Novel Micro- and Nanofuels: Production, Characterization, and Applications for High-Energy Materials View Full Text


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2016-08-20

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Alexander B. Vorozhtsov , Alexander S. Zhukov , Mansur Kh. Ziatdinov , Sergey S. Bondarchuk , Marat I. Lerner , Nikolay G. Rodkevich

ABSTRACT

In this paper, the problems of production and characterization of nanosized metals (nanosized aluminum) and microsized metal borides (including aluminum, titanium, magnesium) are discussed. The preferences of application for high-energy materials are presented. Also, the technique for production of nanometals is described which is the electric explosion wire method. The results of characterization of nanometals produced by that method are shown and discussed. To protect an active surface of nanoparticles, the different ways for passivation are suggested. Different polymers including Viton and Fluorel are suggested as passivated agents. The problems of chemical stability and chemical compatibility are discussed. A technique for production of metal borides is also described which is known as self-propagating high-temperature synthesis (SHS) and the subsequent mechanical treatment. The result is microsized borides which have an average size of around 5 μm with a sharp curve for distribution sizes. The purity is enough for use as fuel of high-energy materials. The results of TEM, SEM, X-ray, DSC, and TG analyses are also presented and discussed. More... »

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235-251

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