Journal of Pyrotechnics Issues 1 to 26 (1995 to 2007)
For Issues 27 (2008+) and beyond visit the Journal of Pyrotechnic Archive
Originally, issues of the Journal of Pyrotechnics [ISSN 1082-3999] appeared twice a year. Early issues contained 40 to 50 pages. Later issues contained 70 to 80 pages printed in 8-1/2×11″ format with medium-sized print. Areas of pyrotechnics addressed includefireworks, pyrotechnic special effects, propellants & rocketry, and civilian pyrotechnics. The Journal is “dedicated to the advancement of pyrotechnics through the sharing of information“. This is accomplished with a mix of different types of articles; however, most fall into two areas. One area is reports on pyrotechnic and fireworks research conducted by both professional scientists and individual experimenters. The other area is reviews of various technical and craft areas of pyrotechnics, some at an advanced level and others at a tutorial level.
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Issues 1 to 5 are US$25.00 per issue.
Issues 6 to 24 are US$35.00 per issue.
Issues 25 and 26 are US $40.00 per issue.
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A Keyword index for Issues 1 to 26 correlates keywords with where the article appeared.
An authors’ index PDF file for Issues 1 to 26 correlates the issue and page number to where an author’s article appeared.
Additionally, there is a complete list of all titles, keywords and authors of the articles that have appeared in Issue 1 to 26.
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