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Toward Detonation Theory : Shock Wave and High Pressure Phenomena - Anatoly N. Dremin

Toward Detonation Theory

Shock Wave and High Pressure Phenomena

Hardcover Published: 4th June 1999
ISBN: 9780387986722
Number Of Pages: 156

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It is known that the Chapman-Jouguet theory of detonation is based on the assumption of an instantaneous and complete transformation of explosives into detonation products in the wave front. Therefore, one should not expect from the theory any interpretations of the detonation limits, such as shock initiation of detĀ­ onation and kinetic instability and propagation (failure diameter). The Zeldovich-Von Neuman-Doring (ZND) theory of detonation appeared, in fact, as a response to the need for a theory capable of interpreting such limits, and the ZND detonation theory gave qualitative interpretations to the detonation limits. These interpretations were based essentially on the theoretical notion that the mechanism of explosives transformation at detonation is a combustion of a layer of finite thickness of shock-compressed explosive behind the wave shock front with the velocity of the front. However, some experimental findings turned out to be inconsistent with the theĀ­ ory. A very small change of homogeneous (liquid) explosives detonation velocity with explosive charge diameter near the rather sizable failure diameter is one of the findings. The elucidation of the nature of this finding has led to the discovery of a new phenomenon. This phenomenon has come to be known as the breakdown (BD) of the explosive self-ignition behind the front of shock waves under the effect of rarefaction waves.

Preface
Advantages and Limitations of Chapman-Jouguet and Zeldovich-Von Neumann-Doring Detonation Physical Modelsp. 1
Shock Initiation of Detonation and Breakdown Phenomenap. 15
Detonation Kinetic Instability and Breakdown Phenomenap. 33
Failure Diameter and Breakdown Phenomenap. 55
On Shock Wave Chemistry of Molecular Condensed Explosivesp. 117
General Conclusionp. 129
Referencesp. 133
Indexp. 153
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ISBN: 9780387986722
ISBN-10: 0387986723
Series: Shock Wave and High Pressure Phenomena
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 156
Published: 4th June 1999
Publisher: Springer-Verlag New York Inc.
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 23.5 x 15.5  x 1.27
Weight (kg): 0.37