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Detonation and Blast Wave Modelling of Explosions in Air

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posted on 2024-06-18, 09:52 authored by JP Lu, JG Andersen, FC Christo
The capabilities of the computer codes, LS-DYNA3D (1999) and IFSAS (1998) is investigated, for simulating the detonation and blast wave propagation of high explosives in air were analyzed. The detonation and resulting blast from 10kg of TNT was numerically investigated. The LS-DYNA code is an explicit finite element code with adaptive time stepping algorithm. The study show that IFSAS provides an accurate description of far field blast and LS-DYNA accurately captures the physics of detonation inside the explosive.

History

Volume

5

Pagination

1154-1155

Location

GUILIN, PEOPLES R CHINA

Start date

2003-10-15

End date

2003-10-18

ISBN-10

7-03-012202-X

Language

English

Notes

Cited By :1 Export Date: 20 August 2018 The capabilities of the computer codes, LS-DYNA3D (1999) and IFSAS (1998) is investigated, for simulating the detonation and blast wave propagation of high explosives in air were analyzed. The detonation and resulting blast from 10kg of TNT was numerically investigated. The LS-DYNA code is an explicit finite element code with adaptive time stepping algorithm. The study show that IFSAS provides an accurate description of far field blast and LS-DYNA accurately captures the physics of detonation inside the explosive.

Publication classification

E1.1 Full written paper - refereed

Editor/Contributor(s)

Huang P, Li SC, Wang YJ

Title of proceedings

Proceedings of the 2003 International Autumn Seminar on Propellants, Explosives and Pyrotechnics (2003 IASPEP) - Theory and Practice of Energetic Materials

Event

5th International Autumn Seminar on Propellants, Explosives and Pyrotecnics (IASPEP)

Publisher

SCIENCE PRESS BEIJING

Place of publication

Guilin; China

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