China IRBM/SRBM (and non-ICBM/SLBM) thread

Ringsword

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It's a wonder that the PLARF/Sec ART has any fuel left for these tests when its officers and soldiers are too busy pilfering the highly toxic,super volatile no doubt chemical-stinky UDH/hydrazine etc rocket fuel to cook their hot pot suppers.:oops::oops::oops::oops::oops:
And maybe after a good meal a long soak in a hot tub made of super tensile strength steel/titanium/aluminum alloy hot tub filled wth the hot water that was long heating in the body of a DF31/DF41 ICBM fuselage-so good after a long day in the missile control room/Wan sui!
 
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Zhejiang

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It's a wonder that the PLARF/Sec ART has any fuel left for these tests when its officers and soldiers are too busy pilfering the highly toxic,super volatile no doubt chemical-stinky UDH/hydrazine etc rocket fuel to cook their hot pot suppers.:oops::oops::oops::oops::oops:
And maybe after a good meal a long soak in a hot tub made of super tensile strength steel/titanium/aluminum alloy hot tub filled wth the hot water that was long heating in the body of a DF31/DF41 ICBM fuselage-so good after a long day in the missile control room/Wan sui!
Do we know what fuel they use for the solid fueled rockets? I know the DF 5 and the space rockets fuel is highly toxic but I am not sure about the solid fueled ones. Also about that guy, he said it was before 2017, so Morden China military like how don’t they enough supplies, then he said he used jet fuel to cook, lol. And not to mention the US had spy’s all over China at that time yet no one heard a peep about it
 

gelgoog

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The US often uses Aluminium powder as fuel, Ammonium Perchlorate as the oxidizer, and some kind of rubber like substance (HTPB) as the binder. For its solid fuel.

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It is way safer than an hypergolic. For one the propellant is basically shelf stable. The worst thing is the chlorine in the exhaust when you burn it.
 
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by78

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A screen shot of erected DF-26 launch canisters.

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FIDEL de Chacal

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Conventional or Nuclear armed MaRV warhead , a Anti Ship variant in service and a possible "HGV" (rumor) variant in the works.

The DF-26 is turning into very interesting platform...With the continued modernization and expansion of the PLA arsenal I'm curious to see if we will get a MIRV(×3) DF26 variant eventually down the road.

Will the DF26 get the "RSD10 PIONEER Mod 2 treatment" , that would surely make certain bean counter heads explode...
 
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