Seminar Announcement


Basic Pyrotechnics

Date: 20. - 22. June 2018

 

Location: Kaiserslautern, Germany 

 

Content:

This seminar is intended for those involved with the procurement, development, production and research of pyrotechnics  at governmental agencies, research institutes, military pyro& firework manufacturers and testing facilities.

The seminar starts with the Basic Chemistry & Physics of Pyrotechnic Compositions and their Design Principles. Various different Pyrotechnic Composition types (Blackpowder, Heat Generation, Delays, Igniters, Gas Generators, Strobes, Crackling, Whistling, Illuminating & Decoy Flares, Smoke & Obscurant) and the respective stores are discussed and explained. Hazards and Accidents in the Production and Logistics of Pyrotechnic Ammunition are discussed. The seminar concludes with a session on New Developmental Trends in Pyrotechnics and Environmental & Occupational Health Effects of Pyrotechnics.

 

Lecturers:

  • Dr. Ernst-Christian Koch, FRSC,  Lutradyn
  • & Team

 

Seminar Language & Documentation:

English 

 

Course Fee:

1190,- EUR (19 % VAT incl.) 

 

includes:

-printed & electronic documentation 

-Coffee, Tea  & softdrinks in the seminar facility

 

Pre-Register here: seminars@lutradyn.com


Past Seminars


Pyrotechnic Countermeasures

Flares & Obscurants

Date: 25. - 27. April 2016

Content

This seminar is intended for those involved with the procurement, development, production and research of pyrotechnic countermeasures at governmental agencies, research institutes, manufacturers and testing facilities.

The seminar starts with the chemistry, physics and design principles of pyrotechnic formulations. Emission and propagation phenomena of electromagnetic radiation pertinent to decoys and obscurants are explained. After an introduction of the corresponding threat selected formulations, designs and developmental trends for both decoy flares and obscurants are presented and discussed. The seminar concludes with a session on hazards in the production and testing of pyrotechnic countermeasures and evaluation of their Insensitive Munitions (IM) characteristic.

Seminar Language & Documentation: English