Table of Contents
I. Shortcomings in the macroscopic plane-wave model of detonation.
II. Impedance mirror photography of H. Dean Mallory.
III. Pressure generating mechanis.
V. Pressure sources for modeling.
VI. Rayleigh's bubble model.
VII. Losses by volume variations.
VIII. Variety of initiation modes by bubbles.
IX. Various approaches to describe bubble dynamic phenomena.
X. Sensitivity testing.
XI. Low- (LVD) and slow-velocity detonation (SVD) of liquid explosives.
XII. Low velocity detonation of solid explosives.
XIII. Case histories. XIV.
XV. Finite shock rise.
XVI. Void precursors.
XVII. Alterations of hugoniots by bubble flow.
XVIII. Critical dimensions.
XIX. Critical diameter(s) of nitromethane (NM).
XX. Smooth and rough pressure fronts, dark waves and DDT.
XXI. Shock tubes.
XXII. Detonation phenomena in charges with an axial cavity.
XXIII. Microscopic and macroscopic properties of solids.
XXIV. Fracture dynamics of initiation.
- No. of pages: 616
- Language: English
- Copyright: © Elsevier Science 2003
- Published: April 25, 2003
- Imprint: Elsevier Science
- eBook ISBN: 9780080527628
- Hardcover ISBN: 9780444513328
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