An Investigation of Stationary and Moving Cased Charge Detonations in Stone Lined Pipes
This paper describes the application of a coupled CFD and CSD methodology to the simulation of a thick-cased explosive-filled cylinder placed inside a pipe composed of either steel or various strength stones. The objective is to better understand the energy exchange mechanisms between the impacting case debris produced by either stationary or moving charges on the surrounding pipe material and its affect on the energy propagation in the pipe.
This project was supported by the Department of Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA). Mr. Michael E. Giltrud and Ms. Jacqueline Bell served at the Technical Control Monitors.
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