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Energetic materials [electronic resource] : thermophysical properties, predictions, and experimental measurements / edited by Veera Boddu, Paul Redner.

Contributor(s): Material type: TextTextPublication details: Boca Raton, FL : CRC Press, 2010.ISBN:
  • 9781439835135 (hardback)
Subject(s): DDC classification:
  • 662/.2 22
LOC classification:
  • TP268 .E54 2010
Other classification:
  • SCI013060 | TEC009070 | TEC021000
Online resources: MATERIALSnetBASECHEMLIBnetBASEENGnetBASEMECHANICALENGINEERINGnetBASESummary: "Due to safety reasons, energetic materials are rarely studied at research facilities. Therefore, theoretical and empirical models are needed for studying the behavior of these materials. This book provides insight into the depth and breadth of theoretical and empirical models and experimental techniques being developed for energetic materials. It presents the latest research by US Department of Defense engineers and scientists, along with their academic and industrial research partners. Some of the topics and simulations discussed can be applied to other classes of chemical compounds, such as those used in the pharmaceutical industry"--
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General Books General Books CUTN Central Library Medicine, Technology & Management 662/.2 (Browse shelf(Opens below)) 1 Available 10419

Paper presented by the Energetic Materials Group during the American Institute of Chemical Engineers National Meeting in 2008 in Philadelphia.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

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"Due to safety reasons, energetic materials are rarely studied at research facilities. Therefore, theoretical and empirical models are needed for studying the behavior of these materials. This book provides insight into the depth and breadth of theoretical and empirical models and experimental techniques being developed for energetic materials. It presents the latest research by US Department of Defense engineers and scientists, along with their academic and industrial research partners. Some of the topics and simulations discussed can be applied to other classes of chemical compounds, such as those used in the pharmaceutical industry"--

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