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  • An explosive  is a material that either is chemically or otherwise energetically unstable or produces a sudden expansion of the material usually accompanied by the production of heat and large changes in pressure upon initiation; this is called the explosion.
  • A low explosive is usually a mixture of a combustible substance and an oxidant that decomposes rapidly (deflagration); unlike most high explosives,
    which are compounds.
  • High explosives are normally employed in mining, demolition, and military warheads. They undergo detonation at rates of 1,000 to 9,000 meters per second.
  • Plastic explosive is a specialised form of explosive material. It is soft and hand malleable and may have the added benefit of being usable over a wider temperature range than pure explosive.
  • A chemical explosive is a compound or mixture which, upon the application of heat or shock, decomposes or rearranges with extreme rapidity,
    yielding much gas and heat.
  • The explosive train, also called an initiation sequence or firing train, is the sequence of charges that progresses from relatively low levels of energy to initiate the final explosive material or main charge.
  • To visualize the explosion field and describe the complex physical phenomena of explosion and the data from numerical simulation by
    multi-material in cell (MMIC), a two-dimensional visualization system(VisC2D) and a three-dimensional visualization system(VisC3D) are
    presented and the algorithms and the functions of ViSC2D and ViSC3D are also addressed.
  • Nuclear techniques have been proposed for the detection of explosives and contraband for a number of years due to their ability to penetrate shielding and to identify the composition of materials, thus leading to enhanced detection probability and lower false alarm rates.
  • The technique for measuring toxic gases may be developed as a standard test to measure fumes produced by blasting agents or may be used to provide data with which to develop a computer model that will reliably predict the expected fumes production based on chemical composition.
  • Solar Explosives (SEL) has become a dominant player in the domestic industrial explosives market. The company met 25% and 50% of Coal India’s (CIL) bulk and small-diameter-permitted cartridge explosive requirements, respectively in FY07.
  • The demand for explosives is dependant on the growth of mining sector that currently accounts for ~90% of the total explosives consumption in
General Information
  • Information about explosive
  • Information about plastic explosive
  • Types of explosive
  • Explosives handling and storage


  • Explosion bonding process
  • Manufacturing process for thermobaric explosive
  • Use of Gamma Resonance Imaging for Detection of Explosives
  • Manufacture of explosives including firework
  • Optimization for PAX-41 and PAX-3 Explosive Formulation


  • Company from California
  • Company from Canada
  • Company from India
  • Company from Maharashtra
  • Company from Secunderabad
  • Company from Tamilnadu


  • Consultant from California
  • Consultant from Canada
  • Consultant from London
  • Consultant from Namibia
  • Consultant from Newyork
  • Consultant from United Kingdom


  • Manufacturers of explosives
  • Suppliers of explosives
  • Tradeleads of explosives
  • Sellingleads of explosives
  • Explosive Manufacturers


  • Acclaim explosives
  • FIXOR™ Binary Explosive
  • High Explosive products
  • List of explosive products
  • Packaged explosive
  • Explosive product list


  • Emission estimation technique manual
  • A technique for measuring toxic gases produced by blasting agents
  • Initiative for explosive detection
  • Nuclear Techniques for Explosive Detection: Current Prospects and Requirements for Future Development
  • Visualization Technique for Explosive Field


  • Civex explosives for civil uses
  • The use of large explosive charges for avalahche hazard reduction
  • Use of Explosives in Hong Kong
  • The Many Uses of Explosives
  • The Production of Trace Level Explosive Standards Using Drop-on-Demand Ink-Jet Printing Technology
  • Blasting and use of explosives
  • Production and Characterization of Insensitive Explosives
  • Production of Explosives
  • ICI explosives production
  • Explosive production
  • TNT production

Rules & Regulation

  • Explosives law
  • Rules and regulations
  • Ban on NG explosives
  • Explosive rules
  • Explosive detection canines
  • Licence to manufacture explosives


  • Explosives Safety Initial Training
  • Staying on the safe side of explosives
  • Tender form for the explosive safety organization
  • U.S. Army Explosives Safety Program
  • Explosives Safety
  • Ammunition and Explosives Safety Standards


  • Powergel Permitted 3000
  • Explosive Cartridges
  • Emulsion Explosives
  • PYX
  • Shaped Charges


  • Explosive device
  • Packaging for slurry explosives
  • Shaping apparatus for an explosive charge
  • Apparatus and method for forming a window or an outline thereof in the casing of a cased wellbore
  • Nitrocellulose explosive process involving a ketone
  • Nitrostarch emulsion explosives production process
  • Cap sensitive watergel explosive composition production process


  • Asia's  explosives market
  • Application for continuation of anti-dumping measures
  • Solar explosives market
  • UK explosives competence
  • Explosives in Zimbabwe


  • Improvised Explosive Devices in Iraq and Afghanistan
  • Detection and Characterization Of Explosives and Explosive Residue
  • Explosives in press: police team for Nagpur
  • Inspectors of Explosives for Northern Ireland
  • Explosives regulatory division
  • Domestic Explosive survey table in 2000

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