Energetic Materials of Oklahoma, L.L.C.
We specialize in providing restricted access rocket motors, reloads,
hardware, and accessories to rocketry enthusiasts in the state of
Oklahoma. From composite materials to resin systems, from pre-preg cloths
to finished panels, we're there to help you make your high power rocket a
success. We also provide software to help in the design of experimental
rocket motors. So follow the links below to find what you need and let us know if there is anything we can
do to help you in your pursuit of rocketry, be it commercial or
We are currently out of Aertotech products. All of the information
concerning AT products and pricing on this web page are 5 years out of
date. As we get the chance, we'll update this information.
Our hearts go out to all of the employees and families of Aerotech and
Industrial Solid Propellant, especially to those injured. For those who
haven't heard yet, the Aerotech facility in Las Vegas, NV caught fire and
exploded on Monday, 15 October, 2001. Here
is a link to one news story about the accident. All of our thoughts
are with you.
Due to this incident, some AeroTech products may not be immediately
available unless we currently have them in our rapidly shrinking stock.
Check out our online
Download an Adobe Acrobat PDF version of the Catalog (2001 Catalog.pdf)
Place an order
Rocketry Related Papers
- Download motor1.exe a windows program to help in the design of
experimental rocket motors. Old version is 1.0
- Download motor1.3.zip a windows program to help in the design of
experimental rocket motors. This is the newest for-public-release
version. (v1.3) [note: erosive burning is accounted for by the enhancement
expression (1+k1*(G-G0)/P) where k1 is the pressure parameter and G0 is
the threshold mass flux through the core at which erosive burning begins.
Yes, it's not perfect, but it can be tweaked to fit many circumstances.
All geometries should work noe except for regular slots.]
- Download TAMEx 1.6
Head's Up! Real Soon Now (Read "as soon as I get to it")
this free beta will go away and be replaced by a pay version of the code.
If you have any thoughts about what I shoud charge,
drop me an e-mail.
This is the beta
version of the final version of "motor", now named by users TAMEx. It
handles all geometries and includes documentation via the F1 key. If you
download this please send comments, questions, or complaints to Tim.
- Download wpropepz.zip a zip archive containing a ProPep, a
rocket fuel properties calculation program and wpropep, a windows front
end to make using the program easier. Current version is 1.1
- Download cti.eng
the motor data file for Cesaroni Pro38 motors for use with Rocksim
If you have problems, comments, questions, or complaints you can
send mail to Tim Melton (email@example.com).
Last modified 28 February 2003.