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Fundamental Study of Dense Fluid-Detonation
Annual rept. 1 Apr 1982-31 Mar 1983
CALIFORNIA UNIV LIVERMORE DEPT OF APPLIED SCIENCE
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Detonation wave profiles are obtained using a realistic dense fluid equation of state. These profiles are compared to the predictions of the simplified Zeldovich Von Neumann Doering model. Methods are developed for simulating the rapid uniaxial compression of solids suited to molecular dynamics simulation. the interatomic distribution function are formulated in solids, for comparison with atomistic simulations and use in kinetic reaction models. The next two years will concentrate on reaction initiation and intramolecular energy transfers in reacting molecules in the solid phase.
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