Detonation Phenomena in Homogeneous Explosives View Full Text


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DATE

1956-07

AUTHORS

A. W. CAMPBELL, T. E. HOLLAND, M. E. MALIN, T. P. COTTER JUN.

ABSTRACT

WE have observed in this laboratory that the manner in which a detonation proceeds in a homogeneous explosive is more complex than had previously been thought. Regions of relatively low luminosity have been observed in the detonation fronts of homogeneous solid and liquid explosives under certain conditions of diameter and confinement. Although these regions of low luminosity, which we call ‘dark-waves’, are larger and more numerous under conditions close to failure, they have also been observed under conditions in which the detonation is apparently proceeding at normal, constant velocity. More... »

PAGES

38-39

Journal

TITLE

Nature

ISSUE

4523

VOLUME

178

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/178038a0

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