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SOLID ROCKET PLANT

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Contract No. NAS 9-456

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Test Data Book, Revision C

15 September 1963

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TEST W A BOOK

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Introduction

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Basic Test Requiremaat8


Motor Chamber Hydrostatlo Proof Test8 Nozzle Proof 'peat8

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Psopellant BuIning-Bate Tests


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Algol ID tbd 1 notor Demon8tra~on Testa

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Motor PerPonwmoe

Igniter Perfomname

Noazle Perfonmmoe
Destruct system PerfoxYwum
Base-Heat Perforrra~oe
Igniter Developmsnt and Igniter Tests Igniter lhitiator Developat and Test b d t s

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Destruct U n i t Developmenf and Test Results


Weathe-eal

Burst Testa

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rpaenaix
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L I r n

DATA BOOK

FIGURE LIST

L i t t l e Joe I1 Motor Chamber Hydrostatic Proof Test Setup


Nozzle Structural Test Assembly Schematic Drawing of Motor Test I n s t a l l a t i o n with Altitude F a c i l i v Motor W-7, P r e f i m Side V i e w Motor LJ-7, Prefire Front V i e w Motor W-7, -fire

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V i e w of Igniter and Transducers

Motor W-7, P r e f i r e A f t V i e w Motor U-1, P r e f i r e Nozzle View Instrumentation Locations, Motor W-7 Perfonance Characteristics, Motors LJ-1,
Summarg of Motor Performance, Motor W-1

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8
9

4 and -7 ,

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Summary of Motor Performance, Motor LJ-4


S u m m q of Motor Performance, Motor

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13

U-7

P o s t f i r e Side View, Motor LJ-1 P o s t f i r e Aft View, Motor LJ-1 P o s t f i r e Aft, View, Motor

Ilr. 15
16 17
18
19
20

U-4

P o s t f i r e A f t View, Motor W-7 P o s t f i r e V i e w of Nozzle, Motor LJ-7


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Postfire V i e w of Top Destruct-Cut, Motor W-7 Postfire V i e w of Bottom Destruct-Cut, Motor LJ-7 Side-Force Data, Motor W-7
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LITTLE JOE I1

TEST DATA BOOK

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FIGURE LIST (cont'd)

Jet-Deflection

Angle Data, Motor LJ-7

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Nozzle Temperatures at Locations ". and T 2 I N, Motor U-7 Nozzle Temperatmes at Locations "3, Mote? U-7
Metal"

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24
25

TNS, and TN8,

Nozzle Temperatures at Locations TNk, "6, and TN7,

LJ-7

Nosfie Temperature a t Location TN9, Motor W-7


Chamber Temperature at Locations E 3 and

26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33

~16, Motor LJ-7

Chamber Temperatures a t Locations TC13, TC17, and T 1 C, Motor U-7 Chamber Temperatures a t Locations T and TC15, Motor W-7 C a
Chamber Temperatures a t Locations TC12, TC8, and TC10, M o ~ oLJ-7 ~
Chamber Temgeratures f o r Locations

TC6, TCS, and TC4

Motsr LJ-7

Chamber Temperatures f o r Locations TC9, TC11, and TC2, Motor U-7

Igniter Qualification Test Results


Motor

LJ-b Ignitloc Performance Data

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35 36 37 38

Postfire View, Motor LJ-k Igniter Postfire Forward View of the P o s t f i m A f t View of Motor

LJ-4

Nozzle

U-4

Nozzle

That a t d Jhit-Cone Assembly, Postfille V i e w , Motor LJ-7 Nozzle

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LITfLG J E 1 TEST DATA BOQK O 1

FIGURE LIST (contfd)

Thma5 &trance,
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Postfire, Motor LJ-7 Nozzle

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41

Entrance Insulator, Postfire, Motor W-7 Nozzle


Postfire Vim of E x i t Cone, Motor LJ-7 Nozzle P o s t f i r e V i e w Section of Nozzle Throat, Motor W-1 Pos5fiz-e V i e w Section of Nozzle Closure, Hotor W-1
Postfire V i e w Section of Nozzle Bdt Cone, Motor LJ-1

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43

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F i r i n g of Destruct U n i t , Motor LJ-7 Ccqarison of Igniter Charge Wights-vs-Motor Free Volumes Correlation of Total Igniter Energy-vs-Delivery Rate

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46

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48

Igniter Development Proglam Phases


F i n a l Configuration of Igniter Assembly

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Sequence of Igniter Performance

Igniter Performance After Exposure t o Rctremes of E n ~ r o m e n t a Conditioning l


Preflre View of Little Joe I Igniter 1
Postfire V i e w of L i t t l e Joe I I g n i t e r I

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52

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of Ignition Perfomawe Data of Motor Ignitixx Data of Other Large Solid Rocket Motors
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with

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Aeceptmce and Qualification Test Flow C h a r t

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56

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58
Schaxra=bi=. Destruct U n i t Test Setup of

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LITTLE JOE 1 TEST DATA BOOK 1

FIGURE LIST (contd)


Figure
D e s t x c t UniL Test Asse&Iy

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Witness Plates Cut During Destruct Test


Prefire View of Test Stand and Chamber,

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MC~OF DestmcL, Tesf


P o s M z e V i e w of Test Stand PL-~~u~~cI Hamess Assembly ard Test Plates, Seven-Motsr Configuration Destruct Test Close-up o f Seven-Motor Configuration Test

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l k e q t s f r o m Fibu of Weather Seal Break Test, Fu;h-Ignitar Charge Pressurization


Weather S e d Broken by I g n i t e r Charge

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ExGespts fmm Film of Weather Seal Break Test, I g x i % r - B ~ ~st eF Charge Pressurization o

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10 . lxTRmJCTION
1.1 This Test Data Book presents the t e s t s and t e s t r e s u l t s of the

Algol I D Mod I motor and components.

The t e s t s were conducted o r directed by

Aerojet-General Corporation i n accordance with National Aeronautics and Space Administration Contract No. NAS 9-456. were test fired during the program. Three full-scale Algol I D Mod I motors

Component tests w e r e performed of i g n i t o r

i n i t i a t o r s (squibs), igniters, nozzles, motor chambers, weather seals, and destruct systems.
2.0 BASIC TEST R E Q , ,

Basic test requirements w e r e :


2.1

To demonstrate the capability of the a 1 Mod I motor t o ignite 03cD

at a l t i t u d e s over 100,OOO ft.


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To determine the pressure and thrust performance characteristics

of the Algol I D Mod I m t o r w i t h a variable cant-angle nozzle positioned at

from 0 t o 14 degrees.

2.3

To determine performance variation of the u n i t s tested.

2.4 To demonstrate t h e a b i l i t y of subassemblies t o ' perforq s a t i s f a c t o r i l y .


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W O CHAMRER HYDROSTATIC P D F PRESSURE TESTS T R RO

3.1 All'motor chambers (PN 366205) were subjected t o a hydrostatic


proof pressure test a t 725 t o 750 psig f o r three'minutes as the final operation
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of the fabrication process.


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All chambers passed the test successfully; there


The t e s t setup is shown

were no indications of leakage, yield, o r weld damage.


. i n Figure 1

4.0

NOZZIX PE O TESTS ID F

4.1 A l l nozzles (PN 366224) were proof tested with a i r maintained at 285
psig f o r five minutes, then f o r two minutes at 350 psig.

The t e s t setup i s shown

i n Figure 2.

The 285 psig pressure produces a s t a t i c load equivalent t o a 450 p s i The 350 psig i s equivalent

dynamic pressure, the operating pressure of the motor.

t o an operating pressure of 550 p s i which i s lo$ greater than the maximum expected motor operating pressure.
A l l nozzles were tested successfully with no indication

of yield, deformation, o r detrimental leakage.

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PROPELTANT B R m - A E TESTS U N GR T .

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Liquid-strand burning-rate tests were conducted of a11 propellant

batches cast i n the Algol I D motors. o specifies a burning rate of *m

The propellant specification (AGC-36026)

0 2 3 t o 0.265 in./sec at 60'~ and 400 psia. .2


The average burning rates f o r the

A l l batches were within the specified limits.

seven motors tested were: Motor


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AV

Burning Rate, in./sec


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LJ-1

256 253 254 249 245 250

LJ-2

E4-3

LJ-4
w-5
ET-6A

LJ-7

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Propellant batch burning rates w e r e evaluated further by f i r i n g of

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3KS-500 subscale motors; additional information f o r predicting Arll-scale motor operation w a s also obtained.
fired were :

The average burning r a t e s f o r the batch test motors

Full-scale &to+

Batch-Test Motors A Burning Rate, in./sec v 25 4

LJ-1
IJ-2

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243 241 242

LJ-3

LJ-4
IJ-5
LJ-6A

239
238

w-7
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AIGOL ID NDD I MXFOR DEMDNS!l!RA!IION TEST RESULTS

6.1 Motor Performance


Three full-scale Algol ID ~ o I motors, W-1 -4, ami -7, were d

f i r e d t o demonstrate the propulsion system and t o determine performance characteristics.

The motors had the improved high-altitude i g n i t e r s and


A schematic

variable cant-angle nozzle which were developed f o r t h i s program.


drawing o ' the motor test setup i s shown in Figure 3; Figures f

4 through 8 Show

an Algol I D Md I motor i n the t e s t stand. o


motor W-7 are shown i n Figure 9. i n A&ndix A.

Instrumentation locations for

The data reduction requirements a r e described

The performance characteristics of the three motors are sumarized

i n Figure 10; curves of measured chamber pressure and thrust vs time f o r motors
W-1,

-4, and -7 are

shown i n Figures 1 , 12, and 1 , respectively. 1 3

Postfire

* Cast with

propellant f r o m same batch cast i n subscale motor.

views of the motors are presented i n Figures

14 through 20,

A sequence of t e s t

events %OF mtor LJ-7 is given in Appendix B .


m most, significant factors i n a comparison of data obtained from e

mof;oap f % r l n g[ 5 i g m PO), are the average web t h r u s t and the web-burning time. ~
T e average thrust values, d i d not vary over 201 lbf, h

The differences i n the

web-b*snl.ng thee did not exceed O,6 sec.

Motor LJ-1 was f i r e d w i t h the nozzle i n the zero degree position


and a force angle of 0.6 degrees was measured between the motor and t h e test stand. Motors U-4 and W-7w e r e f i r e d with the nozzles canted a t 14 degrees.

The measured force angles between the motors and the test stand w e r e 1 . and 29
1 . degxees. 45

The side forces measured during the t e s t f i r i n g of motor

LJ-7

are shown i n Figure 21 and the resultant force angle i s shown i n Figure 22.
The discrepancies indicated above are a t t r i b u t e d t o mis-alignment of the motor

en the t e e t s t a n d during each of the tests.


Motor w-7 was instrumented w i t h a high-frequency pressure trans-

ducer and four crystal accelerometers t o c o n f i n n t h e existence of chamber


p r e s a m fluctuations indicated durfng e a r l i e r tests, The chamber pressure

remined essentially constant for 19 see without evidence of oscillations;


e a t 19 sec ose%llat,ione a t

60 t o 63 eycles/sec were recorded.

These oscillations,

wh9ch reached a

mlb s m x

amplitude of about 6 psilexieted u n t i l the end of the

by firinge The frequency of the oscillations wae c o ~ i r m e d two microphones located a f t of the motor9 and by the accelerometers.

Analysis of the microphone

data showed sound levels of lb68 decibels a t 100 f t and 140 decibels 200 f t aft
of the motor,

Recorded temperature data obtained from thermocouples (Figure 9 ) during the f i r i n g of motor U-7 w e plotted i n Figures 23 through 32.

No

significant temperature increases were indicated on e i t h e r the nozzle o r chamber during the 100 sec of recorded data. The indicated temperature changes at 90

sec are the r e s u l t of the f i r i n g o f t h e destruct u n i t .

6.2 Ignfter Perfomnce


!he t m e i g n i t e r s used on the Full-scale test motors performed

within the limits established during the i g n i t e r test and qualification


program.
D a t a obtained fromthe qualification t e s t s are given i n Figure

33.

The data indicate t h a t 754 of f u l l operating pressure for each motor was achieved within 100 millisec a f t e r ignition. The ignition characteristics

of motor W-4 (Mgure 34) are typical of those of the three motors fired. Motor U-1 was f i r e d at sea-level conditions. Motors IJ-4 and -7 were ignited
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at a simulated a l t i t u d e i n excess of 100,OOO ft.

A post-firing d e w of the i g n i t e r from Motor

LJ-4 i s shown i n

Figure 35; the rough surface o f the i g n i t e r was caused by deterioration of the external rubber insulation.

6.3 Nozzle Performance


The variable cant-angle nozzles performed s a t i s f a c t o r i l y during each of the three f i r i n g s .

The baffle rings functioned as required; no hot

geses contacted t h e main s e a l O-ring,

A summary of nozzle t h r o a t and closure

i n s u i 3 t o s e~osionI s as follows::

_%tor W-1 Motor U-4


C a n t angle, degree

Motor

U-7

Q
14e 950
a

14

14

I n i t i a l t h r o a t dia, i n . F i n a l t h r o a t dia, i n , 3lnSt;iaL closuye i n s u l a t o r dia, i n , F i n a l closure i n s u l a t o r dia, i n ,

14 950
14 9%
0

14.950

15

om

15 004
18 340
19.240

18 340
18 870

18 340 19
a

loo

The i n i t i a l t h r o a t diameter w a s measured t o t h e i n s i d e diameter of t h e


f zirconium oxide coating ( 0 , O ~ O .S5 i n , t h i c k )
Y

No t r a c e of t h e c o a t i n g remained

af'ber t h e f i r i n g ,

The observed t h r o a t e r o s i o n i s a t t r i b u t e d t o loss of t h e pro-

t e c t i v e zirconium oxide c o a t i n g ,

Two circumferential h a i r l i n e cracks occurred at t h e same l o c a t i o n s on each o f t h e f i r e d t h r o a t i n s e r t s .


"he cracks were approximately

3 i n . forward

of t h e a f t edge o f t h e g r a p h i t e n e w t h e middle.

The cracks were sharp edged, The cracks a p p a r e n t l y

clean, and did not i n d i c a t e evidence of gas f l o w or e r o s i o n .

occurred late i n t h e f i r i n g , or were t h e r e s u l t of t h e water quench,

The r e f r a s i l - p h e n o l i c c l o s u x insu1atort.s 3 d been eroded, but


s u f f i c i e n t mteria,l remained t o prevent, h e a t i n g of t h e metal parts (as i n d i c a t e d

by t h e p l o t s o f thermocouple d e t % , Figures 23 t h m u g 26) and prevent adverse


e f f e c t s t o t h e main b a l l - j o i n t s e d ,

The f l o w o f gases down t h e p r o p e l l a n t r a y s

c o n t r i b u t e d t o nonuniform e r o s i o n of the eZosure I n s u l a t o r duping t h e f i r s t of f i r i n g ,

15 sec

These e r o s i o n patters b e e m e more s e v e r e duping t h e remaining 20 s e c

of f i r i n g f"ollowir1@, the burning of the rays, The f i r e d nozzles of t h e test motors

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are shown i n Figures 36 through 44.
T e nozzle of motor L3-1 w a s sectioned f o r h

a detailed examination (Figures 42 through 44).

Examination revealed that up t o The

0.50 in. of material w a s eroded fromthe entrsnce side of the insulator. minimum diameter of the entrance had increased by 0 . 9 in.
OH

motor LJ-7; the

increase w a s less on motors IJ-1 and -4.

Examination also indicated t h a t

circumferential gas f l o w i n the non-symmetrical gap between the fixed and moveable portions of the nozzle caused erosion pockets opposite the propellant rays. .5 These eroded pockets ranged up t o 1 2 i n . i n depth. The average erosion

on t h e long sides of the entrance insulators of the nozzles canted at 14 degrees


was

0 7 in, .5
Erosion of the e x i t cones w a s r e l a t i v e l y uniform. The depth of

erosion adjacent t o t h e throat insert ranged up t o 0.25 in., and tapered t o zero near the middle of the e x i t cone. Swelling of the p l a s t i c caused a

reduction of the diameters over the aft quarter of t h e exit cone.

6.4

Destruct System Performance The destruct system of motor IJ-7 w a s activated 90 sec af'ter f i r e

switch, and approximately 50 sec a f t e r motor t a i l - o f f .

The time delay w a s

selected t o demonstrate the a b i l i t y of the destruct unit t o endure the environment existing on a f i r e d motor chamber for a time equivalent t o a second motor f i r i n g

in a multistage vehicle.

Figure 45 shows a view of the destruct u n i t i n operation.

The resultant two cuts, both the length of the cheveron shaped charge, are

shown i n Figures 19 and 20.


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If the chamber had been pressurized, the chamber

would have been completely destroyed,

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6.5 Base Eeab
Pesfom.ace

The base-heat p r o t e c t i o n provided by the nozz2.e i n s u l a t i n g boot

(PIT 366221) was demonstrated i n t h e f i r i n g of motor l~Y-7~ The nozzle i n s u l a t i n g


boot (Figure 17, p a r t i a l l y obscured by %he u t i t u d e chmnber) w a s blackened by
m soot; however, t h e boot showed no chapring e a result of expsure during t h e

s e a - l e v e l f i r i n g of motor W - l o

7.0

IGNITER D~~~

AND I G N I E R TESTS

7.1 Sllrmn~m~
A h i g h - a l t i t u d e i g n i t e r for t h e A l g o l ED rocket motor w a s developed

and 32 i g n i t e r s f i r e d during t h e program.

!The first six i g n i t e r s were f i r e d t o

e s t a b l i s h t h e i g n i t e r pyrotechnic f o m l & + f o n ; subsequently, t e n i g n i t e r s were f i r e d to e s t a b l i s h t h e best pyrotechnic charge and t o determine t h e r e q u i r e d area of t h e gas p o r t s i n t h e m f n chamber t o maintain t h e proper i g n i t e r chmnber pressure. Fourteen i g n i t e r s of f i n a l destgn
W~FP

f i r e d to determine p e r f o r m a c e

repeatability.

Three i g n i t e r s of t h e final confi@;umtion were used duping t h e

s t a t i c test firings of motors IJ-1, -4, and -.To Test r e s u l t s have confirmed t h e i g n i t i o n c a p a b i l i t y o f t h e i g n i t e r f o r use i n the A l g o l ID rocket motor.

7.2

Technical Discussion

7.2,1

Design

!he L i t t l e Joe II igniter. is rn Alelojet -type i g n l t e r designed


f o r h i g h - a l t i t u d e performance. squibs, b o o s t e r and main charges, princdpsl i g n i t e r components 3rd %he adapter,
1gni.f~ adapter, which holds

all i g n i t e r

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components together, i s use6 to mount and s e d t h e assegibiy i n t h e rocket mtor. The squibs i n i t i a t e i g n i t e r o p e r a t i o n 'by a smkl pym~technYL~a charge a c t i v a t e d

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through e l e c t r i c bridge wires. The booster chwge propagates the reaction i n i t i a t e d by the squibs; the resultant action ignit.es the main i g n i t e r charge. The booster charge consists of 90 gm of AW-14046 Alcol powder t h a t contains

alumimun powder, iron-carbonyl powder, l e d powder, and potassium perchlorate.


The main i g n i t e r charge, which consists of 3000 gm of AN-14046 Alcol m e r , provides sufficient energy t o i g n i t e the Pocket motor under the environmental conditions that msy be encountered during normal motor operation.
A comparison

of the main charge weight-vs-motor free volume of the L i t t l e Joe I1 i g n i t e r with t h a t of i g n i t e r s f o r other solid-rocket motors i s shown i n Figure 46. The t o t a l

i g n i t e r energy delivered, compared with the i g n i t e r energy delivery r a t e f o r other large-solid-rocket motors, i s shown i n Figure 47.
7.2.2

Developnental Changes I n the determination of i g n i t e r final-design c r i t e r i a ,

the following important changes were made: 7.2.2.1 I g n i t e r Main Charge Formulation

AN-14046 Alcol powder rather than AGC-32014 Alcol


powder w a s selected for t h e main i g n i t e r charge because of the superior reproducible burning characteristics. 7.2.2.2 Igniter Main Chasge Weight
A main charge weight of 3SeO gm wets selected following

t h e review of the performance of igniters with 1950 and 3OOO-gm charge weights.

The heavier charge weight provided the necessary heat energy -required t o ignite
the Algol I D rocket motor within the design requirements for a l t i t u d e conditions
and l o w ambient temperatures

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7.2.2.3
I g n i t e r h i n C h m b a r Par% S h e The port size, i n x e a s e d from ?.76 concurrently with t h e increase i n the m i n chsrge wcfght t o 5.51 sq in. and finalized.
LO

, sq-in, ~

was eventusl3.y reduced

The p r t geom&?y w&s &so c h a g e d from a single

boles. a x i a l hole t o a combination of &.n m i a l hole a d four addition%"&

This

provided a shower heat effect resuiting i n wider afstributfon of i g n i t e r energy.


n t The 5.51 sq-in.-size port maintains ch.smhw p?ess.z?~ 2 d c c n t ~ o l s h e erie*e;y

delivery rate t o provide reproducible rocket-motor ignition


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7.2.2.4

Booster Chamber Port Design

The original. t k r e e -hole booster chamber apparently


contributed t o igniter-main-chamber burnthroughs r;wld created excessively htgh pressures during functioning of the booster charge, Therefore, the port design

w a s modified t o a single-axial-hole w i t h peiLet r e t a i n e r ,

This enables t h e
%e

booster charge t o burn completely without blocking the chamber port. developnent o f t h e booster port design i s summaxized i n Figure 48,

Minor changes were a l s o made t o modify dimensional tolerances and simplify fabrication of the zomponent p a r t s
of the i g n i t e r assembly ( I 36745-79: i s shown i n Figure 49, P!
The final configuration

7.2 3 I g n i t e r Q u d Y fk a t ion Frogran


e

Data obtained from the f"i.ing of i k :@;nitex (Sa 16 through

35) which were fired t o d e t e m n e the pez-f'ot-mmce x p - i t a t i i l t y OS t h e selected


design axe given i n Figure 3 3 .
Data from rn %ddi?iona;

4 unftls [SM 14

through

1 ) which were of essentially t h e s m e f h a i Tonfigu 7,

ion and which produced

10

similarp

r e s u l t s , also are included.

The f i n a l i g n i t e r configuration w a s derived

from the analyses of data obtained from these four tests.


S i x igniters were f i r e d at sea-level and eight were tested at

a l t i t u d e conditions simulating 175,000 ft. The i g n i t e r s were conditioned at temperatures of 40, 80, and 100F for at lease I 2 hours p r i o r t o test f i r i n g .

Two

of the i g n i t e r assemblies were subjected t o random gaussian vibrations from 0 t o


4000 cycles/sec and loads from 0 to 10 g.

A single squib w a s used i n two t e s t s


These f i r i n g s are

t o demonstrate the redundancy of a back-up o r second squib. summarized i n Figure 33.

The repeatability of i g n i t e r performance characteristics (Figure 50)


i s e s s e n t i a l t o ensure successful motor ignition.

Variations of conditioning

temperature, f i r i n g altitude, number of squibs, and e f f e c t s of vibration produced

only s l i g h t changes i n these repeatability factors.


Data obtained f r o m the qualification t e s t s indicate t h a t the

average i g n i t e r chamber pressure was 6960 psia, the peak ignition pressure occurred at 0.034 sec, and the average t o t a l i g n i t e r duration w a s 0.048 sec. The e f f e c t s of extreme conditioning temperatures and f i r i n g a t a l t i t u d e s are
1 shown i n Figure 5 . Figures 52 and 53 show an a l t i t u d e i g n i t e r before and

&er

t e s t firing

7.2.4

Full-scale Motor Testing Three full-scale motors, W-1, -4, and -7, were test f i r e d

using an i g n i t e r of the f i n a l configuration.

Results obtained fromthese t e s t s

were smst identical t o t h e results obtained from t e s t f i r i n g s of the 18 qualif i c a t i o n igniters. Curves of igniter and motor pressure-vs-time f o r motor W-4
1 1

are shown i n Figure

34. Motor L3-4was i g n i t e d at a simulated e t l t i t u a e of about


The d u r a t i o n of i g n i t e r o p e r a t i o n

100,OOO f, w i t h a g r a i n temperature of 7O'F. Y

was 52 m i l l i s e c ; g r a i n i g n i t i o n was s a t i s f a c t o r y as i n d i c a t e d by t h e motor chamber


pressure of 150 p s i g at

40 m i l l i s e c .

The i g n i t i o n i n t e r n a l , defined as t h e time


The

from f i r e switch t o 75$ of i n i t i a l motor o p e r a t i n g pressure, was 72 m i l l i s e c . i g n i t i o n c h a r a c t e r i s t i c s of motors LJ-1,

-4, and -7 were similar

(Figure

333.

7 2 5 Conclusions
e e

T e s t s i n d i c a t e that t h e performance of t h e i g n i t e r q u a l i f i e s t h e i g n i t e r f o r use i n t h e A l g o l m o t o r s of t h e L i t t l e Joe I1 v e h i c l e .

A comparison

o f i g n i t i o n c h a r a c t e r i s t i c s of t h e A l g o l m o t o r igniter with t h e c h a r a c t e r i s t i c s of i g n i t e r s used i n o t h e r large-solid-rocket motors is shown i n Figure 54,

A.

The f i n a l L i t t l e Joe I1 i g n i t e r assembly w i l l i g n i t e an

Algol I D rocket motor s u c c e s s f u l l y at simulated a l t i t u d e conditions.

B.

The d u r a t i o n of i g n i t e r performance is approximately 50

m i l l i s e c and t h e igni,ion i n t e r v a l i s approximately 70 millisec.

C.

Temperatures from

40 t o 180F p r i o r t o i g n i t i o n w i l l cause

no s i g n i f i c a n t v a r i a t i o n i n i g n i t e r performance.

D. Prelaunch and launch v i b r a t i o n s w i l l . have no d e t y i m e n t a l


e f f e c t on i g n i t e r performance,

E. A s i n g l e squib w i l l . i n i t i a t e motor i g n i t i o n .

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8 .o
: G N ~ T~X'T,XOR D F ~ ~ , Y I E M ?AND TEST ~ L T L T S '
8.2
Suzlenszry

A lot of 200 i g n i t e r i n i t i a t o r s were fabricated f o r t h e L i t t l e Joe I1

program by -&lex,

Incorporated, HoPU.ster, CaliforniaL, O f these, 100 were subjected

t o qualification tests and 100 were delivered t o Aerojet.

The qualification tests


Test

(Figure 55) were conducted under Aerojet supervision a t the vendop f a c i l i t y ,

r e s u l t s indicate t h a t the i n i t i a t o r i s s a t i s f a c t o r y f o r use i n the Algol I D motor igniter. 8.2 Technical Discussion 8.2.1 Design Design c r i t e r i a were established from data obtained i n t h e successf'ul use of t h e squibs i n t h e Aerojet A l g o l IA motor igniter; t h e external I configuration of the A l g o l IIA motor i g n i t e r squibs w a s s l i g h t l y modified f o r t h e
A l g o l ID i g n i t e r i n i t i a t o r which has a d i f f e r e n t connector,

I n addition, the

Algol

$D

i g n i t e r i n i t i a t o r i s required t o operate at a l t i t u d e s up t o 200,000 ft,

The no-fire and functional design capability and the physics1 data f o r t h e squib

are shown i n Figure 56.


8,2,2

The squib configuration i s shown i n Figure 57.

Test Program
8,2.2.3.

&?ateria% and Lot Production Acceptance T e s t s

Prior t o t e s t i n g the squib lot, a Parr Bomb test w a s


conduated of the four primer and load material types to deterllIfne the heat of combustion of eazh. The materials and sample weights and the r e s u l t s of these

tests are shown i n Appendix C,

8.2,2.2

Qualification Tests The 100 u n i t s were randomly selected from the production

l o t of 200 units f o r qualification testing.

The test sequence and t h e number of Appendix C presents a description

units i n each sequence are shown i n Figure 55.

of each t e s t , t e s t method, t e s t equipment, and the t e s t r e s u l t s ,


A l l t e s t s were successfully completed and the required

r e l i a b i l i t y was demonstrated.
9.0
D E S W C T UNIT DEVELOPMENT AND TEST RESULTS

go]- s
A destruct unit f o r the Algol I D rocket motor was developed and

s a t i s f a c t o r i l y tested during the program,

The destruct u n i t consists of two

linear shaped charges fastened t o the motor chamber exterior 180 degrees apart, When t h e u n i t i s actuated on an unpressurized chamber, two cuts, each approximately
LOO i n , i n length, are produced.

During one t e s t , the destruct u n i t was actuated

on a pressurized chamber and the e n t i r e chamber was destructed.


A test program was conducted i n four phases:
(1) the destruct system

cut witness plates t o demonstrate the capability of t h e l i n e a r shaped charge; (2) a t e s t f i r i n g of 14 destruct u n i t s a d a harness assembly was conducted t o simulate the destruct system on a seven-motor configuration L i t t l e Joe E1 vehicle;

(3) a pressurized chamber

wets destructed; and (4) the chamber of motor G - 7 w a s

cut by a destruct unit following the f i r i n g of the motor under sea-level conditions.

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8 e 2 Technical Discussion

9 2 1 Concept Considerat ions


Three concepts were considered i n the development of the destruct

unit.

I n the first concept, proposed by Aerojet, two parallel-shaped charges, 6 in. This

apart, were attached t o the side of the chamber i n a race-way assembly.

configuration w a s designed t o produce two p a r a l l e l cuts approximately 10 . t ' f

long.

The second concefl., i n i t i a t e d at the direction of NASA, resulted i n the design of

a hoop-shapd charge which was attached t o the forward head of the chamber.

The

hoop-shaped charge w a s t o be capable of separating the forward dome from the chamber, Fabrication of t h i s destruct system was started but w a s discontinued

a t the direction of NASA because the chamber heads might damage the L i t t l e Joe I1 vehicle payload when the heads became separated fromthe chambers.

In the t h i r d

concept, i n i t i a t e d at the direction of NASA, two single-linear shaped charges are used. Each chaxge is 8 f t i n length and mounted 180 degrees apart on the These charges produce longitudinal perforations at

forward end of the chamber.

l e a s t 100 i n . in length when actuated on an unpressurized motor.


9.2.2

~esign

The design of the destruct unit (Figure 58) f o r the Algol I D motor w a s based on experience gained i n the Minuteman Motor Development Program. The two 8-ft chevron-shaped charges are enclosed i n separate silicone rubber retaining tracks which m e attached t o the chamber.
1

The rubber retainer i s bonded The clamps and blocks also The

t o t h e chamber and held i n place by clamps and blocks,

aid i n locating the destruct u n i t on the chamber during f i e l d i n s t a l l a t i o n ,

shaped charge is init.iated from both ends by primacord connectors which are f i r e d

.
by a e l e c t r i c a l signal t o t h e safety-arming device, n safety-arming devices are government furnished.
A l l of the explosive components used i n the destruct unit, with
The Beckman and Whitley

the exception of the safety-arming device, have been used on Minuteman motors and have a demonstrated minimum r e l i a b i l i t y of 0.995 at a 95$ confidence level. 9.2.3 Acceptance Testing
The manufacturing processes and I &
sccc$xirice

tests used for

t h e L i t t l e Joe I1 destruct u n i t s were i d e n t i c a l t o those used i n the Minuteman

Program.

Four percent of a l l the boosters manufactured were test f i r e d f o r l o t


The 100 g r / f t primacord w a s cut i n 100-f't-long spcimens, and et 1 ft

acceptance.

m specimen from each end w t e s t fired t o determine end- and side-forces.

The

200 g r / f t l i n e a r shaped charge was obtained i n 14 f t specimens; each was weighed and radiographically inspected t o determine load density and existence of voids i n the explosive t r a i n .
A 1 ft section was removed from each 14 f t specimen of

the l i n e a r shaped charge f o r test purposes.

From each of the P f t specimens, a .

3-in,-long specimen w a s cut f o r load determination and a Eb in. specimen was cut f o r velocity and severance t e s t .
The 4 in. specimens were mounted on witness p h t e s of 4130

s t e e l , 0,200 in, thick, and heat-treated t o 180 t o 200 k s i ultimate t e n s i l e


strength,

Breakwire leads were attached t o t h e t e s t p l a t e s and the velocity


The average velocity of a11 tests was 8300 to

of t h e detonatfon.was measured.

8400 metdrs/sec

A l l test plates were cut s a t i s f a c t o r i l y .

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The 3 i n . segments of shaped chazge were weighed and then t h e
RDX explosives were dissolved out of the tube.

The empty tubes were reweighed

t o confirm the 200 gr/ft chazge weight. 9.2.4 Demonstration Testing

9241 ...

Single Motor Configuration Witness Plate Tests

Six units were i n s t a l l e d i n t h e test device as indicated i n Figures 59 and 60. The destruct unit test device was i n i t i a t e d with a Beckman and Whitley safety-arming device. The witness plates were 4130 s t e e l , 0.200 i n . The p l a t e s

thick, and heat-treated t o 180 t o 200 k s i ultimate t e n s i l e strength. we.re cut as shown i n Figure 61. 9.2.4.2 Destruct Test of Rocket Motor
TWO

destruct units, (E% 369410) were bonded t o an


The chamber

empty motor chamber (E% 366205) which had been used f o r motor U-4.

w a s erected and pressurized t o 450 psig with nitrogen (Figure 62). The charges
were i n i t i a t e d by a Beclman-Whitley safety-arming device attached t o one of the wooden poles of the erecting stand. cameras. The test w a s recorded on film by high-speed

Activation of the charges destructed the chamber; t h e largest segplent Examination of the recovered segments

recovered w a s approximately 4 by 5 f't.

i n d i m t e d t h a t the charges had cut the chamber the fill length of the charges. Segments of the chamber were recovered approximately 0.25 miles fromthe t e s t

site.

A study of the high-speed films indicated t h a t the forward head w a s not

blown upward toward the designated location of t h e payload of a L i t t l e Joe I1 vehicle i n f l i g h t .


A postfiring view of the t e s t stand i s shown i n Figure 63.

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9,2.4,3 Seven-Motor Configuration Test
A simulated seven-motor destruct t e s t apparatus

(Figures 64 and 65) consisting of 14 individual destruct u n i t s with primacord


kames5

assembly was actuated by a Beckman and Whitley safety-arming device;


the

all

14 destruct u n i t s functioned s a t i s f a c t o r i l y . Twelve of

36 i n . witness

plates were severed, one plate w a s cut 32.5 in.,, and one p l a t e was cut 27' i n , The plates which were not severed completely were cracked ln the h r 3 t - 5 ~ ~ the cf p l a te

9.3 Conclusions
9.3.1
The destruct unit f o r use with t h e Algol I D motor w i l l cut

o r crack the 4130 steel s h e l l of the motor chamber when the charge i s fired on an unpressurized chamber.

9.3.2

When f i r e d on a pressurized chamber, the destruct u n i t w i l l

destruct the entire chamber.

9.3.3

The primacord harness assembly f o r i n i t i a t i n g a seven-motor-

configuration destruct system was s a t i s f a c t o r i l y demonstrated,


10,o

WEArnR-SEAL BURT TESTS


10.1 Full I g n i t e r Charge Pressurization

One weather seal (F" 366244) w a s broken by t h e f i r i n g of an i g n i t e r

i n the f r e e volwne i g n i t e r t e s t chamber.


camera ( k 0 0 frames/sec).

The t e s t was recorded by a high-speed

A s e r i e s of frames taken from the f i l m s t r i p m e shown

i n Figure 66; remains of the weather seal a r e shown i n Figure 67.

The seal broke

about 1.5 mfllisec after f i r e switch at a pressure of approximately 100 psfg which was measured by a transducer located i n t h e e x i t cone.

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10.2 Igniter Booster Charge Pressurization


A second weather seal was broken by the firing o f

an igniter boo&er

charge of

90 grams (a fin igniter charge has 3090


68.

graum) i n the free volume

igniter test c-r.


are shown i n Eygure

A series o f A.rrms6 t a k a f m m the high-qeed f l h strip


!be ired brobe crbout 2.0 ndllisec

mer fire switch at

a pressure of about 30 psig which vas mcasured by a transducer h a t e d i n the


e x i t cone.
T e 30 p i g breakage p~esqre h confinned tb deaign criteria for seal

breakage at l e s e than 50 w i g *

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PRESSURE,

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THRUST, WEBSEC LBFS LBFS FLOW,

1 09,349

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BURNING T I M E , WEBIMPULSE, WEB-

33.9 3,714,682 4,107,314


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4 APR 1963

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AVERAGE W E I G H T

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507
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PROPELLANT WE I 6HT

LB

TEST DATE
GRA I N TEMPERATURE,
OF

6 MAY 1963 1 1 AUG 1963

70

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1 .

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1 .
. 2 Resistance each bridgewire c i r c u i t , 0 5 o h i s minimun. .

3. A l t i t u d e c a p a b i l i t y , sea l e v e l t o 200,000 f t .

4 .

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PHYSICAL DATA
1 Squib s e a l s l i a l l , b e glass or ceramic t o metal. .

2 .

I n i t i a t o r charge t o c o n s i s t of pyrotechnic powder a

0.600 + .01 g r

by weight of i g n i t i o n powder p e r Specyfication

of e q u a l p a r t , s AGC-34154 snd

35 m i ,

per Specification

AGC-32014.

3.

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Closure t o be r e s i s t a n c e welded p e r MI~-W-6858 Class B o r
s o f t soldered p e r

4.

NIL-s-G~~~.
06-10-6ss t r a i g h t
plug.

5.

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6.
7.

Squib case t o be B-1113/C-1213 p e r QQ-S-633, Hex., CD e p l a t e d p e r QQ-P-416,m 1, Class 1.

cadmium

Pressure t e s t g l a s s t o metal s e a l with d r y N2 f o r 10 sec a t 10,000 p s i g p r i o r t o p l a t i n g . Test for leaks with l e a k t e s t compound, Type 1 p e r 1~~-~-25567. No leakage permitted. Units w i l l be accepted on a n i n d i v i d u a l basis.

I n i t i a t or D e s i g n Da t a F i g u r e 56

T e s t Data Book

Y h

c,
4
Q

c,

4
W

CI
0

+ I

0
7

Figure 57

T e s t Data Book

D
I -

i
k 0
CH

1
+I

n
c

s
*I

i
8
v;

Figure 58

T e s t Data Book

a 7

c,

k c,
[R

7
a,

+ I

0
0 4

c,

c 0
u2

a,

Figure 59

T e s t D a t a Book

D e s t r u c t U n i t T e s t Assembly F i g u r e 60

Witness P l a t e s Cut During D e s t r u c t T e s t


F i g u r e 61

- Test Data

Book

--

P r e f i r e V i e w of T e s t S t a n d a n d Chamber, Motor D e s t r u c t T e s t F i g u r e 62

T e s t Data Book

P o s t f i r e V i e w of T e s t S t a n d Figure 63

T e s t Data Book

Primacord Harness Assembly and Test P l a t e s , Seven-Motor C o n f i g u r a t i o n D e s t r u c t T e s t F i g u r e 64

C l o s e - u p of S e v e n Motor C o n f i g u r a t i o n T e s t F i g u r e 65

T e s t Data Book

I
*I%

rn?

rl

a
k

a,

0 X

Y'igure 66

T e s t D a t a Book

_ _ -

Wea i h e r S e a l Broken b y I g n i t e r C h a r g e
F i g u r e 67

T e s t Data Book

.-

F i g u r e 68

f.

APPENDIX A

DATA REDucTIol!v

DATA FtEDWTIOlV REBuIREHEars


L
1.0

m J F I1 PROWAM O,

Definition of times as shown on Figure 1

11 .
1.2

(t-1) pire &it& (t-2) Point a t vhich the tangent t o the ascending pressure curve intersects the zero pressure line. (t-3) 9046 of i n i t i a l maximum pressure rise (not max. pressure). ( t - 4 ) Point a t which the bisector of the a w e , formed by l b e 8 tangent t o the "Ievel" and descending portion of t h e pressure curve, intersects the pressure curve. (t-5) Point a t which the line, tangent t o the descending portion of the pressure curve, intersects the zero pressure line.

1.3
1.4

1.5
2.0

Reduction requirements (to be tabulated on the Test Data Sheet) 2.1 2.2 Ignition delay ( t i ) : Interval between points t-1 and t-2 Interval between time points t-2 end t-3 Interval between time points t-3 and t - 4 Interval between time points t-2 and t - 5

Ignition ~ n t e r v a l( t i ) :
Wb m n i n g time (tb): e

23 .
2.4 2.5

T o t a l Duration (t+):

Average Pressure @e), Total Duration

2.6

Average Wb Burning Pressure (Fcb) e

2.7

Average l h r u s t (p), T o t a l Duration

2.8

Average Ihrust, Wb Burning e

(b)

Appendix A

2.9

m t a l Impulse (It)

2.10 Specific liupulse ( Isp), Total Overall, Measured Isp

It

wP
ft-3

(~otal propellant wt)

2.11 Wb Burning Impulse, (Ib) e

2.12 Coefficient of Thrust, (Cf)

F
Cf =
p, A W & d 2.13 Characteristic Velocity, (c*)

c*

I,p(g)
: :

Cf
2.14 h s s Flaw Rate,

(c)
propellant wt) tt

w,(mtal

2.15 Propellant Burning Rate, (rb), Average rb


. I

W b lhickness (in.) e tb

2.16 mes n Coefficient, o w

(%)

i
2.17 Force Vector Angle 9 ,

= tang

Fz K,

-.

Fz

y ' F

= Average measured aft side force d u r a totel duration

Average measured axial force during total duration

K = 0.976

This i s determined frun the manhts t o the throat center y8 a f t side force take outpoint.

2 1 Absolute pressures must be used for all reduction. .8

-_
m
W

w
w

K 3
v) v)

a a
X

cn

. n

2 0

I -

3 0

a W a

9. 3 I r

Q -&
I W 0

<
2 0

- n c c
W

-.

S Q E C O TEST OPERATIONS E UXE F M W R LOG O TPiE VS OPERATION F

Motor arrived a t Bldg, 4638.

Motor i n s t a l l e d in conditioning c e l l T-2-2 @ 6705%.


Removed the motor froan conditioning cell and ehispQa t o Rst Stand P-3 for firing.
Tho motor i n s t a l l e d In f i r i n g fixtum and secuhd,

Installed anti-flight harness o e the motor. vr I n s t a l l e d portable cond. b l a . over the motor and attachal 0. t r o p i c aire unit. Unit set f o r 7 %

Made dry run w i t h the destruct S/A t o priaacord. llza d W * r of the primcord is too large t o IH i n s t a l l e d into the S/A. Project was notified.

24-00

1, photo-con pressure transducer installed. 2 Fy loadcell assy i n s t a l l e d and aligrrcd. . 3. Fz-1 loadcell assy i n s t a l l e d and aligned, CoBlqpleted i n s t a l l a t i o n of Pi-1, Pc-2 and igniter squibs. Completed satisfactory 50 p s i 6 leak check. Cmpleted i n s t a l l a t i o n of y(~cutun shrouds. Completed modification of destruct S/A t o receive the d88trUcti primacord. S/A attached t o destruct charge. Completed heat check of a l l T'. cs covered with PR-l9lO.

Tc*s and Accef.. wrapped and


Started

C m l e t e d I n s t a l l a t i o n of vacuum grid and diaphraga. P W dm*


4

2355

A l l vacuum leaks stopped.

A s a t i s f a c t o r y pump down completed.

8-1-63

0130 0930 lo00 1015

Completed checkout of vacuum pump remote k i l l and Palt shut-off valve function. Set pre-load on Fry load c e l l . Completed zeroing out the Fz loadcell. Started pun@ down. Fire-switch, sattsfactory firing. occured. Page 1
Approach asphslt

1436

.HorpoR

SBQUEIfCE OF !EST OPEZbWIONS Loo OF TWE VS OPERATIOfl

DATE

TIME

OPERATIO14

8-1-63

lO 7O
1830

Poet fire rtillphtybole taken.

Post fire D ' and &'e taken. ts


C m l e t e d poet flre
cleerzlpp

8-2-63

1400
1 -

of t e s t atand,

Motor and igniter rent t o 42LL

APPENDIX C Igniter Initiator Acceptance Tests

incorporated
Son Juan Road

Hollistor. blifornia

MErcvrv 7-5306

ACCQPTAIEG TESTS

FOR HOLLI IY O P M E PART #3467 I G RO TD AWWET 0 L CORPORATION PART #36807lA

T h i m tomt roport cov.ro Accopknco T e s t i n g a doreribod i n m A.rojot Gonorm1 Corporatiom Purchrmo Ordor 561l!404-066? for AOLEX h r t Numbor 3184 and 3467 -dot I t o u 3 and 4.

Tort. Conductod For:

AWQIET GENQUL CORPORATION S a c r u m t o , California

Tortm Conductod By:

AOLEI incorporatod
2751 %a

Juan Road Hollimter, C a l i f o r n i a

jjg-WT-4

J U

Borrrd bnmhar Managor, Inmpection h T e m t

U.S.A.F.

Q u a l i t y Control

/I

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i
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8

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A o r o J o t ?api i t y Con t r o 1

ERRATA SAEFT
Page 3
T e a t Doacription: F i r a t rentonco changod t o road " c a l o r i r o t o r t o determine h e a t o f corbuation." T e a t Roaulta:
Page 3

Simplo #66, Fourth C o l u m , o m i t

Teat Deacription:

Ehd f i r a t a e n t e a c o r i t h " t e a t w .

Chan e eecond aentonce t o road Aalrlyaia t o domonatrato a 99.9 r e l i a b i l i t y a t a 95$ c o n f i d r n c e 'level of t h e 1.0 ampere, 1.0 w a t t no-fir.."

"...

Change t h i r d aontcnce t o read "...applied t o on. o n l y , of t h e f i r a t orntridge." Begin f i f t h aontonco w i t h "Thoroaftor".

bridgoviro c i r c u i t

Chango a i x t h r o n t e n c o t o road c a r t r i d g o waa e q o a e d t o a .OS i n c r e m m t r a l u o , lea. o r g r e a t e r t h a n t h o p r e c o d i r g crrtridgo."


Pag. 8

"...

o Equipmoat Uaed: Change t h i r d i t e m t o read "Temperature B x 70F t o e a o T hag.."


Add: Search C a r t r i d g e Teat8 1,

Page 9
Page 10

e,

3 & 4 t o table.

T e a t D e a c r i p t i o a : Chango f i r a t r e n t o n c e t o r e a d (No-Fire Bruceton) were a p l i t ; t h i r t e e n (13) were f i r e d i o a preoauro bomb ( ~ a doacribod i n T e a t No. 1, and t h o r o r i n i n g e i g h t (8) v e n t t o a u t o i g n i t i o n , Toat No. 3. Chango aocond aontonce t o road "4.5 a q e r o a of c u r r o n t t o t h e b r i d g o r i r o c i r c u i t n o t w e d i n T e a t No. 1.
-8

"...

appliod

Chango n e x t aontonco t o road "Tho a q u i b waa c o n d i t i o n o d a t a t o l p o r a t r r r e of 110'~. Pag.


2
Add:

C o l u m f o r " B r i d g o r i r e Burneut T i r e i n Y i 1 1 i a ~ c o n d ~ " .

PIge 13

T e a t Roaultar S t r i k o o u t f i r a t aontonce and begin r i t h " A l l cartridgo. a u c c o a a f u l l ~ paaaod t h o a u t o i g n i t i o n tomporaturo t o r t i a g .

-.

P a p 15
h g o 16

Add:

C o l u m for " B r i d a o r i r e Burnout Tim i n Y i l l i m o c ~ n d a ~ . Bogin f i r m t montonco w i t h " F o r t y c a r t r i d g o .

r e a t Dorerip t i o a :

C h u g e t h i r d r o n t o n c o t o read c i r c u i t r i t h a h o r n pulme width."


Page e3

"...

..."

W ~ appliod B

t o one b r i d g o r i r e

T a b u l a r d a t a to graph. Tomt W i P t i m : h a t monIonoo, change t o 1 b r i d g o r i ro c i r c u i t r a i m~ t u r e o u r lye"

Pago 24

"...

acroim both

h g o I6 C

Adds

C o l u m f o r " B r i d g o ~ i r oBurnout T i m e i n M i l l i r ~ c o l r d ~ . ~

Fag. 27

Tomt R a m \ r l t r : Add, a f t o r f i r r t a o n t o m e , "Them. t h r o o c r r t r i d g o m r o r o f i r e d by a p p l y i n g 350 VDC aero88 t h o b r i d g o r i r o c i r c u i t i n o r d o r t h a t t h o c a r t r i d g o r c o u l d bo umod i n t h o pomt f i r i n g loakago tort8 Add: - Celum f o r "Bridgewire B u n o u t Tim in Yillimocoadm."

hg.

99

h g o 30

T e a t Romult.: Chrngo reaomd momtonco t o r o a d "Thia tomt i n f o r u t i a r only." Add:

.I.

for

-0

35

HOLEX No. 3836.

incorporated
Son Juon Road

Hollishr. California

MErcurv 7-5306

To8t Roport J2410 P r o d u c t i o n Lot T e a t A

FOR :
8

AERWCT 0-L CORPORATION Sacramento, C a l i f o r n i a

APPLICABLE SPECTFI CAT1 ONS :


PART DESCRI PTI ON :

A e r o j e t Oeaeral Corporation h r c h a m e Order S012404-0867

HOLQ PIrt Number 3467, A e r o j e t Part Number 368071


P r o d u c t i o n Te8te

TEST TITLE:

TEST D r S C R I P T I O N r

I t e m I - Upon examination of f i r e d u n i t 8 f r o m t h e Acceptance ?e8t8, i t -8 neted that t h e ClO8UrO8 Of t h e c a r t r i d g e 8 were comumod i n t h e e x p l o 8 i o n , and t h a t no d e t r i m e n t a l metal fragmeata were prement. Item 2 proco.8

- Bridgerire -

i n t e g r i t y -8 in8pected v i s u a l l y i n and 100% r e 8 i 8 t a n c e r e c o r d i n g a f t e r f i n a l i n 8 p e c t i o n .

Item Q Glr.8 t o Metal 2 31 Prem8ure Teat of 10,000 p 8 i g m a rccolp1imh.d p r i o r t o a m a e ~ b l yof t h e c a r t r i d g e .


Iter 4 A &ample of i g n i t i o n c a r t r i d g e 8 . 1 8 r u b j e c t o d t o a d i 8 C b r g O Of -01 J O P 1 . 8 from 8 .04 m i c r o f a r a d C r p e C i t O r .
Itom 3 h o each 3487 c a r t r i d g e . rere 8 u b j e c t e d t o Megohm s r d Rypot Te8t8 over a n d above t h a t r e q u i r e d by t h e drawing r i t h the followipg r e a a l t a :

Car tri Qu Ne. 1 ?he a c f m l r e a d i n g a t 100 VDC -8 800 megohU. Upoa i n c r o a a i n g t h o v o l t a g e t o 1000 VDC, a r u d i n g obaemed. of 3800 r o g o h u -8
b r t r i b No, 2 0 A t t b o i r i t l r l 100 VDC, 800 megohu r O 8 i . t a n c e -8 recorded. Upon a p p l i c a t i o n of 1000 VDC, t h e On t h e d i e l e c t r i c r e r i s t a n c e of 3000 megohu ram recordod. uheck, t h o v o l t a g e -8 r8i8.d t o 4000 v o l t 8 b e f o r e breakdown occurred on both cartridge..
TEST RESULTS: bb8ence of ehrapnel f o r f i r e d u n i t e v a l i d a t e d t h e a t a t e n e n t of t e a t procodare. c o n t a i n e d i n t h e purchaae o r d o r 8tat.d above. A l l c a r t r i d l e a i n f i n a l p r o d u c t i o n and a c c e p t a n c e t o 8 t 8 , pra8.d t h e b r i d g e w i r e I n t e g r i t y T e a t , I t a d i f l o T e 8 t , alar8 t o Metal S e a l Teat m d D i e l e c t r i c S e a l Teat.

RFERENcm :

EOLEX i n c o r p o r a t e d S t a n d a r d Manufacturing Ordor N o . 1487B. S t a t i c F i r i n g Roquoat No. 5046.

1467.h,

incorporated
T o r t Report 52410 P r o d u c t i o n tot T o r t A

EQUIPMENT USED,

P u l l Tomtor, 10 of &gland.

80 O r a u , Gomoral E l o c t r i c C o r p u y , Lfd.

O h r o t o r r h o d r h Northrup b l r a n o m o t o r , Nom 3946, S o r i a l 1543831~ and S h a l l c r o a a Kolrim Bridgo, No. 633-02, S o r i a l No. 31740.
NOe

HOLEX High P r e r r u r e S y r t u r Sprrguz b?r brirea Hydraulic pRfdrodyne I n d u r t r i o r P i r t o n Accumulator, 70 Cubic Inch Volume, 20,000 p r i g Capacity1 and H e l i c o i d Prerruro hgo, 0 80,000 p r i , S o r i a l No. 279.

-,

H O L B ( High V o l t a g e F i r i n a U n i t , Serial NO. 354.

Vacuum Tube Voltaoter, H o e t h k i t , Wodol V-7.4,

S o r i a l NO. 249. Sorial

Y o g o h e e t e r , Freed T r a n r f o r a e r Company, Model 1620-C, NO, 221.


0

Alpot T e r t o r , A r ~ e c i a t o dRorosrch I n c o r p o r a t e d , Model 422, 10,000 V A C RLds, S o r i a l No. 298.

CERTI FI C TION:

I horoby c o r t i f y t h a t t h o i n f o r w t i o n and data p r e r e n t e d abovo a . c o r r e c t and complote r a d t h a t t h e o r i g i n a l i n r p e c t i c t and t o r t r e c o r d 8 and a11 o t h o r r o q u i r e d d a t a aro on p o r a a e n t f i l o a t HOLEX i n c o r p o r r ~ o l . r a d a r e a v a i l a b l e f o r i n r p o c t i o n by d u l y a u t h a r i z o d porronr upon r o q u o r t .
ROLEX i n c o r p o r a t e d

,&..

/L.t.4/*&

Howard Renrhar Managor, 1nrpoct.ion h T o r t

ha0

Toat Roport Jell0 Productier Lot Tort B

?OR :
r

AB1WET BBVQUL CORPORATION Sacramorto, Calif omir


Aoroj o t Oworrl Corperrtior PPrehrro Ordor S8184M-0887

APPLICABLE
SptCIFICATIONS8

PART DIPOCRIPTION:
TEST TITLE:
TB3T DISCRIPTIOW:

IiOLEX
(-10

#la
#4

Prime, Samplo #4 (Alclo and B - b C r M ) , i I$ Storofox), !h.lpro a 0 R ~ H .

51410 #fM

h r r Bomb Toata

Four r r q l o r of orch of four typor of primera and load r t o r i r l woro f i r o d ir r S k a d r r d h r r C r l o r i r e t c i - t o d e t o r r i a o hort Of@embU8ti.15.t h o n t o r o q a i r r l o n t f o r a l l firin(. mr 0460 c r l o r i o r (gram c r l o r i o r ) . A l l o q p n prerauro m a a t 40 rtmorphoror,
WLEX #I3

TEST RESULTS:

Avorate Hort of Combartion


(k)

Slple AO T F

m.

1 0035

ATOC
-10

.92
051

1.0002

.92

1 0009 . .92

- 1246 hl/ols.
1 00 1'7
.51

.92

031

031

Hort of Cornburtion

1248

1250

1245

1243 C r l ,

44 ( b l c l o

dl B-BaCrO4) Avo. H o r t of Comburtion 1745 C a 1 ,

fg:
A

Sample llt.
H e a t of Coabumtion

1.(roo7 1 0 7e 1783

1.0004 1.29 72 I763

1 0097

1028

1 0004

l.e8

..71 1739

. . 1714
70
1

%a10 #66 (Sam1110 #4 b 1% Storofox) Ave, Hort of Combutioa 8789 CIl/oI


s n g l e lrt.
i o : Heat of Cornbumtion

10001 1
1.31

73 1797
0

1 0007 1.31 73
0

1.0008

1.OOO6

1.32
73

.a1

1788

1795

73 1788 1164 Cal/OI, 9999


0

HOLEX Ace0

Avormo Eert of Combartion

sug1.n.
AT F

(PI

. .9@80

1 0001

n TOC of Colbrrtioa Boat

084 .4a 1164

83 047 1159
0

1.oo12 86

. .48

86

1175

.48 1176 C r l

hgt 3

T o r t Roport JP410 h o d u c t i o n Lot T o r t B


,

H O I 5 hk Shoot. T o ~ t rcomdoctod undor t h o d i r o c t i o n O f Jawr E S i n e l a i r , P r o f o r ~ o r Naval P o r t g r a d u a t o S c h e o l , .

Uortoroy, C a l i f o r n i a ; ard w i t n o r r o d b7 John Tabor, Enginoer f o r Aorojot Qonoral Corporatiom. S t a n d a r d Parr C a l o r i r o t e r

BU Standard. Thormorotorr (Niv7)


I h o r o b ~ o r t i f y t h a t t h o i n f o r a v t i o n and d a t a p r o ~ o n t o d c above are c o r r o c t u r d comploto m d t h a t t h o o r i g i n a l inapoct t i o r and t o ~ r e c o r d a and a11 o t h o r r o q u i r o d d a t a aro on p e r n n o n t f i l o a t HOLEX i n c o r p o r a t o d and aro a v a i l a b l o f o r i n ~ p o c t i o nby d u l y r u t h a s i s o d p e r r o n upon r e q u e r t .
HOLEX i n c o r p o r a t e d

-d c

Howard Renrhar Usnagor, I n a p e c t i o a h T o ~ t

incorporated
knJuonRwd
0

Holll.kr,C.lltornk

MEreurv7JJ06

T e a t Report J2410 Teat No. 1 P.O. S612404-0667

FOR:
APPLICABLE
SPECIFCCATI ONS t
PART DESCRIPTION: TEST TITLE!

APXWET GENDtAL CORPORATION Sacramomt o , C a 1 i f ora ia


A o r o j e t Gonoral C o r p o r a t i o n h r c h a 8 0 Order Sll2404-0667, . S e c t i o n VT, Sub-roction D HOLEX Part Numbor 3467, A e r o j e t Part Number 368071 Bruceton

No-Fire

T n T .DESCRI ON I PTI

From a productiou l o t of 200 cartridge., 100 each wore withdrawn f o r t e r t i n g i n t h i r and f e l l o w i n g t e s t a . Forty each c a r t r i d g e 8 were .elected at random from t h e t e a t l o t and a u b j e c t e d t o a Bruceton ( S t r i r c a a e ) A n r l p i a t o demonatrate a 99.95 r e l i a b i l i t y a t a 95% c o n f i d e n c e l e v e l of t h e 1.0 ampere, 1.0 w a t t n o - f i r e . Each c a r t r i d g e - 8 t h r e a d e d i n t o r bomb chamber of 1 cubic i n c h volumo ~d a c u r r a n t of 1.40 ampere. a p p l i e d t o one b r i d g e r i r e c i r c u i t o n l y , of t h e f i r a t c a r t r i d g e . The f i r a t c a r t r i d g e f i r e d i n l e a s t h a n f i v o minutea,which wba t h e durati'on o f c u r r e n t a p p l i c a t i o n . T h e r e a f t e r , t h e accond c a r t r i d g e w a r i n a t a l l e d i n t h o bomb chamber and had a 1.35 ampere c u r r o n t In a l i k e mannor, each t i m e a c a r t r i d g e waa applied. aaaembled i n t o t h e bomb chamber and f i r e d , t h e 8uccoeding c a r t r i d g e w 8 8 expomod t o a .05 i n c r o l e n t ' v a l u o , l e a 8 o r g r e a t e r t h a n t h e p r e c e d i n g c a r t r i d g e . h c h c a r t r i d g o and bomb chamber l i d uaed im t h e t e a t above, w a 8 c o n d i t i o n e d The bomb chrmbor waa a t llOF f o r a p e r i o d of two hour.. a d a p t e d t o r e c e i v e a K i a t l o r Tranaducer. T h t 8ignal from which waa fed t o a charge a m p l i f i e r , t h e n c e t o a T e k t r o n i x O a c i l l o r c o p c , Tho f i r i n g c u r r e n t a p p l i e d t o t h e c a r t r i d g e i n a t a l l e d i n t h e bomb chamber w a r crlro a p p l i e d t o t h e o a c i l l o a c o p e . PhotoBrapha of f i r i n g r p o r t r a y p r e a r u r o a , which i n t h i r came, a r o f o r i r f e r p s t i o n o n l y .

A L a b l e a t t a c h e d t o t h i 8 r e p o r t give8 theme p r e a a u r e r i n t a b u l a r form, a n d a t y p i c a l t r a c e and photograph of chrmbor can be reen i n t h e Appondix of t h i a r e p o r t .


TEST RESULTS: The following are t h e computationr d e m o n a t r a t i n g t h e 99.9$ r o l i a b i l i t y w i t h a 95% c o n f i d e n c e l e v e l of t h e 1 ampore n o - f i r e c u r r e n t . The increment v a l u e f o r t h i a S t a i r c a r e Bruceton, wa8 .05 amper-ea

No-Fi re Bruceton
99.9s R e l i a b i l i t j 95$ Corf i don c e

1.0 Ampere# Ne-Fire

Fivo minutea .OS .kmpei.ea Increment


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MErcury 7-5306

Tee t Report 5241 0 Teat No. 1 Continued

Teat AilpOraRe

D i f f or once in "D" Unitr

Incrementr i
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REFWXNCFS:
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S t a t i c Firing tiequest V o a . 4958, 49.5$).


HOLEX Bomb Chamber 3636.

4961

Alinco I g n i t e r C i r c u i t T e s t e r , Mode1 lOI-5RF. Temperature Box 70% t o 2509 Hange. Ki8tlOr Tranaducer, Model 8 u l i . Kimtlar Charge A m p l i f i e r , Model ,568.. T e k t r o n i r Oaci l l o s c o p e , Model 351.
H01,FX Standard S t a t i c F i r i n g Console
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CERTIFICATI O I N

I hereby c e r t i f y t h a t t h e i n f o r m a t i o n m d d a t a p r e a e n t e d above a r e c o r r e c t and complete and t h a t t h e o r i g i n a l inapection and t e s t record8 mad a l l o t h e r r e q u i r e d data a r e on p e r m e n t f i l e a t HOLEX i n c o r p o r a t e d and a r e available f o r i n a p e c t i o n by d u l y a u t h o r i s e d peraona upon r e q u e e t .

NOLEX i n c o r p o r a t e d

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Mhcu~7JJO6

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Toat N e . 1 Tim. i8 la t Pro.rmro t o poak

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Tort No.

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San Juan Road

Hollirkr, California

MErcury 7-5306

T o r t Roport J2410 T o r t No. 2 P 0. 5812404-0067 .

FOR:

AERWET GENERAL CORPORATION


Sacramonto, C a l i f o r n i a
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APPLICABLE
SPECIFICATIBN8:
Aorojot Qomoral Corporation Purcharo Order S618404-0687, Soction V I
H O U X Part Wumbor 3467, Aorojot h r t Number 360071

PART DESCRIPTION:
TmT TITLE:
TEST DESCRIPTION:

P r o r r u r o rrr.Er

Tire =I- F i r o "arucoton Survivor. k

Tho r o r v i r i n g c a r t r i 0. from Toat No. 1 (No-Fire Brucoton) voro r p l i t ; t h i r t o o n d f l t ) v o r o f i r o d i n a p r o r r u r o bomb ar d o r c r i b o d i n T o r t No. 1 , and t h o r e m i n i n g o i g h t ( 8 ) wont to a u t o i g n i t i o n , t o r t No. 3. 4.5 amporoa o f c u r r e n t war a p p l i o d t o t h o b r i d g o r i r e c i r c u i t not urod i n T o r t No. 1 . Tho r q u i b f a r c o n d i t i o n o d a t a t o r p o r a t u r e o f llOF. The roluae of t h o bomb chrmbor war evacuated t o an e q u i l a r a n t p r o r a u r e of 200,000 f o o t r l t i t u d o ,
A l l c r r t r i d g e r f i r e d r u c c o a r f u l l y and p r e r a u r e t i r e d a t a l r rocordod in t a b u l a r form r t t a c h o d t o t h i r r o p o r t .

TEST RESULTS:

REFERENCES 1
EQUIPYENT USED:

HOLEX S t a t i c F i r i n g Shootr Nor. 4979 and 4973.


HOLEX Bomb Charbor 3636.
Alinco I g n i t e r C i r c u i t T o n t o r , Model 101-5BF, Tomporaturo Box

70F t o 0' 5F 0

rang..

K i r t l o r T r a n r d r c o r , Uodol 001A, K i r t l o r Char80 A q l f f i o r , Yodol 568. T o k t r o n l x O r c i l l o r c e p o , Yodol 551.


ROLE]( S t a n d a r d S t a t i c F i r i n g Conrolo, MK I .

F J. S t o k o r Y c h o d Gag., . S o r i a l No. 86334.


CERTIFICATION:

F l o a d o r f M o d i f i c r t i e n No. 476AA,

I horoby c o r t i f y t h a t t h o i n f o r r t i o n r n d d a t a proromtod rboro a r o c o r r o c t and c o r p l o t e and t h a t t h o o r i g i u l i n r p o c -

P a g e 10

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WoHish,bIifornk

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PAR? DLCJCRT PTI ON :


TEST TITLE: TE9T DGSCRIPTIOI:

H O L X h r t Numbor 3487, Aoro,jot Pert Numbor 368071.


Auto-Igri t i o n and Proaauro T i E i g h t oach R O W 3467 Cartridgo. wero inmortec) i n a Wy10 T o l p e r a t u r o COBditiOBing Chrmbor a t 350F f o r oi ght hour.. Following t h i r t o r t , t h o o i g h t crrfridg.8 wore romorod from t h o tomporaturo c h n b o r rrrd i t warn ~ o t o d h a t en t h r o o of t t h o c a r t r i d g o . t h e .oldor a b o u t t h o moa1 had moltod onough Howoror, no f u r t h e r d r u g 0 t o erpo.0 t h o r i o chargo. obaorvod. F o l l o r i l y thim t e r p o r r t u r e c o n d i t i o n i n g , t h o r o r i n i n g f i r . cartridgo., mince t h r o e were BOW opemod, woro f i r e d i n a 1 cubic i n c h chambor a t 8 lor01 conditioma. 11 a d d i t i o n , t h o t h r a o r . u i n t m g o r r t t i d g o a woro B i r d for pro.mrrb woraua timo w i t h o u t t h o w i n load. 4.5 ampor.. of c u r r e n t warn a p p l i o d t o t h o c a r t r i d g o w h i l o i a a k l l o d i n t h o Firing wsm c h u b o r and promure-time cumom woro obtainod. den. i n a mamnor mirilar t o t h a t doacribod i n Tomt Roport No. 1 r a d 8 . can bo .out i n t h o photograph of Appondir A.

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HOLQ incorporatod S k r d r r d S t a t i c b q u o a t N o . and 5039.


A O L t X Bomb Chmbor, No. 3836.

5013, 5034,

Alinco I g n i t o r C i r c u i t T e a t o r , Modo1 101-SBP.

Wylo Tomporrturo Box, Wy10 Manufacturing C o r p o r a t i o n , Yodo1 C-104.


K i a t l o r Tranmducor, Nod01 801A.

Ki8tl.r

Chargr h p i f i o r , Modo1 508.

T e k t r o n i x Oacilloacopo, Modo1 531.

HOLEX S t r a d a r d S t a t i c P i r i a g Conaolo, AlK I .

incorporated
Son Juan R w d

Hollirkr, California

MErcury 7-5306

Toat Report J 2 4 l o Teat N e . 3 Confinuod CERTIFICATION: I horoby c o r t i f y t h a t t h e information and data preronted abero are c o r r o c t and c o l p l e t o m d t h a t tho o r i g i n a l inrpoct i o r ard t o r t rocorda and a l l othor requirod data are on p o r r n w t f i l o a t HOLEX iacorporatod and are a r a i l a b l o for inrpoction by d u l y authoriaod porromr upon requert.

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T e a t Report 5 2 4 10 T e a t No. 4 P 0 . 3612404-0607 .

FOR:

AERWET OENFJUL CORPORATION S ~ c r a m o n t o ,C a l i f o r a i a

APPLTC BLE SPECIFICATIONS t PART DISCRIPTI ON:


TEST TITLE:
?EST DESCRIPTION:

Aorojet General Corporation Purchrme Ordor 3612404-0687, S o c t i o n V I , Sub-rectian E;

HOLEX h r t Number 3467, Aorojot P a r t Number 368071


F u n c t i o n i n g T i m e Varianco F o r t y c a r t r i d g o r wero r i t h d r a w n at random f r o m t h e l o t and In f i r i n g r u b j o c t e d t o a Bruceton ( S t a i r c a . 0 ) A u a l y r i r . t h i r Brucoton, t h e width of t h e f i r i n g p u l r e w a r v a r i e d , u a i n g a c o n r t a n t amporage of 4 . 5 arpersa. Each c a r t r i d g e war throaded i n t o t h e bomb c h a r b o r o f 1 c u b i c imch volume and a c u r r o n t of 4.5 amparer r a r a p p l i o d t o one b r t d g e r i r e If a cartridgo fired c i r c u i t w i t h a k r o r n p u l r e width. during a p p l i c a t i o n of t h e f i r i n g p u l r e , t h e n e s t c a r t r i d g o would bo f i r e d w i t h a p u l r o of 1 u. r h o r t e r d u r a t i o n t h a n the preriour. Had t h e c a r t r i d g o n o t f i r o d , t h o r u c c e e d i n g c a r t r i d g e would bo f i r o d w i t h an a p p l i c a t i o n of a p u l r e 1 longor. Tho c a r t r i d g o r uaed f o r t h o r o t e r t r were c o n d i t i a n o d f o r t T Q hour8 a t 30F. Alro, t h e chamber volume w a r evacuated t 0 8 i N l a t O an a l t i t u d e of 2 0 0 , 0 0 0 f o o t . The r e l i a b i l i t y o f 09.9s and c o n f i d e n c e l e v e l o f 95% wore u r e d in c a l c u l a t i n g t h o timo e r t r o m e r . The bomb chrmbor -a adapted t o r e c e i r o a K i a t l o r Tranrducer. The r i g n a l from which warn r e n t t o a c h a r g e a m p l i f i e r , thonco t o a T o k t r o a i x Omcillorcope. The f i r i n g c u r r e n t a p p l i o d t o t h e c a r t r i d g e i n a k l l o d i n t h o bomb chrmbor w a r r l r o a p p l i e d t o t h e e a c i l l o r c e p o . Photographr of f i r i n g 8 p o r t r a y o d p r e a r u r e a which, ir t h i r c a r e , aro f o r i n f e r r t i a n only. A t a b l o a t t a c h e d t o t h i r r e p o r t giro. t h e r e p r o r r u r a i n t a b u l a r form, a r d a t p i c a l curve -y bo aoen i n t h e .4ppoadix of t h i a r o p o r t ,

M.

TEST RESULTSr

Tho f o l l o r i n p a r o t h e e o g u t a t i o n r d o m o n r t r r t i o g t h o time
r p r e a d from XR t o g i r o OO.O$ r o l i a b i l i t y w i t h a 96% con?idonce lovol. Tho incremont v a l u o o f t h i r Stairccrae Bracoton - 8
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16.4473 ma.

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3036, 5037 and 3C38.

EQC'IPYENT USED8

Kiatler Promoure Trrnmducer, Model W l A ,

Ser-irl

No. '3270.

Kimtler Charge h e p l i f i e r , Model 56P, S e r i n . No. 335.

Po lari od Caaera

T e k t r o n i r Oocillomcope, Model 351, S e r i a l N.1. 4 4 6 4 , w i t h Y t trchmen t

HOLEX I n c o r p o r r t e d Conmtrnt Current, h l a t G e n e r a t o r , S e r i a l No. 398.

HOLEX I n c o r p o r a t e d Bomb Chamber, Drawing Number 3836, w i t h Plug f o r 1.0 Cubic Inch Volume.
f l i n c o I g n i t e r C i r c u i t " e a t e r , Uodel lOI-JBP, H e l i c o i d 3 112'' D i a l Gage, 0 CEllTIFICATJONr
S e r i a l NO. 23418.

6 0 0 0 pmig range, S e r i a l No.

392,

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TEST TTTI.E!
TEST DE9CRIPTIONr

Four each l I O L E x 3467 C a r t r i d g e 8 from t h e t o r t l o t of 100 p i e c c r w e r e r u b j e c t e d t o a 1 Watt-1 Ampere No-Fire f o r a p e r i o d o f f i r e e i n u t o a , a f t e r being c o n d i t i o n e d f o r two hour. a t 1 1 O O F ' . Upon complet,ion o f tho n o - f i r e o f t h e f o u r above c a r t r i d g e e , f o u r a d d i t i e n a l c a r t r i d g o . taken froin t h e t e a t l o t of 1O(J piece. w e r e added t o t h e l e t which had h e e n no-fired and e i g l i t prerrure-time f i r i n g . were ~ c ~ o l p p l i n l i eid a 1 cubic i n c h n chamber 1~rd e r c r i b e d i n T e a t Report No. 1 , and a8 can be reen i m Appondix A o f t h i a r e p o r t . The bomb chamber war ovacuatod t o r i m u l a t o 2 0 0 , 0 0 0 f e e t a l t i t u d e and t h e c a r t r i d g o . w e r e c o n d i t i o n e d a t llOF. Elrch of t h e c a r t r l d g e a war f i r e d w i t h 9.0 a e r o r a p p l i e d a c r e a a both b r i d g e r i r e cireaitr a i m u l t a neeurv.

TEST RESULTSt

Tho 1 Watt-1 Aapore N Fire d i d n o t c a u r e t h e f o u r c a r t r i d g e e o four, t e r t o d t o i g n i t e ! and p r b r r u r o - t i m e f i r i n g . of tho.. plua t h o f o u r which had n o t been n o - f i r e d , w e r e r u c c e a a f u l . Tho r e a u l t r may be aoon i n t a b u l a r form a t t a c h e d t o t h i r r e p o r l

REFERLWCES: SQUIPWNT USED:

EOLEX imcorporatod S t a n d a r d S t a t i c F i r i n g Requert No. EOLEX Bomb Chambor Numbor 3636,


A l i r o e I g m i t o r C i r c u i t T o a t o r , Model 101-5BF.
T o q o r r t u r o Box, 70'
t o eUO0 range.

5006.

Kimtlor Tranaducor, Modol 601A. K i r t l o r Chrrgo A m p l i f i o r , Modol 568.


Toktromix O a c i l l o a c o p e , Modol 551.

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A O L l 5 S t a t i c Firi8g b q u o s t N o . ROLEX Bomb Chambor Numbor 3836.
ROLE]( Standard Drop Sot.
5010, U O l l . and 5066.

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H O S J 5 S t r r d r r d S t a t i c F i r i y Roquort No. 500'7.

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CWTIFICATIOMe

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Cartridgo Mumbor 112 a t 9 , 0 0 0 p r i roachod a t o m p o r r t u r e of


679' b o f o r o t h o coppor grmkot betwoon t h o c a r t r i d g o r r d f i x t u r o blow o u t .
r t o q o r r t u r o of 73U

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Toat Jtepert Je4lG T e m t NO. 9 Continued

I8 r d d i t i u t o tho prommuro temtimg rbaro, f o r a d d i t i o n a l i 8 f o m t i 0 8 , t h o f i r i q c i r c u i t romimtrmcom woro chockod or a11 f i r o d cartridgom ard f o m d t e bo i n oxcoma of 1000
o h .

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6046, a8d 5044.

Nom. 5 0 3 0 ,

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b o b & Nerthrup Mi l l i r o l t h t m t i o m o t o r , C r t o l o g Number 8690, S o r i r l No. 1576304,

Lopol High Proqarcy k b o r a t o r ~ o m , Imcorporatod, I n d ~ C t i O 8 - . , S o r i r l No. M l 4 . H m t i r g &it, Modo1 T 9 6 E o l i e o i d Prommuro &go, 277

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APPENDIX D

Algol I D Mod 1 Motor Assembly

Aerojet D r a w i n g 366421

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