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Industry manufactured most of the missiles' components--one exception being an energetic material called "ABL 2434," a casting powder in gas generators that power launch.
The contractor will provide research and development in three research weapons core competencies: weapon effectiveness, damage mechanisms and energetic materials.
The film weaves together early concert footage and hilariously monosyllabic television interviews with powerful and energetic material from the sell-out gigs, resulting in a film that will be a must for the band's legions of fans.
Senior Manager Energetic Materials & Mechanical Testing, ATK (Technology Innovator) Jennifer Hwu, Ph.
You want an explosive to deliver a lot of destructive energy," says Thomas Klapotke of the Ludwig Maximilians University of Munich, an expert in energetic materials.
stated, "We believe that our patent-pending technology will allow weapons to carry twice as much energetic material for every pound of weapon delivered, or to pack the same explosive punch in a much smaller weapon.
Researchers in the physical sciences report their findings or review the literature on metals, ceramics, polymers, composites, and energetic materials such as explosives and oxidizers.
Description of the business and reasons for the acquisition HEM, based in Saetre, Norway, manufactures and supplies RDX and HMX, and other niche energetic materials for explosives and propellant applications.