Abstract: EC) has been accumulated by now. The dependences of Q on the initial ES density Q (ρ0) are obtained. However, the detonation
pressure in the base charge can be changed in practice causing super compressed detonation, due to the initiation of the base charge
by a powerful explosive; therefore, the dependences of the explosion heat on the detonation pressure Q (P), which can be obtained on
the basis of the available dependences Q (ρ0) for individual explosives is of practical interest as they can be applied to EC.
A method to determine the dependences for calculating the heat of explosion of various aircraft, including aluminum-containing
ones, both during normal and super compressed detonation is presented.
Index terms: explosives (explosive compositions), pressure of detonation products, detonation velocity, mass velocity, super compressed detonation, oxygen coefficient, heat of explosion, dispersed aluminum.