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Thread: Type 91 and Type 97 explosives' yield vs that of Torpex

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    Default Type 91 and Type 97 explosives' yield vs that of Torpex

    Hi

    I've read quite a few things about the difference in yield of the explosive used on japanese torpedoes during WWII. I also know they had one similar to the british TorPex adopted by the US Navy in 1943, but don't know if and when they used it operationnally.

    Type 91 explosive : ???

    type 97 explosive : allegedly 1.07 times that of TNT

    Torpex : allegedly 1.5 times that of TNT


    can anyone help me ?

    thanks

    keltos

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    Default Re: Type 91 and Type 97 explosives' yield vs that of Torpex

    Hi

    No infos on IJA use, sorry

    For IJN:

    Following
    http://www.fischer-tropsch.org/prima...ort%200-25.pdf

    Type 91 explosive was Trinitroanisole

    Type 97 expolsive was Trinitrotoluene (TNT) 60 % / Hexanitrodiphenylamine (Hexyl or HNDA) 40 %

    Torpex was Cyclotrimethylenetrinitramine (RDX) 42 % / Trinitrotoluene (TNT) 40 % / powdered aluminium 18%.
    IJN had no similar mixture but tested TNT 60% / Hexyl 24% / powdered aluminium 16 % as explosive for torpedo warheads but it seems that it was not adopted until surrender.

    Yours

    tom!

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    Default Re: Type 91 and Type 97 explosives' yield vs that of Torpex

    Quote Originally Posted by tom! View Post
    Hi

    No infos on IJA use, sorry

    For IJN:

    Following
    http://www.fischer-tropsch.org/prima...ort%200-25.pdf

    Type 91 explosive was Trinitroanisole

    Type 97 expolsive was Trinitrotoluene (TNT) 60 % / Hexanitrodiphenylamine (Hexyl or HNDA) 40 %

    Torpex was Cyclotrimethylenetrinitramine (RDX) 42 % / Trinitrotoluene (TNT) 40 % / powdered aluminium 18%.
    IJN had no similar mixture but tested TNT 60% / Hexyl 24% / powdered aluminium 16 % as explosive for torpedo warheads but it seems that it was not adopted until surrender.

    Yours

    tom!
    thanks that helped !

    keltos

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