Flammability and Sensitivity of Materials in Oxygen-Enriched Atmospheres: Second Volume
A source book on a subject not widely addressed in the available literature. Builds upon ASTM STP 812 and examines the design and operation of oxygen systems, aspects of the ignition of materials – both metallic and nonmetallic, flammability of metals in pure and dilute oxygen, and cleanliness and contamination.
Table of Contents
The Application of Compatibility Knowledge
Ignition of Metals and Alloys by High-Velocity Particles
Armstrong D., Benz F., Williams R.
Ignition of Metals and Alloys in Gaseous Oxygen by Frictional Heating
Benz F., Stoltzfus J.
A Model of Metal Ignition Including the Effect of Oxide Generation
Ignition and Combustion Temperatures Determined by Laser Heating
The Use of the Accelerating Rate Calorimeter in Oxygen Compatibility Testing
McIlroy K., Zawierucha R.
Comparative Results of Autogenous Ignition Temperature Measurements by ASTM G 72 and Pressurized Scanning Calorimetry in Gaseous Oxygen
Bryan C., Lowrie R.
Behavior of Fire Spreading Along High-Temperature Mild Steel and Aluminum Cylinders in Oxygen
Hirano T., Sato J.
Burn Propagation Rates of Metals and Alloys in Gaseous Oxygen
Benz F., Homa J., Shaw R.
The Flammability of Carbon Steel as Determined By Pressurized Oxygen Index Measurements
Benning M., Werley B.
Case Study of Royal Australian Air Force P3B Orion Aircraft Ground Oxygen Fire Incident
Cleaning Methods and Procedures for Military Oxygen Equipment: Investigation Results
Threshold Sensitivities of Tests to Detect Oil Film Contamination in Oxygen Equipment
Gilbertson J., Lowrie R.
New Oil Detector System Enables Fully Instrumental Operation of Oxygen Reciprocating Compressors
Quantitative Low-Tech Measurement of Fluid Nonvolatile Residue
Paper ID: STP910-EB
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