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    STP910

    Comparative Results of Autogenous Ignition Temperature Measurements by ASTM G 72 and Pressurized Scanning Calorimetry in Gaseous Oxygen

    Published: 01 January 1986


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    Abstract

    The autogenous ignition temperature of four materials was determined by ASTM (G 72) and pressurized differential scanning calorimetry at 0.68-, 3.4-, and 6.8-MPa oxygen pressure. All four materials were found to ignite at lower temperatures in the ASTM method. The four materials evaluated in this program were Neoprene®, Vespel SP-21®, Fluorel E-2160®, and nylon 6/6.

    Keywords:

    heat measurement, oxygen, pressure, autogenous ignition temperature, Neoprene®, Vespel SP-21®, Fluorel E-2160®, nylon 6/6


    Author Information:

    Bryan, CJ
    Aerospace technology materials engineer, John F. Kennedy Space Center, NASA, Kennedy Space Center, FL

    Lowrie, R
    Senior research metallurgist, The BOC Group, Inc., Technical Center, Murray Hill, NJ


    Committee/Subcommittee: G04.01

    DOI: 10.1520/STP19312S