- A pyrotechnic device used to initiate burning of a fuel mixture or a propellant.
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- Ignition dropping
- A method of loading explosives in which the explosive is mixed with a liquid vehicle and applied to the bridgewire. Also called primer spotting.
- Ignition System
- The initial element of an explosive system that provides power, command and control of electrical, optical or mechanical input stimuli to the first element of an explosive train.
In rocketry, product of the average thrust and the burning time.
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- A highly exothermic composition or material that is primarily used to start fires.
- The amount of pyrotechnic composition added to the charge, at one time, during the process of loading.
- Descriptive of the condition of a device that contains no explosive, pyrotechnic or chemical agent.
- Inhibited propellant
- A propellant grain in which a portion of the surface area has been treated to control or prevent burning.
- The beginning of the deflagration or detonation of the explosive in an explosive item.
- A device used as the primary stimulus component in all explosive or pyrotechnic devices such as a detonator, primer or squib, which, upon receipt of the proper mechanical or electrical stimulus, produces a burning or detonating action.
- Input test
- A test applied to an explosive device to determine if it functions upon receiving proper stimulus.
The Donor and Acceptor units make up the Inter-connect Assembly. The donor is a single or dual input port unit that has an extending piston. The Acceptor Assembly is a receiving unit designed to function when struck by the piston of the donor.
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