612 Thermophysics and Reactions in Energetic Materials

Wednesday, November 16, 2016: 3:15 PM - 5:45 PM
Bay View (Hotel Nikko San Francisco)
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.


Edward Dreizin
Email: dreizin@njit.edu

Lori J. Groven
Email: lori.groven@sdsmt.edu

3:15 PM
Welcoming Remarks

3:20 PM
(612a) Effect of Heating Rate on Combustion of Nano-Composite Thermites Prepared By Arrested Reactive Milling
Ian Monk, Prithish Basak, Song Wang, Mirko Schoenitz and Edward Dreizin

3:37 PM
(612b) Tunable Aluminum and Liquid Fluorocarbon Pyrotechnics
Michael Huston, Stuart J. Barkley and Travis R. Sippel

3:54 PM
(612c) In-Situ Imaging of Particles during Rapid Thermite Deflagrations
Kyle Sullivan, Robert Reeves, John Densmore, Trevor Willey, Tony Van Buuren and Kamel Fezzaa

4:28 PM

4:55 PM
(612f) Effect of Metal-Based Catalysts on Ignition and Combustion of Boron
Kerri-Lee A. Chintersingh, Mirko Schoenitz and Edward L. Dreizin
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