The cohesive law of particle/binder interfaces in solid propellants

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Abstract

Solid propellants are treated as composites with high volume fraction of
particles embedded in the polymeric binder. A micromechanics model
is developed to establish the link between the microscopic behavior of
particle/binder interfaces and the macroscopic constitutive information.
This model is then used to determine the tension/shearing coupled in-
terface cohesive law of a redesigned solid rocket motor propellant, based
on the experimental data of the stress-strain and dilatation-strain curves
for the material under slow rate uniaxial tension.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationMoscow
PublisherTorus Press
Number of pages8
Volume2
Publication statusPublished - 2011

Publication series

NameAdvances in Aerospace Sciences

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    Tan, H. (2011). The cohesive law of particle/binder interfaces in solid propellants. (Advances in Aerospace Sciences). Torus Press.