Publications - Propulsion Technology

  • O-192 Mitigation Technologies for Propulsion Applications

    April 2018

    During the last decades, strong efforts have been made by the IM community to decrease the reaction level of munitions when submitted to standardized tests considered representative of operational threats such as fast and slow heating, bullet and fragment impacts, sympathetic reaction and shaped

    Christelle ColletMaud Cheneau (DGA Landing System)Emmanuel Schultz (EURENCO France)
  • L-214 Modular Charge Systems - A review

    July 2017

    This document deals with 155 mm Modular Charge Systems (MCS) for artillery weapon systems. It provides an overview of the current products as well as R&D efforts in this area.

    Emmanuel Schultz
  • L-209 Small Scaled Test Focus Area

    June 2017

    This document summarizes output from the Small Scaled Test Focus Area breakout session of the MSIAC Science of Cook-Off workshop held in Atlanta, 25th to 29th April 2016.

    Emmanuel SchultzLaura Smilowitz
  • L-204 Ignition and Growth Focus Area

    June 2017

    This document summarizes output from the Ignition and Growth Focus Area breakout session of the MSIAC science of cook-off workshop held in Atlanta, 25th to 29th April 2016.

    Emmanuel SchultzBryan Henson
  • O-159 An International Review of the Fragment Impact Test

    January 2017

    This document describes the results of an international review of the STANAG 4496 related to the fragment impact test. The purpose of this test is to assess the reaction of a munition impacted by a fragment.

    Emmanuel Schultz
  • L-192 Integrated Munitions Health Management (IMHM)

    September 2016

    This document is based upon Munitions Technology and supporting assessments on current and future health conditions. This is termed 'Integrated Munition Health Management". This report describes the background, structure and relevance to NATO.

  • L-196 Catalogue of Environmental Testing

    June 2016

    MSIAC has just published a catalogue of environmental testing facilities (L-196).

    During their life cycle, munitions are subjected to a large range of environmental conditions (Figure 1), including natural environment, induced environment, unplanned stimuli and handling.

    Julien HueberEmmanuel Schultz

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