Multiscale Modeling of High Energetic Materials under Impact Loads

Rımolı, Julıan
Gürses, Ercan
Ortız, Mıchael


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Citation Formats
J. Rımolı, E. Gürses, and M. Ortız, “Multiscale Modeling of High Energetic Materials under Impact Loads,” 2009, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: