Development of explosive transformation of NCT energy-intensive metal complex during bridge initiation
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This paper describes the results of the experimental study on the effect of structural parameters, such as diameter, height, and density, on the development of explosive transformation of an NCP energy-intensive metal complex during bridge initiation. The results are compared with those obtained in shock-wave initiation.
Keywordsexplosive transformation means of initiation detonation explosives
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