> The new BATF regulations could make KClO4 propellants less
> They deliver only 70-75% of the Isp of NH4ClO4 propellants, so high
> range G's are problematic. Also, they burn much hotter than AP
> composites, so their use in reloadables is also problematic. With
> Isp and without the segmentation dodge (unless the technology is
> than I judge it to be) the G-I range is going to be tough to fill.
> that is no problem, and above that, all motors will be
Hmmm they burn hotter but the chamber temp is still low?
Isnt the charactestic exhaust velocity proportional to the
square root of the temp?