Mining & Nuclear Engineering
226 McNutt Hall
ROLLA, MO 65409
Min Eng 6632: Theory Of High Explosives
Study of the application of chemical thermodynamics and the hydrodynamic theory to determine the properties of high explosives; application of detonation theory to steady-state detonations in real explosives; application of the above to the blasting action of explosives.(Co-listed with Exp Eng 6212)
Prerequisites: Graduate Standing.
Course Component(s): Lecture
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