High Strain-rate Fracture and Fragmentation of Navy High Density Reactive Material, LT Erik Chamberlain, USN [video]
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High Strain-rate Fracture and Fragmentation of Navy High Density Reactive Material presented by LT Erik Chamberlain, USN. Advisor: Joseph Hooper, Sponsor: Cliff Bedford ONR
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