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Tsung-Mao Yang

Bio: Tsung-Mao Yang is an academic researcher from National Defense University. The author has contributed to research in topics: Supercritical fluid & Differential scanning calorimetry. The author has an hindex of 3, co-authored 8 publications receiving 44 citations. Previous affiliations of Tsung-Mao Yang include National Taipei University of Technology.

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TL;DR: In this article, the authors mainly explored the burning characteristics of AP/Al/HTPB composite solid propellant containing nano-sized ferric oxide (Fe2O3) powder.
Abstract: This study mainly explores the burning characteristics of AP/Al/HTPB composite solid propellant containing nano-sized ferric oxide (Fe2O3) powder. First, the appropriate dispersed technique is applied to prepare the propellant samples containing the ferric oxide (micro-sized and/or nano-sized) powder, and then the scanning electron microscope (SEM) is used to observe the dispersed effect of ferric oxide powder in the propellant samples. Afterward, the reaction characteristics of the propellant samples are measured using differential scanning calorimeter (DSC), and the difference between their properties is analyzed. Finally, the propellant samples are processed to be used for various experiments, and the window bomb (WB), burning rate meter (BRM), and quenched particle collection bomb (QPCB) are used to study the burning characteristics. The burning phenomena are also analyzed by means of the combustion observation technique. Furthermore, the pull-testing machine is conducted to evaluate the mechanical pr...

28 citations

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29 Aug 2019
TL;DR: In this paper, the authors focused on the micronization of p-toluenesulfonamide (p-TSA) using the rapid expansion of supercritical solution (RESS) process.
Abstract: This study is focused on the micronization of p-toluenesulfonamide (p-TSA) using the rapid expansion of supercritical solution (RESS) process. Taguchi’s experimental design method was applied to determine the optimum operating conditions. L9(34) orthogonal array with four control factors and three levels of each control factor was used to design nine experimental conditions. Four control factors were selected, including extraction temperature, extraction pressure, pre-expansion temperature, and post-expansion temperature. The particle size and morphology of the prepared samples were observed by scanning electron microscopy (SEM). In addition, Fourier transform infrared spectrometer (FTIR), X-ray diffraction (XRD), and differential scanning calorimetry (DSC) were employed to compare the differences between the raw and micronized p-TSA particles. The experimental and analytical results indicated that the extraction temperature was the most significant factor for the micronization of p-TSA in the RESS process, and the optimal operating conditions were at an extraction temperature of 50 °C, an extraction pressure of 220 MPa, a pre-expansion temperature of 220 °C, and a post-expansion temperature of 30 °C. The p-TSA particles were micronized from the original average size of 294.8 μm to the smallest average size of 1.1 μm at the optimal RESS process conditions. Furthermore, the physicochemical characteristics of p-TSA did not differ significantly before and after recrystallization.

11 citations


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TL;DR: In this paper, the effects of nano-sized additive on decomposition kinetics, reaction models, decomposition mechanisms and burning rates, pressure exponents, combustion wave structures, and flame propagation of RDX-, HMX-, and AP-based energetic compositions are discussed.

255 citations

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TL;DR: In this paper, a review of nanoscale catalysts having at least a metallic entity has been presented, which can play multiple roles in combustion of CSPs such as reduction in activation energy, enhancement of rate of reaction, modification of sequences in reaction-phase, influence on condensed phase combustion and participation in combustion process in gas-phase reactions.

61 citations

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TL;DR: In this article, the effect of the composite particles on the burning rate and flame structure of an ammonium perchlorate (AP)-based composite propellant was explored, and the results indicated that the high global burning rate of the propellant with the encapsulated catalyst is due to an accelerating effect on the fine AP/binder matrix burning rate, assumed to be caused by the intimate contact between the fine compound and catalyst.

57 citations

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TL;DR: In this article, the progress of recent years in research on zeolite synthesis by coal fly ash (CFA) is reviewed, and the challenges besetting this method are discussed.
Abstract: SOx, NOx, COx, volatile organic compounds (VOCs), and Hg vapor directly and indirectly harm the atmospheric environment and human health by contributing to the formation of photochemical smog, acid rain, and haze and posing risks of potential toxicity (e.g., carcinogenicity). Therefore, effectively controlling and reducing the pollution caused by these chemicals is critical, and to that end, several methods have been developed, among which adsorption is one of the most common and effective techniques. As adsorption materials, zeolites show great potential in reducing air pollution. Moreover, coal fly ash (CFA)-based zeolite synthesis enables the simultaneous treatment of air and solid waste pollution. In this study, the progress of recent years in research on zeolite synthesis by CFA is reviewed, and the challenges besetting this method are discussed. In addition, we examine the application of CFA-based zeolites in removing or minimizing harmful gases. As we enter an era of utilizing disposed waste, developing efficient and low-cost materials for the removal of harmful gases may require improving the synthesis of high-purity, high-performance fly ash zeolite materials.

49 citations