742 Thermophysics and Reactions in Energetic Materials

Thursday, November 20, 2014: 3:15 PM
211 (Hilton Atlanta)
The focus of the session is on theoretical prediction and measurement of thermophysical properties of energetic materials. The properties of explosives and propellant compounds are important for manufacturing and packaging munitions and for predicting and managing and resulting environmental consequences of their use. We encourage you to sumit and abstract for presentation at the session.


Veera Boddu
Email: veera.boddu@usace.army.mil

Lori J. Groven
Email: lgroven@purdue.edu

3:42 PM
(742b) Superadiabaticity in Reaction Waves As a Mechanism for Energy Concentration
Sayalee G. Mahajan, Joel T. Abrahamson, Stephanie Birkhimer, Eric Friedman, Qing Hua Wang, Margaret Beck and Michael S. Strano

5:10 PM

5:32 PM
(742g) Low-Temperature Exothermic Reactions in Fully-Dense Al/MoO3 Nanocomposite Powders
Edward L. Dreizin, Rayon Williams, Mirko Schoenitz and Alexandre Ermoline
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