barrier, Paper 26 (EIS-A2357) presented at Electric Initiator Symposium Franklin Institute (Philadelphia), Oct. 1-2, 1963.

112. Anon.: Engineering Design Handbook, Explosive Series. Properties of Explosives of Military Interest. AMCP-706-177, U. S. Army Material Command, Mar. 1967.

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114. Thomsen, R. K.; and Weber, E. F.: Stand-Off Bridgewire Safety and Arming Device. Report 231, Bermite Powder Co., Apr. 17, 1961.

115. Stresau, R.; and Degner, R.: Miniaturization of Out-of-Line Explosive Safety Systems. Report 5EED-67 presented at Fifth Symposium on Electroexplosive Devices, Franklin Institute (Philadelphia), June 13-14, 1967.

116. Nance, Paul D.: Development of a New Safe-Arm Initiator for Solid Propellant Rocket Engines. Publication 1-1, presented at the Fourth JANAF Ignitability Panel Meeting, Olin Mathieson Chemical Corp. (East Alton, 111.), Apr. 1960 (Confidential).

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118. Anon.: Preclusion of Hazards from Electromagnetic Radiation to Ordnance, General Requirements for. Military Specification MIL-P-24014, Amend, no. 3, Sept. 22, 1965.

119. Anon.: Proceedings of Second HERO Congress on Hazards of Electromagnetic Radiation to Ordnance. Report FI-F-B1982, Franklin Institute, Apr. 30-May 1-2, 1963.

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121. Peterson, W. R.: Investigation of a Close Tolerance Pyrotechnic Metallic Delay Element. FA Report R-1693, Frankford Arsenal, Sept. 1963.

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125. Lowry, E. M.: Ignition Studies. BPC Report 290, Bermite Powder Co., Dec. 31, 1962 (Confidential).

126. Von Elbe, G.: Theory of Solid Propellant Ignition and Response to Pressure Transients. Bulletin of the Interagency Solid Propulsion Meeting, Vol. Ill, CPIA Publication No. 18, Chemical Propulsion Information Agency, June 1963.

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128. Scheier, W.: Pressure Transients for Boron-Potassium Nitrate Igniters in Inert, Vented Chambers. Report TR-32-33, Jet Propulsion Lab., California Institute of Technology, Sept. 1960.

129. Bryant, G. J.; and Lawrence, Evan K.: A Method for Predicting Ignition Energy Requirements of Practical Propellant Systems. Part III, NAVORD Report 6134, Naval Ordnance Lab., Feb. 2, 1959 (Confidential).

130. Isom, K. B.: Prediction of Ignition Transients Using the Analog Computer. CPIA Publication No. 138, vol. 1, Third Combustion Conference held at JFK Space Center, Feb. 1967.

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132. Dilauro, G. F.; Linden, L. H.; Most, W. J.; and Summerfield, M.: Theoretically Predicted Ignition Transients in Solid Propellant Rocket Motors. Report 802, Princeton Univ., July 1967.

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♦135. Jones, R. A.: Analog Computer Operating Procedures for Ignition Transient Problem Solution. DDTM 67-08, Rocketdyne, Mar. 22, 1967.

136. Anon.: Boron Plus Potassium Nitrate. Naval Ordnance Specification OS-9765, Rev. B, Apr. 19, 1962.

137. Anon.: Aluminum Potassium Perchlorate Igniter Pellets. Naval Ordnance Specification OS-9833, Rev. A, Amend, no. 1, June 30, 1960.

138. Anon.: Aluminum Potassium Perchlorate Powder. Naval Ordnance Specification OS-9878, June 15, 1959.

139. Anon.: Powder, Metal (for Use in Ammunition). MIL-P-4067, Rev, B, Amend, no. 1, July 22, 1967.

140. Anon.: Magnesium Powder. Military Specification JAN-M-382, Rev. A, Amend, no. 2, June 23, 1949.

141. Anon.: Plastic Molding Material—Polytetrafluoroethylene (Tfe-fluorocarbon), Federal Specification L-P-403, Rev. B, July 22, 1968.

142. Anon.: Molding Plastic, Polytetrafluoroethylene (Tfe-fluorocarbon Resin). Military Specification MIL-M-14077, Rev. A, July 9, 1965.

143. Anon.: Engineering Design Handbook, Military Pyrotechnic Series. Part One: Theory and Application. AMCP-706-185, U. S. Army Material Command, Apr. 1967.

144. Anon.: Summary of Solid Propellant Ignition Studies. BPC Report 229, Bermite Powder Co., Apr. 1961 (Confidential).

145. Anon.: Test Methods for Electronic and Electrical Component Parts. Military Standard MIL-STD-202, Rev. D, Apr. 14, 1969.

146. Anon.: Preparation and Burning of Liquid Castable Propellant Strands. Ordnance Data OD 28715, July 15, 1964.

147. Anon.: ICRPG Solid Propellant Mechanical Behavior. Publication No. 21, Chemical Propulsion Information Agency, Sept. 1963.

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