Events

13th International Symposium on Fireworks

CALL FOR PAPERS
13th International Symposium on Fireworks (ISF)
Malta
April 23-27, 2012
The International Symposium on Fireworks Society in collaboration with the Malta Tourism Authority (MTA) and the Malta Fireworks Association (MFA), is organizing the 13th International Symposium on Fireworks. The International Symposium on Fireworks is recognized as the premier forum for the presentation of papers and the discussion of topics dealing with the safety, scientific, engineering, artistic, and regulatory aspects of fireworks and other pyrotechnics associated with entertainment and celebration.
Papers concerned with the following traditional areas are invited:
  • Fireworks Process and Use Safety
  • Chemistry and Physics of Fireworks and other Associated Pyrotechnic Devices
  • Sensitivity of Fireworks Compositions
  • Perchlorate and the Environment
  • Explosion and Fragment Mitigation Methodologies
  • The Art and History of Fireworks The Art and Technology of Special Effects
  • Regulations and Standards
  • New Concepts in Manufacturing, Transportation and Storage
  • Other Related Topics
Abstracts of approximately 200 words should be submitted by October 1, 2011, by e-mail to the ISF Directors indicated below.
Japan: Masamitsu Tamura tamura@k.u-tokyo.ac.jp
Europe: Christian Lohrer christian.lohrer@bam.de
Mexico and South America: Jorge Márquez jorge@luxpirotecnia.com
All other locations and for technical information:
Ettore Contestabile econtest@rogers.com
Authors will be informed of acceptance of papers for the Symposium by November 15, 2011 and completed manuscripts must be received by February 1, 2012 in order that the Proceedings may be printed and bound in time for the Symposium start date.
The International Symposium on Fireworks Society
Ettore Contestabile, Chairman, econtest@rogers.com
Roger Schneider, Vice Chairman, rhosig01@aol.com
Fred Wade, Secretary –Treasurer, fireworks@fireworksfx.com
Directors
Colonna, Guy
Heckman, Julie
Lohrer, Christian
Tamura, Masamitsu
von Rosen, Bert

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Electro Explosive Device Training Course

Location: Oaks, Pennsylvania, USA, the home of Franklin Applied Physics, Inc.

Lectures Times: 9:00 am to 4:30 pm Monday through Thursday, and finishing at noon on Friday.

Cost:  US$1226.00.

This course is for electroexplosive device (EED) handlers, their supervisors, safety engineers, and instructors. It is also for designers, R&D personnel, quality control personnel, and inspectors.

For further details and appliction form please course info.pdf

TOPICS COVERED:

  • Nature of Explosions – Mechanical, Nuclear, Chemical Definitions
  • Chemistry of explosives and Explosions
  • Explosive Trains – Primary, Booster, Secondary
  • Safe and Arm – Separation, One Person, Insertion,  Mechanical, Automatic, Bore-riding, Set-back, Spin, etc.
  • Ignition of EEDs – Bridge types, Energy (short time),  Power (long time)
  • Inadvertent Ignition of EEDs – Wrong time, Batteries,  Galvanic Cell, Ground Currents, Electrostatic (ESD), Radio Frequency (RF), Stray Voltage, Lightning
  • Physical Effects of Explosions
  • Uses of Electro Explosive Devices (EEDs)
  • Quality Control of EEDs – Non-destructive tests, All-fire/ No Fire tests, Output tests
  • Definitions – Classify by use
  • High Explosives
  • Detonation and Effects
  • Propellants – Guns, Rockets
  • Pyrotechnics
  • Testing Explosives
  • Accident Protection
  • Storage & Shipment
  • History
  • Sources of Information

James G. Stuart, Ph.D.
Franklin Applied Physics, Inc.
98 Highland Avenue, PO Box 313
Oaks, Pennsylvania 19456-0313 U.S.A.
Tel (610) 666-6645, Fax (610) 666-0173
www.franklinphysics.com

The 8th Workshop on Pyrotechnic Combustion Mechanism

The 8th Workshop on Pyrotechnic Combustion Mechanism on Saturday May 14 2011 in Reims/France is coming closer. 

Please register soon.

For info please see:

http://intpyro.org/resources/1/First_%20Announcement_8th_WPC_2011.v2.pdf

 Looking forward to see you in Reims

High Energy Materials (HEMs) conference 2011

Please be reminded that we are one month away from the abstract submission deadline for the HEMs 2011Conference, which is set for 30th March 2011 (attached the Call for Papers). 

The 2011 edition of the High Energy Materials (HEMs) conference is scheduled from 3rd to 4th October 2011 in La Rochelle, France .

 Please send your abstracts to Mr. Fabrice VORILLON (fabrice.vorillon@aaaf.asso.fr)

We are counting on your abstracts!

For further information, please visit www.hem2011.com or contact us at fabrice.vorillon@aaaf.asso.fr or 0033 (0)1 56 64 12 38. 

The 3AF Team

Fabrice Vorillon
3AF – Assistant de Gestion de Projet Evénementiel
Tél : +33 (0)1 56 64 12 38
Fax : +33 (0)1 56 64 12 31

Europyro 2011

37th International Pyrotechnics Seminar to be held in Reims France

17th-19th May 2011

Pyrotechnic Chemistry Course

This course will run again in the UK on 28/29/30 March 2011

for more information click here

2nd Announcement – 7th Workshop on Pyrotechnic Combustion Mechanisms

Dear colleague!

We would like to remind you of an interesting event, the

7th Workshop on Pyrotechnic Combustion Mechanisms,

on Saturday, 22 August 2009 in The Westin Rotterdam, Rotterdam, NL

click here for more information

7th Workshop on Pyrotechnic Combustion Mechanisms

Event: 7th WPC

Date: Aug 22nd, 2009

Venue: Rotterdam, NL

Website: http://www.pyroworkshop.net/

Pyrotechnic Chemistry Course

The next course in the UK will be held at Grafham on 19/20/21 April 2010

For more details see http://www.pyrochemistry.net

NARAM 2009

August 8-14 2009, Johnstown, PA
Contact:
web: http://www.psc473.org/naram51/

For other launch information visit the NARWeb site: http://www.nar.org