Explosion, Shock Wave and High-Energy Reaction Phenomena

Volume 673

doi: 10.4028/www.scientific.net/MSF.673

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Authors: Matej Vesenjak, Zoran Ren, Mojtaba Moatamedi

Abstract: The paper presents a fluid structure interaction based numerical study of impact loading for a hemispherical structure upon water and a...

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Authors: Hyoung In Lee, El Hang Lee

Abstract: Back in 1990, D. S. Stewart and the first author contributed significantly to understanding the one-dimensional stability of detonation...

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Authors: Ananda Barua, Min Zhou

Abstract: A framework for quantifying the thermomechanical response of polymer bonded explosives (PBX) at the microstructural level is developed using...

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Authors: Shuichi Torii

Abstract: The aim of the present study is to improve heat transfer performance and to attenuate pressure drop in plate heat exchanger with the...

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Authors: Sun Hee Yoo, Scott D. Stewart, David E. Lambert

Abstract: In this paper, we demonstrate that an engineering device can be carefully designed in such a way that an overdriven solid state detonation...

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Authors: M. Suceska, H.G. Ang, H.Y. Chan

Abstract: One of the most important tasks of thermochemical codes for the calculation of detonation properties is the accurate description of the...

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Authors: Shinjiro Kawabe, Hidetoshi Sakamoto, Yoshifumi Ohbuchi, Shigeru Itoh

Abstract: The glass containers crushing process for recycling by using underwater shockwave was observed and the new cullet generation technique by...

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Authors: Mahdi Ghassemi Kakroudi, Shahin Khameneh Asl

Abstract: A pulse-echo technique, based on ultrasonic "long-bar" mode (LBM) velocity measurements, working up to 1700°C is described. Magnetostrictive...

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Authors: Tran Manh Vu, Jeong Park, Jeong Soo Kim, Oh Boong Kwon, Jin Han Yun, Sang In Keel

Abstract: Flame propagation characteristics of hydrogen/carbon monoxide/methane (or propane)–air premixed mixtures were studied in a constant pressure...

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