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Glossary of commercial explosives industry terms

Institute of Makers of Explosives

Glossary of commercial explosives industry terms

by Institute of Makers of Explosives

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Published by Institute of Makers of Explosives in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Dictionaries,
  • Explosives

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesSafety Library publication -- no. 12
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTP270.A2 G55 2007
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv, 51 p. ;
    Number of Pages51
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25403664M
    LC Control Number2011377530

    Glossary of Common Terms and Abbreviations Index Preface to the First Edition THE writer of a book on explosives is immediately faced with a difficult task of selection. He must decide what relative importances to place on High Explosives and Propellants (flexicover) (hardcover) CHAPTER 1Cited by: Encyclopedia of Explosives and Related Terms, Volume 1; Feforoff, Basel T.; Picatinny Arsenal: Dover, Google Scholar GOCE. Glossary of Commercial Explosives Industry Terms ; Publication No, 12; Institute of Makers of Explosives, Google ScholarAuthor: Malcolm A. Fox.

    Introduction to Explosives FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY C4: Analysis and Trends U.S. manufactured so likely to be found in countries where the U.S. has military connections A preferred terrorist explosive – Used in U.S.S. Cole and Bali nightclub bombings – Recommended in Al-Qaeda’s traditional curriculum of explosives training.   Explosives Glossary. Ron Owen Free Stuff GLOSSARY OF TERMS EXPLOSIVES. Alarm: a signal given by an EDS that indicates to the operator that a detection of explosive material has been made. For a technological system such as an IMS the alarm might be either audio (e.g., a buzzer sounds) or visual (e.g., a message on a computer screen).

    A written form of security from a surety company to the owner, on behalf of an acceptable prime or main contractor or subcontractor, guaranteeing the completion of the work in accordance with the terms of the contract. Contract Period. regulations is a complete glossary of terms. You must have a commercial driver's license (CDL) with a hazardous materials endorsement before driving vehicles carrying hazardous materials which require placards. You must pass a written test about the regulations and requirements and successfully complete a Federal Security ThreatFile Size: 2MB.


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Commercial Explosives - Explosives designed, produced, and used for commercial or industrial applications rather than for military purposes.

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View Abstract Product Details. Glossary & Acronyms. Glossary: IME publishes a Glossary of Commercial Explosives Industry Terms as Safety Library Publication (SLP) Number 12 which is available here for purchase or free download.

Acronyms: The following is a List of Acronyms commonly used in the commercial explosives industry. Industrial Explosives.

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Anti-Lock Breaking System (ABS). An explosive (or explosive material) is a reactive substance that contains a great amount of potential energy that can produce an explosion if released suddenly, usually accompanied by the production of light, heat, sound, and explosive charge is a measured quantity of explosive material, which may either be composed solely of one ingredient or be a mixture containing at least two.

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Explosive, detonating. Definition of commercial explosives. Explosives designed, produced, and used for commercial or industrial applications rather than for military purposes. Ref: Meyer. Click here to see list of references, authorities, sources and geographical terms as used in this glossary.

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(Currently classified as Division materials.) Commercial Explosives – explosives designed, produced, and used for commercial or. In terms of explosives and blasting: The 'donor' is the first part of the Donor-Receptor relationship that delivers energy to the receptor.

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2 Characteristics of Explosive Materials 3 Manufacture, Handling, and Use of Commercial Explosives 4 Manufacture, Handling, and Use of High Explosives 4 Manufacture, Handling, and Use of Low Explosives 9 Manufacture, Handling, and Use of Blasting Agents 10 3 Glossary of Industry Terms | Synrad SYNRAD® is a registered trademark of Novanta Corporation.

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