Engineering Design Handbook - Military Pyrotechnics Series, by ARMY MATERIEL COMMAND ALEXANDRIA VA


This 1963 instruction manual bargains with the issues of safeguard within the pyrotechnics laboratory and plant, processing methods and gear, particle dimension systems, and features a thesaurus of phrases.
• entrance topic
• checklist of Tables
• Preface
• desk of Contents
1. security within the Pyrotechnics Laboratory and Plant
2. Processing tactics and kit
three. Particle dimension strategies
• word list

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