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Sudden energy release around interfaces during quasistatic loading

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This talk is on a recent work in charactering the relationship between energetic material properties and the catastrophic debonding of particle/binder interfaces, with emphasis on the inertial effects in a viscoelastic binder. The theoretical analyses are linked to two experimentally observed phenomena: (1) chaotic motion of PBX 9501 during slow heating, and (2) sudden stress drop and localized deformation during compression of a PBX 9501 Brazilian disk.

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