Recent Technical Papers of Dr. Barry T. Neyer


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Threshold Testing and Analysis

Barry T. Neyer, A D-Optimality Based Sensitivity Test, Technometrics, 36, pp 61-70 (1994).

Barry T. Neyer, New Developments in Sensitivity Testing, Presented at the 45th Annual Meeting of the Fuze Section, National Defense Industrial Association, Long Beach, CA April 2001.

Barry T. Neyer, Bradley Hanna, Scott Lobdell, Keith Thomas, Steve Smith, Are Detonators in Series-Parallel Circuits Independent?, Presented at the 43rd Annual Meeting of the Fuze Section, National Defense Industrial Association, Tampa, FL April 1999.

Barry T. Neyer and James V. Gageby, ISO 14304 Annex B All-Fire/No-Fire Test and Analysis Methods, Proceedings of the Seventeenth Explosives and Pyrotechnics Conference, Philadelphia, PA, April 1999.

Barry T. Neyer, Bradley Hanna, and R. Scott Such, Simultaneous All-Fire and No-Fire Determination of Multi Detonator Systems, Presented at the 42nd Annual Meeting of the Fuze Section, National Defense Industrial Association, San Diego, CA, April 1998.

Barry T. Neyer, m + ks Analysis of Various Threshold Tests, Proceedings of the Sixteenth Explosives and Pyrotechnics Conference, Philadelphia, PA, April 1997.

Barry T. Neyer, Is the Distribution of Slapper Thresholds Symmetrical, Proceedings of the Fifteenth Symposium on Explosives and Pyrotechnics, Essington, PA, April 1994

Barry T. Neyer, Sensitivity Testing and Analysis, Proceedings of the Sixteenth International Pyrotechnics Seminar, Jönköping, Sweden, April 1994.

Barry T. Neyer, Analysis of Sensitivity Tests, MLM-3736, EG&G Mound Applied Technologies, Miamisburg, Ohio, March 1992.

General Detonator Diagnostics

Barry T. Neyer, Detonator Qualification and Lot Acceptance Test Requirements, AIAA 2002-3796, Proceedings of the 38th Joint Propulsion Conference, Indianapolis, IN, July 2002.

Barry T. Neyer, Are Detonator Qualification and Lot Acceptance Test Requirements Rational?, Presented at the 46th Annual Meeting of the Fuze Section, National Defense Industrial Association, San Antonio, TX, April 2002.

Barry T. Neyer, John T. Adams, and Terry L. Stoutenborough, Aerospace Leak Test Requirements, AIAA 2000-3735, Proceedings of 36th Joint Propulsion Conference, Huntsville, AL, July 2000.

Selma S. Goldstein, Donald J. Jackson, and Barry T. Neyer, Assessment Of Current Methodologies To Establish Detonation Transfer Margins, AIAA 98-3467, Proceedings of 34th Joint Propulsion Conference, Cleveland, OH, July 1998.

Barry T. Neyer, Use of VISAR to Replace Detonator Dent Tests, AIAA 95-2702, Proceedings of 31st Joint Propulsion Conference, San Diego, CA, July 1995.

Energetic Components and Systems

Barry T. Neyer, Lloyd A Cox, Robert J. Tomasoski, PerkinElmer Optoelectronics, HNS-IV Explosive Properties and Characterization Tests, AIAA 2003-5138, Proceedings of 39th Joint Propulsion Conference, Huntsville, AL, July 2003.

Barry T. Neyer, Terry L. Stoutenborough, Robert J. Tomasoski, PerkinElmer Optoelectronics, Duane Finello, Richard Mabry, Steve Smith, AFRL/MNMI, Design and Test Results of a Shock Hardened Version of the Blue ChipTM Detonator, Presented at the 44th Annual Meeting of the Fuze Section, National Defense Industrial Association, Livermore, CA, April 2000.

Barry T. Neyer, John T. Adams, James C. Edwards, Terry L. Stoutenborough, Robert J. Tomasoski, A Low Cost, Reliable, Hermetically Sealed, Chip Slapper Detonator Suitable for Various Aerospace Applications, AIAA 99-2555, Proceedings of 35th Joint Propulsion Conference, Los Angeles, CA, June 1999.

T. Andrew Demana, Dan Knick, Barry Neyer, Bill Newman, John Adams, Jim Edwards, Allen Seals, Jim Kane, Hemant Patel, Jim Dowdle, Gary Schreffler, John Savage, Frank Gili, Design and Qualification Results for the Firing Module for the Common Module ESAF (C-ESAF), Presented at the 43rd Annual Meeting of the Fuze Section, National Defense Industrial Association, Tampa, FL, April 1999.

John Sudick and Barry T. Neyer, Lessons Learned from Safe and Arm Detonation Transfer Test Program, AIAA 98-3626, Proceedings of 34th Joint Propulsion Conference, Cleveland, OH, July 1998.

Barry T. Neyer, John T. Adams, Paul R. Back, James C. Edwards, Robert J. Tomasoski, Mervat Faltas, Tomas Doyle, Alex Strychalski, Robert Tetreault, Bradley Hanna, and R. Scott Such, A Low Cost, Reliable, Hermetically Sealed, Chip Slapper Detonator, Presented at the 42nd Annual Meeting of the Fuze Section, National Defense Industrial Association, San Diego, CA, April 1998.

Douglas E. Benner, David J. Haas, Richard J. Massey, Alan C. Munger, and Barry T. Neyer, Development of a Laser Ignited Actuator, AIAA 97-2825, Proceedings of 33rd Joint Propulsion Conference, Seattle, WA, July 1997.

Daniel R. Knick, Barry Neyer, Elton (Al) E. Tibbitts, Electronic Safe And Arm Devices for Use with Non-Interupted Explosive Initiation, AIAA 97-2961, Proceedings of 33rd Joint Propulsion Conference, Seattle, WA, July 1997.

Barry T. Neyer, Bridgewire Heating, Proceedings of the Sixteenth Explosives and Pyrotechnics Conference, Philadelphia, PA, April 1997.

Alan C. Munger, and Barry T. Neyer, Lessons Learned Developing a Pyrotechnic/Thermite Torch, Proceedings of Munitions Technology Symposium IV Conference, Reno, NV, February 1997.

Donald J. Jackson, Barry T. Neyer, and Michael K. Saemisch, Development and Qualification Testing of the High Voltage Detonator (HVD), AIAA 96-2874, Proceedings of 32nd Joint Propulsion Conference, Orlando FL, July, 1996.


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