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RECENT PAPERS FROM DX-1, DETONATION SCIENCE AND
R. H. Warnes and S. A. Sheffield
Over the past year members of DX-1 have participated in several
conferences where presentations were made and papers prepared for
proceedings. There have also been several papers published in or
submitted to refereed journals for publication. Rather than attach all
these papers to the DX-1 Quarterly Report, we decided to put them in
a Los Alamos report that could be distributed to those who get the
quarterly, as well as others that have an interest in the work being
done in DX-1 both inside and outside the Laboratory.
This compilation does not represent all the work reported during the
year because some people have chosen not to include their work here.
In particular, there were a number of papers relating to deflagration-
to-detonation modeling that are not included. However, this group of
papers does present a good picture of much of the unclassified
equation of state and energetic materials work being done in DX-1.
Several of the papers include co-authors from other groups or
divisions at the Laboratory, providing an indication of the
collaborations in which people in DX-1 are involved. The papers
discuss the various subjects in less detail than if they were part of a
quarterly report, but they are more complete in terms of describing
the work done. In some cases, work in the areas is continuing, so the
papers represent progress reports. In the case of papers in the
refereed journals, they represent work that has been completed.
The papers are not ordered except that those given at meetings are
first and the three journal articles are last. Because of space
limitations established for the proceedings, the papers given at the
American Physical Society Topical Conference on Shock Compression
of Condensed Matter are all four pages in length. The format of each
paper is the same as has been used in the paper submitted for
In the case of the APS Meeting, papers with DX-1 people as authors
or co-authors represent over 4% of all the papers given at the
conference (15 out of about 350). Since this was an international
meeting, this amount of participation illustrates the impact of our
work on the shock and energetic materials community throughout the
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