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Energy dissipation in polymer-bonded explosives with various levels of constituent plasticity and internal friction

The ignition of energetic materials (EM) under dynamic loading is mainly controlled by localized temperature spikes known as hotspots. Hotspots occur due to several dissipation mechanisms, including viscoplasticity, viscoelasticity, and internal friction along crack surfaces. To analyze the contributions of these mechanisms, we quantify the ignition probability, energy dissipation, damage evolution, and hotspot characteristics of polymer-bonded explosives (PBXs) with various levels of constituent plasticity of the energetic phase and internal crack face friction.

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Experimental Study of Natural Convection from an Array of Square Fins

In this research, we experimentally investigate natural convection heat transfer of three finned-tube exchangers with an array of square fins and a fin spacing of 5, 9, and 14 mm. The exchangers are in a 5.8m x 4m x 3m control room where temperature and humidity are automatically controlled with heating, cooling, humidifying, and dehumidifying equipment. We changed the surface temperature of the center tube by varying the input power of the heating element from 8.4 to 56.7 Watts.

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A comprehensive investigation of natural convection inside a partially differentially heated cavity with a thin fin using two-set lattice Boltzmann distribution functions

Natural convection occurs in many engineering systems such as electronic cooling and solar collectors. Nusselt number (Nu) is one of the most important parameters in these systems that should be under control. This investigation is a comprehensive heat transfer analysis for partially differentially heated cavities with a small thin fin mounted on the hot wall of the cavity to increase or decrease the Nu. A Boussinesq approximation was utilized to model the buoyancy-driven flow.

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An efficient computational technique for modeling dislocation–precipitate interactions within dislocation dynamics

A new computational technique for modeling dislocation interactions with shearable and non-shearable precipitates within the line dislocation dynamics framework is presented. While shearable precipitates are modeled by defining a resistance function, non-shearable ones are modeled by drawing a comparison between the two well-known Orowan and Frank–Read mechanisms. The precipitates are modeled directly within the dislocation dynamics analysis without the need for any additional numerical methods.

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For some educational purposes, I need a 2D Dislocation Dynamics Matlab Code.

For some educational purposes, I need a 2D Dislocation Dynamics Matlab Code. Where can I get it?

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For some educational purposes, I need a 2D Dislocation Dynamics Matlab Code.

For some educational purposes, I need a 2D Dislocation Dynamics Matlab Code. How can I find it?

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