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The symposium on Flammability and Sensitivity of Materials in Oxygen was held in Phoenix, Arizona, 31 March-1 April 1982, and was sponsored by ASTM Committee G04 on Compatibility and Sensitivity of Materials in Oxygen-Enriched Atmospheres. Barry L. Werley, Air Products and Chemicals, Inc., and Robert E. Lowrie, Airco Central Research Laboratories, were co-chairmen of the symposium.
Techniques Employed by the NASA White Sands Test Facility to Ensure Oxygen System Component Safety
Frye G., Pippen D., Stradling J.
Oil Film Hazards in Oxygen Systems
Metal Combustion in High-Pressure Flowing Oxygen
Bates C., Monroe R., Pears C.
Friction-Induced Ignition in Oxygen
Jenny R., Wyssmann H.
Selection of Metals for Gaseous Oxygen Service
Miller K., Slusser J.
Paper ID: STP812-EB