> > > You can directly exchange KP for all or some of the AP in any AP mixture.
> > > However KP has a much higher burning rate exponent so retesting is
> > > certainly needed and making a particular design work is more diffficult
> > > and the casing safety margin should be doubled for KP vs AP formulas.
> > Gosh Jerry, That just about covers it, doesn't it? I was going to add
> > my link to the rockit perpelant site but you seem to be a perpelant
> > expert. You sir, have either dazzled him with brilliance, or you've
> > baffled him....
> > Good luck, be safe,
> > Steve Bloom
And Jerry came back with:
> Steve your reply to is munged.
> So you feel it appropriate to criticize me because I actually posted
> realistic useable information on rmr instead of complaining about formula
> postings or merely posting referrals to other people's work?
> I am sorry I offended you.
Jerry Jerry Jerry. Do you really think that Bruno hit the ground runnin
after your post? This is what he said, cut and paste:
Does anybody know where to find some infos about the combinations of
Potassium perchlorate (as the oxydizer) and different kinds of fuels
(metalls, Hydrocarbons etc) as a propellant for rockets?
What are the experiences with this kind of propellant, mixture ratios,
Many Thanks for every hint!
Greetings Bruno Berger
That's what he asked and you come out with a post that sounded like the
scare crow after he got his brain from the Wizard of Oz. The guy asked
a very broad question and you gave a very narrow answer. Totally
useless. Maybe you weren't trying to impress everybody with techno
babble and were actually trying to help Bruno.
The sum of the squares of the short sides of the isocolies triangle
equals the square of the third side. (Said very rapidly with finger to