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  1. 1. Aloha and E Komo Mai! (Welcome) Welcome to SCCM 2007, the 15th American Physical Society Topical Conference on the Shock Compression of Physical Matter. For this 15th SCCM conference, we have chosen the serene Fairmont Orchid Hotel on the Big Island of Hawai`i as the venue. The field of shock compression is vibrant on both sides of the Pacific. Hawai`i, as a gateway to the Pacific, is the ideal conference venue for scientific exchange on both sides of the Pacific. We have put together an exciting and diverse program that represents the multidisciplinary nature of shock compression. In recent years, there have been great developments in quasi-isentropic compression that takes us off the principal Hugoniot. This opens up a whole new area of phase space and possibilities but has a very different set of challenges that need to be overcome. For this conference, a special session was created to showcase these developments and challenges to the community. In a different vein, a session is devoted to medical uses of shock compression. This represents a very different use of shock compression than the established applications. For this year, we have six parallel sessions of contributed talks and two poster sessions presenting the latest developments in the field. Finally, this beautiful setting, on the Big Island of Hawai`i, will provide a magnificent backdrop for the important social and scientific exchanges between old friends and new ones. On behalf of the Organizing Committee and, our local host, the University of Hawai`i at Hilo, “E Komo Mai” (Welcome) to Hawai`i and the APS Topical Group. Malama Pono, Ricky Chau Jeff Nguyen Neil C. Holmes
  2. 2. 2007 APS SCCM EPITOME Jun 25 2007 8:00AM, Monday Session A1 Plenary Session I followed by Memorial Session Chair: Neil Holmes, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Room: Fairmont Orchid Hotel Salon I/II Invited Speakers: Takayama Jun 25 2007 10:30AM, Monday Session B2 Inelastic Deformation-Glass and Porous Media Chair: Naresh Thadhani, Georgia Institute of Technology Room: Fairmont Orchid Hotel Amphitheater Invited Speakers: Proud, Alexander Session B3 High Energy Density Physics / Warm Dense Matter Chair: Peter Celliers, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Room: Fairmont Orchid Hotel Plaza I Invited Speakers: Militzer Session B4 Experimental Developments I Chair: Doug Tasker, Los Alamos National Laboratory Room: Fairmont Orchid Hotel Plaza II Session B5 Spectroscopy and Optical Studies I Chair: Joel Carney, Naval Surface Warfare Center Room: Fairmont Orchid Hotel Plaza III Invited Speakers: Dreger Session B6 Detonation Properties Chair: Terry Salyer, Los Alamos National Laboratory Room: Fairmont Orchid Hotel Promenade I/II Invited Speakers: Tappan Session B7 Detonation Modeling Chair: Caroline Handley, AWE, UK Room: Fairmont Orchid Hotel Promenade III Jun 25 2007 1:45PM, Monday Session C2 First Principles and Molecular Dynamics Calculations I Chair: Carter White, Naval Research Laboratory Room: Fairmont Orchid Hotel Amphitheater Session C3 X-ray Diffraction/Scattering I Chair: Paulo Rigg, Los Alamos National Laboratory Room: Fairmont Orchid Hotel Plaza I Invited Speakers: Hawreliak Session C4 Phase Transitions I Chair: Marina Bastea, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Room: Fairmont Orchid Hotel Plaza II Invited Speakers: Bonev Session C5 Equation of State I Chair: Neal Chesnut, Los Alamos National Laboratory Room: Fairmont Orchid Hotel Plaza III Invited Speakers: Nagayama Session C6 Structural Reactive Materials Chair: John Aidun, Sandia National Laboratories Room: Fairmont Orchid Hotel Promenade I/II Invited Speakers: Thadhani Jun 25 2007 3:45PM, Monday Session D2 Large Scale Computations Chair: Ramon Ravelo, Los Alamos National Laboratory Room: Fairmont Orchid Hotel Amphitheater Invited Speakers: Germann Session D3 Inelastic Deformation I Chair: William Proud, University of Cambridge Room: Fairmont Orchid Hotel Plaza I 1
  3. 3. 2007 APS SCCM EPITOME continued... Session D4 Experimental Developments II Chair: Jack Wise, Sandia National Laboratories Room: Fairmont Orchid Hotel Plaza II Session D5 Hydrodynamic and Applied Modeling Chair: John Maw, AWE, UK Room: Fairmont Orchid Hotel Plaza III Session D6 Detonation Theory Chair: Ed Kober, Los Alamos National Laboratory Room: Fairmont Orchid Hotel Promenade I/II Jun 25 2007 8:00PM, Monday Session E1 Poster Session I Room: Fairmont Orchid Hotel Salon III Jun 26 2007 8:00AM, Tuesday Session F1 Special Session on Isentropic Compression Chair: Dana Dlott, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Room: Fairmont Orchid Hotel Salon I/II Invited Speakers: Hayes, Smith, Orlikowski Jun 26 2007 10:30AM, Tuesday Session G2 Material Science I Chair: Chris Adams, Los Alamos National Laboratory Room: Fairmont Orchid Hotel Amphitheater Invited Speakers: Mashimo Session G3 Inelastic Deformation II Chair: Davis Tonks, Los Alamos National Laboratory Room: Fairmont Orchid Hotel Plaza I Session G4 Isentropic and Off Hugoniot Loading I Chair: Neil Holmes, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Room: Fairmont Orchid Hotel Plaza II Invited Speakers: Patterson Session G5 Equation of State II Chair: Damien Hicks, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Room: Fairmont Or- chid Hotel Plaza III Session G6 Explosives/Mechanical Response I Chair: Darla Thompson, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Room: Fairmont Orchid Hotel Promenade I/II Invited Speakers: Joshi Session G7 Continuum and Multiscale Modeling I Chair: Mike Winey, Washington State University Room: Fairmont Orchid Hotel Promenade III Jun 26 2007 1:45PM, Tuesday Session H2 First Principles and Molecular Dynamics Calculations II Chair: Ann Mattsson, Sandia National Laborato- ries Room: Fairmont Orchid Hotel Amphitheater Invited Speakers: Mattsson Session H3 Stress-Strength Measurements I Chair: Tracy Vogler, Sandia National Laboratories Room: Fairmont Orchid Hotel Plaza I Session H4 Experimental Developments III Chair: Brian Jensen, Sandia National Laboratories Room: Fairmont Orchid Hotel Plaza II Invited Speakers: Rigg Session H5 X-ray Diffraction/Scattering II Chair: Reed Patterson, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Room: Fairmont Orchid Hotel Plaza III Session H7 Reactive Materials I Chair: Jennifer Jordan, Air Force Research Laboratory Room: Fairmont Orchid Hotel Promenade III Invited Speakers: Weihs, Gump 2
  4. 4. 2007 APS SCCM EPITOME continued... Jun 26 2007 3:45PM, Tuesday Session J2 Potentials for Large-Scale Shock Simulations Chair: Brad Holian, Los Alamos National Laboratory Room: Fairmont Orchid Hotel Amphitheater Invited Speakers: Ravelo Session J3 Inelastic Deformation III Chair: Dennis Grady, Applied Research Associates Room: Fairmont Orchid Hotel Plaza I Session J4 Heterodyne Velocimetry Chair: Dan Dolan, Sandia National Laboratories Room: Fairmont Orchid Hotel Plaza II Invited Speakers: Strand Session J5 Spectroscopy and Optical Studies II Chair: David S. Moore, Los Alamos National Laboratory Room: Fairmont Orchid Hotel Plaza III Jun 26 2007 8:00PM, Tuesday Session K1 Poster Session II Room: Fairmont Orchid Hotel Salon III Jun 27 2007 8:00AM, Wednesday Session L2 Material Science II Chair: George T. Gray, Los Alamos National Laboratory Room: Fairmont Orchid Hotel Amphitheater Session L3 Phase Transitions II Chair: Dennis Hayes, Sandia National Laboratories Room: Fairmont Orchid Hotel Plaza I Invited Speakers: Celliers, Correa Session L4 Continuum and Multiscale Modeling II Chair: Mel Baer, Sandia National Laboratories Room: Fairmont Orchid Hotel Plaza II Session L5 Spectroscopy and Optical Studies III Chair: Zbigniew Dreger, Washington State University Room: Fairmont Orchid Hotel Plaza III Invited Speakers: Bolme Session L6 Shock Initiation I Chair: Robert E. Setchell, Sandia National Laboratories Room: Fairmont Orchid Hotel Promenade I/II Session L7 Inelastic Deformation-Aluminum Chair: Jim Asay, Sandia National Laboratories Room: Fairmont Orchid Hotel Promenade III Invited Speakers: Dwivedi Jun 27 2007 10:30AM, Wednesday Session M2 First Principles and Molecular Dynamics Calculations III Chair: Tim Germann, Los Alamos National Laboratory Room: Fairmont Orchid Hotel Amphitheater Invited Speakers: Sewell Session M3 Stress-Strength Measurements II Chair: Rip Collins, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Room: Fairmont Orchid Hotel Plaza I Invited Speakers: Duffy Session M4 Geophysics and Planetary Physics Chair: Ricky Chau, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Room: Fairmont Orchid Hotel Plaza II Invited Speakers: Schultz, Ahrens Session M5 Equation of State III Chair: Carl Greeff, Los Alamos National Laboratory Room: Fairmont Orchid Hotel Plaza III 3
  5. 5. 2007 APS SCCM EPITOME continued... Session M6 Detonation Propagation/Mechanical Response Chair: Raafat Guirguis, Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Divison Room: Fairmont Orchid Hotel Promenade I/II Session M7 Inelastic Deformation-Mostly Strain Chair: Vitali Nesterekno, University of California, San Diego Room: Fairmont Orchid Hotel Promenade III Invited Speakers: Norman Jun 28 2007 8:00AM, Thursday Session N1 Shock Science Award Chair: Naresh Thadhani, Georgia Institute of Technology Room: Fairmont Orchid Hotel Salon I/II Invited Speakers: Grady Jun 28 2007 9:00AM, Thursday Session P1 Town Hall Meeting on Future Directions in Dynamic High Pressure Research Room: Fairmont Orchid Hotel Salon I/II Jun 28 2007 10:30AM, Thursday Session P2 Material Science III Chair: Scott Greenfield, Los Alamos National Laboratory Room: Fairmont Orchid Hotel Amphitheater Session P3 Phase Transitions III Chair: Jeff Nguyen, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Room: Fairmont Orchid Hotel Plaza I Session P4 Inelastic Deformation IV Chair: Yogi Gupta, Washington State University Room: Fairmont Orchid Hotel Plaza II Session P5 Equation of State IV Chair: Choong-Shik Yoo, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Room: Fairmont Orchid Hotel Plaza III Session P6 Reactive Materials II Chair: Willis Mock, Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Divison Room: Fairmont Orchid Hotel Promenade I/II Session P7 Detonation Shock Dynamics Chair: Larry Hill, Los Alamos National Laboratory Room: Fairmont Orchid Hotel Promenade III Jun 28 2007 1:45PM, Thursday Session Q2 First Principles and Molecular Dynamics Calculations IV Chair: Thomas Mattsson, Sandia National Laboratories Room: Fairmont Orchid Hotel Amphitheater Invited Speakers: Kubota Session Q3 Isentropic and Off Hugoniot Loading II Chair: Clint Hall, Sandia National Laboratories Room: Fairmont Orchid Hotel Plaza I Invited Speakers: Asay Session Q4 Experimental Developments IV Chair: Rick Gustavsen, Cambridge University Room: Fairmont Orchid Hotel Plaza II Session Q6 Explosives/Mechanical Response II Chair: David Williamson, Cambridge University Room: Fairmont Orchid Hotel Promenade I/II Invited Speakers: Hooks, Plaksin Session Q7 Post Detonation Effects Chair: David Frost Room: Fairmont Orchid Hotel Promenade III 4
  6. 6. Sunday, June 24, 2007 LOCATION 3:00PM – 5:00PM Registration & Hospitality Paniolo Room 3:00PM – 8:00PM Poster Session Set-Up Salon III 5:00PM – 7:00PM Registration Continues Turtle Point 5:30PM – 7:00PM Opening Welcome Reception Turtle Point 2007 APS SCCM EPITOME continued... Jun 28 2007 4:15PM, Thursday Session R1 TGSCCM Business Meeting Chair: Tracy Vogler, Sandia National Laboratories Room: Fairmont Orchid Hotel Salon I/II Jun 29 2007 8:00AM, Friday Session U2 First Principles and Molecular Dynamics Calculations V Chair: D. Scott Stewart, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Room: Fairmont Orchid Hotel Amphitheater Session U3 Phase Transitions IV Chair: Jean-Paul Davis, Sandia National Laboratories Room: Fairmont Orchid Hotel Plaza I Session U4 Inelastic Deformation V Chair: Peter Taylor, AWE, UK Room: Fairmont Orchid Hotel Plaza II Session U6 Shock Initiation II Chair: Steven Chidester, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Room: Fairmont Orchid Hotel Promenade I/II Invited Speakers: James Jun 29 2007 10:30AM, Friday Session V2 Continuum and Multiscale Modeling III Chair: David Benson, University of California, San Diego Room: Fairmont Orchid Hotel Amphitheater Session V4 Inelastic Deformation VI Chair: Sunil Dwivedi, Washington State University Room: Fairmont Orchid Hotel Plaza II Session V6 Explosives Thermal/Mechanical Response Chair: Laura Smilowitz, Sandia National Laboratories Room: Fairmont Orchid Hotel Promenade I/II Invited Speakers: Sandusky DETAILED PROGRAM 5
  7. 7. Monday, June 25, 2007 LOCATION 7:30AM – 5:00PM Registration Pre-Function Area 7:30AM – 8:00AM Session Chair Breakfast Brown’s Beach House 7:30AM – 8:00AM Refreshment Service Ballroom Courtyard 8:00AM – 10:00AM Session A1 Plenary Session I followed by Memorial Session Chair: Neil Holmes, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Salon I/II A1 1 Applications of Shock Wave Research to Developments of Therapeutic Devices. Invited Speaker: Kazuyoshi Takayama 10:00AM – 10:30AM Refreshment Service Ballroom Courtyard 10:30 AM- 12:30 PM Session B2 Inelastic Deformation-Glass and Porous Media Chair: Naresh Thadhani, Georgia Institute of Technology Amphitheater 10:30AM B2 1 Dynamic Compaction of Sand Justin Brown, Tracy Vogler, Lalit Chhabildas 10:45AM B2 2 Shock-Loading of Statically Compacted Sand David Chapman, Christopher Braithwaite, William Proud 11:00AM B2 3 The Dynamic Compaction of Sand and Related Porous Systems Invited Speaker: William Proud 11:30AM B2 4 On the shock response of soda lime glass Zvi Rosenberg, Neil Bourne 11:45AM B2 5 A study of pre-stress effect on the failure waves in glasses Andrey Savinykh, Gennady Kanel, Sergey Razorenov, A. Rajendran 12:00PM B2 6 Dynamic Response of Soda-Lime Glass Invited Speaker: C. Scott Alexander 10:30 AM- 12:30 PM Session B3 High Energy Density Physics / Warm Dense Matter Chair: Peter Celliers, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Plaza I 10:30 AM B3 1 Radical electronic transformation of strongly coupled plasma at megabar pressure ionization, dielectrization and phase transitions Vladimir Fortov 10:45AM B3 2 The Equation of State and Optical Conductivity of Warm Dense He and H2 Stephanie Brygoo, Jon H. Eggert, Paul Loubeyre, Ryan S. McWilliams, Damien G. Hicks,Peter M. Celliers, Tom R. Boehly, Raymond Jeanloz, Gilbert W. Collins 6
  8. 8. Monday, June 25, 2007 Continued... LOCATION 11:00AM B3 3 Simulations of Shocked Hydrogen & Helium & Implications for Giant Planet Interiors Invited Speaker: Burkhard Militzer 11:30AM B3 4 Equation of state measurements in Ta2O5 aerogel Joshua Miller, Tom Boehly, David Meyerhofer, Jon Eggert 11:45AM B3 5 Multi-Megabar pressure and super-dense materials created by induced micro-explosion inside of transparent solid Eugene Gamaly, Saulius Joudkazis, Hiroaki Misawa, Barry Luther-Davies, Andrei Rode, Ludovic Hallo, Philippe Nicolai, Vladimir Tikhonchuk 12:00PM B3 6 Charged particle flows in an explosively generated non-ideal plasma C.J. Boswell, J.R. Carney, J. Wilkinson, G.I. Pangilinan, V.H. Whitley 12:15PM B3 7 Material Strength Hohlraum Development Stephen Pollaine, Raymond Smith, Bruce Remington, David Braun, Hye-Sook Park,Gilbert Collins 10:30 AM- 12:30 PM Session B4 Experimental Developments I Plaza II Chair: Doug Tasker, Los Alamos National Laboratory 10:30AM B4 1 Coherent THz frequency radiation from shock waves: A new ultrafast strain wave detection mechanism Evan Reed, Michael Armstrong, Kiyong Kim, James Glownia 10:45AM B4 2 Development of third harmonic generation as a short pulse probe of shock heated material Will Grigsby, Michael Downer, Jeff Colvin, Todd Ditmire 11:00AM B4 3 Transient Imaging Displacement Interferometry Applied to Shock Loading. Scott Greenfield, Shengnian Luo, Dennis Paisley, Eric Loomis, Damian Swift, Aaron Koskelo 11:15AM B4 4 Study of Underwater Shock Compaction Device for Compaction of Titanium Diboride Powder G.B. Kennedy, Y.K. Kim, K. Hokamoto, S. Itoh 11:30AM B4 5 Dynamic loading with confined laser ablation: An experimental study Sheng-Nian Luo, Dennis Paisley, Eric Loomis, Scott Greenfield, Randall Johnson 11:45AM B4 6 Experimental Method for Laser-driven Flyer Plates for 1-D Shocks using the TRIDENT Laser Dennis Paisley, Shengnian Luo, Damian Swift, Scott Greenfield, Eric Loomis, Randall Johnson, Pedro Peralta 12:00PM B4 7 A Compact Pulser for Magnetically Driven Isentropic-Compression Experiments R.B. Spielman, M. Bavay, J.A. Mervini, G. Avrillaud 12:15PM B4 8 ABSTRACT WITHDRAWN 7
  9. 9. Monday, June 25, 2007 Continued... LOCATION 10:30 AM- 12:30 PM Session B5 Spectroscopy and Optical Studies I Plaza III Chair: Joel Carney, Naval Surface Warfare Center 10:30AM B5 1 Optical Response of Molecular Crystals to Non-hydrostatic Compression in a Diamond Anvil Cell Experiments Invited Speaker: Zbigniew A. Dreger 11:00AM B5 2 Brillouin-scattering Determination of the Acoustic Properties of Polymers at High Pressure Dana Dattelbaum, Lewis Stevens, Edward Orler, Muhtar Ahart, Russell Hemley 11:15AM B5 3 Time-resolved emission spectroscopy of transparent and nontransparent materials. Takamichi Kobayashi, Toshimori Sekine 11:30AM B5 4 Photoacoustic Measurements to Determine Acoustic Velocities in Shocked Liquids N. Hemmi, K. Zimmerman, J.M. Winey, Y.M. Gupta, D.H. Torchinsky, K.A. Nelson 11:45AM B5 5 A shock pressure induced phase transition from liquid to solid of cyclohexane using time-resolved coherent anti-Stokes Raman spectroscopy Shiro Oguchi, Akira Sato, Ken-ichi Kondo, Kazutaka Nakamura 12:00PM B5 6 Ultrafast shock wave coherent dissociation and spectroscopy of materials Dana Dlott, Zhaohui Wang, Alexei Lagutchev, Jeffrey Carter, David Cahill 12:15PM B5 7 Optical Properties, Raman Scattering, and Radiometry of Diamond under Shock Compression. R. Stewart McWilliams, Dylan K. Spaulding, Raymond Jeanloz, Jon H. Eggert, Peter M. Celliers, Damien G. Hicks, Gilbert W. Collins 10:30 AM- 12:30 PM Session B6 Detonation Properties Promenade I/II Chair: Terry Salyer, Los Alamos National Laboratory 10:30 AM B6 1 Microenergetics: Combustion and Detonation at Sub-Millimeter Scales Invited Speaker: Alexander S. Tappan 11:00 AM B6 2 Micro-Gap Experiments and Insensitive Explosives Ralph Menikoff 11:15 AM B6 3 The Incidental Effects of Gaps in Detonating PBX 9501 Terry Salyer, Larry Hill 11:30 AM B6 4 Shock Separation and Dead-Zone Formation from Detonations in an Internal Air-Well Geometry John Molitoris, Henry Andreski, Raul Garza, Jan Batteux, Peter Vitello, Clark Souers 8
  10. 10. Monday, June 25, 2007 Continued... LOCATION 11:45 AM B6 5 Supra-Pressure Detonation of Aluminized Explosive Ronald Brown, B. Karosich, J. Gamble, J. Stork, A. Biesterveld, T. Moore, J. Sinibaldi, M. Walpole, A. Lindfors, K. Jackson, R. Koontz, D. Thompson 12:00 PM B6 6 An Experimental study of Corner Turning in a Granular Ammonium Nitrate Based Explosive Susan Sorber, Peter Taylor 12:15 PM B6 7 ABSTRACT WITHDRAWN 10:30 AM- 12:30 PM Session B7 Detonation Modeling Promenade III Chair: Caroline Handley, AWE, UK 10:30 AM B7 1 Application of the CREST Reactive Burn Model to Two-Dimensional Explosive Experiments Nicholas Whitworth 10:45 AM B7 2 CREST for PBX9502 Caroline Handley 11:00 AM B7 3 Generalized Pseudo-Reaction Zone Model for Non-Ideal Explosives Bradley Wescott 11:15 AM B7 4 Reactive Flow Calculation near a Free Boundary. Yehuda Partom 11:30 AM B7 5 A computational study of microstructure effects on shock ignition sensitivity of pressed RDX Yuichiro Hamate, Ruth Lu, Yasuyuki Horie 11:45 AM B7 6 Physics-Based Reactive Burn Model: Grain size effects and binder effects Xia Lu, Yuichio Hamate, Yasuyuki Horie 12:00 PM B7 7 Multi-scale Statistical Design of High Energy Density Materials Joseph C. Foster, D. Scott Stewart, Keith Thomas 12:30 – 1:30PM LUNCH Salon I/II 9
  11. 11. Monday, June 25, 2007 Continued... LOCATION 1:45PM – 3:00PM Session C2 First Principles and Molecular Dynamics Calculations I Chair: Carter White, Naval Research Laboratory Amphitheater 1:45PM C2 1 Anisotropic constitutive relationships in energetic materials: nitromethane, RDX, & TATB Ivan Oleynik, Michael Conroy, Carter White 2:00PM C2 2 Molecular simulations of Crussard curves of detonation product mixtures at chemical equilibrium: Microscopic calculation of the Chapman-Jouguet state Emeric Bourasseau, Vincent Dubois, Nicolas Desbiens, Jean-Bernard Maillet 2:15PM C2 3 Ab Initio Equation of State for $beta $-HMX Frank Zerilli, Maija Kuklja 2:30PM C2 4 Anisotropic constitutive relationships in energetic materials: PETN and HMX Michael Conroy, Ivan Oleynik, Sergey Zybin, Carter White 2:45PM C2 5 First principles calculation of the structure and vibrational modes for RDX crystals under static and shock compression M.S. Miao, Z.A. Dreger, J.M. Winey, Y.M. Gupta 3:00PM C2 6 Calculation of RDX molecular crystal geometry & vibrational frequencies under hydrostatic pressure Warren Perger, Wil Slough 1:45PM – 3:00PM Session C3 X-ray Diffraction/Scattering I Plaza I Chair: Paulo Rigg, Los Alamos National Laboratory 1:45PM C3 1 X-ray scattering measurements from solid density plasmas Siegfried Glenzer, Paul Neumayer, Otto Landen 2:00PM C3 2 In-situ probing of lattice response in shock compressed materials using x-ray diffraction Invited Speaker: James Hawreliak 2:30PM C3 3 Real time x-ray diffraction measurements in shocked solids at the Advanced Photon Source Y.M. Gupta, S.J. Turneaure, K. Perkins, K. Zimmerman, C.S. Yoo, G.W. Collins, G. Shen 2:45PM C3 4 Temperature Measurements of Shocked Crystals by Use of Nanosecond X-ray Diffraction William Murphy, Andrew Higginbotham, Justin Wark, Nigel Park 3:00PM C3 5 Measurement of shock wave density using quantitative x-ray phase contrast imaging Damien Hicks, Jon Eggert, Peter Celliers, Hye-Sook Park, Sebastien Le Pape, Pravesh Patel, Brian Maddox, Gilbert Collins, Thomas Boehly, Benjamin Barbrel 10
  12. 12. Monday, June 25, 2007 Continued... LOCATION 1:45PM – 3:00PM Session C4 Phase Transitions I Plaza II Chair: Marina Bastea, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory 1:45PM C4 1 Ab initio studies of electronic and structural transitions in low-Z liquids under extreme conditions Invited Speaker: Stanimir Bonev 2:15PM C4 2 Phase separation in H2O:N2 mixtures and implications for detonation. Laurence Fried, Amitesh Maiti, Richard Gee, Sorin Bastea 2:30PM C4 3 Shock Crystal Growth of Water in Dynamic-DAC. Choong-Shik Yoo, William Evans, Geun-woo Lee 2:45PM C4 4 Shock Induced Melting Behavior of Eutectic Systems Chris Adams 3:00PM C4 5 TEM observation of disproportionation of mullite and sillimanaite under shock compression Toshiyuki Atou, Nobuaki Kawai, Kazutaka G. Kakamura, Ken-ichi Kondo, Masae Kikuchi, Shun Ito, Kunio Yubuta 1:45PM – 3:00PM Session C5 Equation of State I Plaza III Chair: Neal Chesnut, Los Alamos National Laboratory 1:45PM C5 1 Dynamic Properties of a Lead-Antimony Alloy Robert Hixson, Mark Byers, Darcie Dennis-Koller 2:00PM C5 2 Hugoniot measurement of gold in pressure range to 580 GPa Manabu Yokoo, Nobuaki Kawai, Kazutaka Nakamura, Ken-ichi Kondo 2:15PM C5 3 Equations of State of Selected Armor Ceramics by In-situ High-Pressure X-ray and Ultrasonic Techniques: Comparison with Shock Wave Data Murli Manghnani, George Amulele, Anwar Hushur 2:30PM C5 4 Gruneisen Parameter of Teflon from Hugoniots Measured at Different Initial States Jerry Forbes, Paul Urtiew, Craig Tarver, Kevin Vandersall 2:45PM C5 5 Gruneisen Equation of State for Condensed Media and Shock Thermodynamics Invited Speaker: Kunihito Nagayama 3:15PM C5 6 Modeling Dynamic Ductility: An Equation of State for Porous Metals Jeffrey Colvin 3:30PM C5 7 Constitutive Modelling of Shock Compression of a Porous Copper Anatoly Resnyansky 11
  13. 13. Monday, June 25, 2007 Continued... LOCATION 1:45PM – 3:00PM Session C6 Structural Reactive Materials Promenade I/II Chair: John Aidun, Sandia National Laboratories 1:45PM C6 1 Mechanochemical Aspects of Shock-Induced Reactions: Time-Resolved Experiments and Meso-Scale Simulations Invited Speaker: Naresh Thadhani 2:15PM C6 2 A study of reactant interfaces in Ni+Al particle systems during shock wave propagation Ryan A. Austin, David L. McDowell, Yasuyuki Horie, David J. Benson 2:30PM C6 3 Mechanics driven Chemical Reactions in Structural Energetic Materials. Vindhya Narayanan, Derek Redding, Sathya Hanagud 2:45PM C6 4 Mechanistic Aspects of Shock-induced Reactions in Ni+Al Powder Mixtures Dan Eakins, Naresh Thadhani 3:00PM – 3:30PM Refreshment Service Ballroom Courtyard 3:45PM – 5:15PM Session D2 Large Scale Computations Amphitheater Chair: Ramon Ravelo, Los Alamos National Laboratory 3:45PM D2 1 Multibillion-atom Molecular Dynamics Simulations of Plasticity, Spall, and Ejecta Invited Speaker: Timothy C. Germann 4:15PM D2 2 Simulation of the Richtmyer-Meshkov and Rayleigh-Taylor Instability Using Atomistic Methods Kai Kadau, John L. Barber, Timothy C. Germann, Peter S. Lomdahl, Brad Lee Holian, Berni J. Alder 4:30PM D2 3 Molecular dynamics simulations of anomalous elastic response of covalent crystals to shock compression Keith McLaughlin, Ivan Oleynik, Sergey Zybin, Mark Elert, Carter White 4:45PM D2 4 Shock-induced plasticity in bcc metals. E. Bringa, J. Hawreliak, P. Erhart, H. Lorenzana, J. Wark 5:00PM D2 5 Characteristic cluster size at coalescence following pressure-induced solidification. Fred Streitz, Jim Glosli, David Richards 12
  14. 14. Monday, June 25, 2007 Continued... LOCATION 3:45PM – 5:15PM Session D3 Inelastic Deformation I Plaza I Chair: William Proud, University of Cambridge 3:45PM D3 1 Embedded Cohesive Elements (ECE) Approach to the Simulation of Spall Fracture Experiment Nicola Bonora, Luca Esposito, Andrew Ruggiero 4:00PM D3 2 Modeling Spallation Damage in Laser Driven Flyer Plate Experiments Davis Tonks, Dennis Paisley, Pedro Peralta, Scott Greenfield, Darrin Byler, Shengnian Luo, Damian Swift, Aaron Koskelo 4:15PM D3 3 A new cavitation and spall criterion derived from probabilistics aspects of dynamic degradation in ductile materials. Application to tantalum spall behaviour. Gilles Roy, Francois Hild, Herve Trumel, Yves-Patrick Pellegrini 4:30PM D3 4 ABSTRACT WITHDRAWN 4:45PM D3 5 ABSTRACT WITHDRAWN 5:00PM D3 6 Temporal Softening and its Effect upon Spall Strength Victor Skokov 3:45PM – 5:15PM Session D4 Experimental Developments II Plaza II Chair: Jack Wise, Sandia National Laboratories 3:45PM D4 1 Dynamic reflectance measurements of shocked materials Daniel Dolan 4:00PM D4 2 Modified three-stage gun for launching macro-sized particles to 19 km/s Tom Thornhill, Bill Reinhart, Lalit Chhabildas 4:15PM D4 3 Using Schlieren Visualization to Track Detonator Performance Steven Clarke, Keith Thomas, Michael Martinez, Adrian Akinci, Michael Murphy, Ronald Adrian 4:30PM D4 4 The use of silicone based adhesives to encapsulate manganin gauges for high stress experiments Ilan Be'ery, Zvi Rosenberg 4:45PM D4 5 The Dynamic Response of Piezoelectric Probes to Low Density Foam Impact Alan Mears, Frances Baily, Rebecca Strohmer 5:00PM D4 6 Magnetoelectric electrode gage - a technique for studying shock compression and matter metallization Sergey Gilev 13
  15. 15. Monday, June 25, 2007 Continued... LOCATION 3:45PM – 5:15PM Session D5 Hydrodynamic and Applied Modeling Plaza III Chair: John Maw, AWE, UK 3:45PM D5 1 Numerical Study of Underwater Explosions and Following Bubble Pulses Atsushi Abe, Masahide Katayama, Kenji Murata, Yukio Kato, Katsumi Tanaka 4:00PM D5 2 Dynamic Response of Submerged Solids to Extreme Fluid Loading Shi Wei Gong, Ming Cheng, Zhuangjian Liu, Chun Lu 4:15PM D5 3 Modeling of Non-Eroding Penetration Using ALE3D and Zapotec James Cazamias, Stephen Schraml 4:30PM D5 4 Numerical Modeling of Munroe Jets Charles Mader, Michael Gittings 4:45PM D5 5 Verification Test Problems Bill Moran 5:00PM D5 6 ABSTRACT WITHDRAWN 3:45PM – 5:15PM Session D6 Detonation Theory Promenade I/II Chair: Ed Kober, Los Alamos National Laboratory 3:45 PM D6 1 JAGUAR Procedures for Detonation Behavior of Silicon Containing Explosives Leonard Stiel, Ernest Baker, Christos Capellos, William Poulos, Jack Pincay 4:00 PM D6 2 Porting Initiation and Failure into Linked CHEETAH Clark Souers, Peter Vitello 4:15 PM D6 3 Effect of Phase Transitions of Chemically Inert Additives on Detonation Properties of Composite Explosives. Raafat Guirguis 4:30 PM D6 4 Monte Carlo Simulations of the Effect of Cross-potential Variations on the Equation of State of N$_2$/CO$_2$ Mixtures and of Detonation Products M. Sam Shaw 4:45 PM D6 5 An effect of charged and excited states on the decomposition of FOX-7 Anna Kimmel, Peter Sushko, Alexander Shluger, Maija Kuklja 5:30PM - 7:30PM DINNER ON OWN 14
  16. 16. Monday, June 25, 2007 Continued... LOCATION 7:30PM - 8:00PM POSTER SESSION RECEPTION Salon II 8:00PM - 9:00PM Session E1 Poster Session I Salon III E1.00001: CONTINUUM AND MULTISCALE MODELING E1.00002: Discrete Particle Simulation of Shock Compression of Powder Mixtures Dan Eakins, Adam Jakus, Naresh Thadhani E1.00003: ABSTRACT WITHDRAWN E1.00004: Reduced Model for Detonation Wave Jean-Bernard Maillet, Laurent Soulard, Gabriel Stoltz E1.00005: DETONATIONS AND SHOCK INDUCED CHEMISTRY E1.00006: Eigenvalue Detonation of Combined Effects Aluminized Explosives Christos Capellos, Ernest Baker, Wendy Balas, Steven Nicolich, Leonard Stiel E1.00007: Low Velocity Detonation of Nitromethane Affected by Precursor Shock Waves Propagating in Various Container Materials Hideki Hamashima, Akinori Osada, Yukio Kato, Shigeru Itoh E1.00008: A comparison of the blast {&} fragment mitigation performance of several structurally weak materials Douglas Kirkpatrick, Andrew Argyle, Katherine Harrison, James Leggett E1.00009: Mesoscale modelling of PBX. Binder effects. Alec Milne, Jim Dunnett, Neil Bourne E1.00010: Development of the wear- resistant composite material containing the diamond powder particle using underwater shock wave Shigeru Tanaka, Kazuyuki Hokamoto, Shigeru Itoh E1.00011: EXPERIMENTAL DEVELOPMENTS E1.00012: Improved Temperature Controller System for Gas Gun Targets S.M. Bucholtz, R.J. Gehr, R.R. Alcon, R.L. Gustavsen E1.00013: Development of large bore powder gun for dynamic phase transition studies Jim Esparza, Tim Pierce, Brian Jensen, Robert Hixson, Paulo Rigg, Mark Byers, Walter Tuzel, Daniel Custer E1.00014: Measuring densities of high-velocity metallic sprays using piezoelectric sensors Carys Lloyd, William Proud E1.00015: A new versatile conductive/radiative heating device for gas gun targets in the 300 K -- 500 K range. Capability illustration for analyse of initial temperature influence on shock induced yielding and phase transitions. Gilles Roy, Gael Lanier, Christophe Voltz, Francois Buy, Patrice Antoine E1.00016: The Effect of Sample Preparation on the Release Measurements of Manganin Gauges. Dan Thomas, David Chapman, William Proud E1.00017: ABSTRACT WITHDRAWN 15
  17. 17. Monday, June 25, 2007 Continued... LOCATION 8:00PM - 9:00PM Session E1 Poster Session I Continued... Salon III E1.00018: Study of Small Dimension Specimens on SHPB Test Dawu Xiao, Yinglei Li, Shisheng Hu E1.00019: INELASTIC DEFORMATION, FRACTURE, AND SPALL E1.00020: Kinetic Behaviour of Failure Waves in a Filled Glass Anatoly Resnyansky, Neil Bourne E1.00021: More on the response of ceramics to shock waves Eli Bar-on E1.00022: Investigations into Spall strengths of geological materials. J.E. Field, C.H. Braithwaite, A.R. Guest, W.G. Proud E1.00023: Dynamic Ductility Measurements of Shocked Metals using Time Sequence Radiography R.G. Garza, J.D. Molitoris, H.G. Andreski, J.D. Batteux, L.M. Lauderbach, G.H. Campbell, J.S. Stolken, R.L. Krueger E1.00024: Spall Fracture of Metallic Circular Plates, Vessel Endplates and Conical Frustums Driven by Direct Explosive Loads Tetsuyuki Hiroe, Kazuhito Fujiwara, Hidehiro Hata, Daiki Tsutsumi E1.00025: A Study of the Critical Fracture Behavior of High Purity Aluminum in the Dynamic Loading Qi Meilan, He Hongliang, Yan Shilin E1.00026: A study of the effect of potting voids on the fragmentation of an explosively driven Nitinol Shell. Robin Mukerji, Sam Myers, Glenn Whiteman E1.00027: On the spall strengths and Hugoniot elastic limits of some strong ceramics Zvi Rosenberg, Yechezkel Ashuach E1.00028: Two critical damage parameters for the dynamic tensile fracture of ductile metals Hongliang He, Yonggang Wang, Meilan Qi, Fuqian Jing E1.00029: GEOPHYSICS AND PLANETARY SCIENCE E1.00030: Shock metamorphism of hornblende and plagioclase in conditions of step-like com- pression of polymineral rocks Irina Beljatinskaja, Tatiana Borodina, Vladimir Milyavskiy, Ludmila Sazonova, Dmitriy Zhernokletov E1.00031: Numerical modeling of Deep Impact experiment V.G. Sultanov, V.V. Kim, I.V. Lomonosov, A.V. Shutov, V.E. Fortov E1.00032: ENERGETIC MATERIALS E1.00033: ABSTRACT WITHDRAWN E1.00034: Shock Initiation Experiments on the LLM-105 Explosive RX-55-AA at 25$^{circ}$C and 150$^{circ}$C with Ignition and Growth Modeling Frank Garcia, Kevin S. Vandersall, Craig M. Tarver, Paul A. Urtiew 16
  18. 18. Monday, June 25, 2007 Continued... LOCATION 8:00PM - 9:00PM Session E1 Poster Session I Continued... Salon III E1.00035: Computational evaluation on the sensitivity of energetic materials Yi Liu, Sergey Zybin, William Goddard E1.00036: Pressing induced polymorphic phase transition in submicron-sized gamma-HMX David Moore, Kien-Yin Lee E1.00037: EQUATION OF STATE E1.00038: Selection of Reference Material and Type of Its Isentropic Curve in Experiments on Isentropic Compression of Substances in Multi-Megabar Pressure Range Gennady Boriskov, Nikolay Egorov, V. Timareva E1.00039: Isentropic Compression of Hydrogen Isotopes Crystal Phase up to 5 Mbar with Ultra- High Magnetic Field Pressure Alexander Bykov, G. Boriskov, N. Egorov, M. Dolotenko, Yu. Kuropatkin, N. Lukyanov, V. Mironenko, S. Belov, V. Belyashkin, M. Lomonosov E1.00040: Software for X-Ray Images Calculation of Hydrogen Compression Device in Megabar Pressure Range Nikolay Egorov, Alexander Bykov, Valery Pavlov E1.00041: Experiment and Simulations of Ablatively Driven Shock Waves in Gadolinium Metal Richard Kraus, Eric Loomis, Shengnian Luo, Achim Seifter, Damian Swift E1.00042: Measurement of the isentropic release data of Au by laser driven shock wave Fu Sizu, Huang Xiuguang, Shu Hua, Wu Jiang, Ye Junjian, He Juhua, Man Minxun, Gu Yuan E1.00043: Phonon densities of states of Sn to 64 GPa E.A. Tanis, C. Chen, H. Giefers, X. Ke, M. Nicol, M. Pravica, E. Alp, J. Zhao, C. Greff, S. Rudin, W. Pravica E1.00044: HIGH ENERGY DENSITY PHYSICS E1.00045: Numerical modeling of ferrous cylindrical liners compression. I.A. Mochalov, V.G. Sultanov E1.00046: ISENTROPIC AND OFF HUGIONOT LOADING E1.00047: Ramp Compression Experiments - Sensitivity of Inverted Isentropes to Experimental Uncertainties Marina Bastea, D. Reisman E1.00048: Shockless compression of silicon using high-power laser Norimasa Ozaki, Tomokazu Sano, Ryosuke Kodama, Tomoaki Kimura, Akio Hirose, Michel Koenig, Keisuke Shigemori, Daigo Ichinose E1.00049: The results of the application of Williamson-Hall procedure for analyses of diffraction maximum broadening of depleted unalloyed macrocrystalline uranium after shock-wave loading in range 20-50GPa Alexander Shestakov, Evgeny Kozlov, Igor Artamonov, Albert Nurgaleev, Irina Podgornova, Ekaterina Shestakova 17
  19. 19. Monday, June 25, 2007 Continued... LOCATION 8:00PM - 9:00PM Session E1 Poster Session I Continued... Salon III E1.00050: Simultaneous determination of Hugoniot and Isentrope in gas gun experiments Robert Thoe E1.00051: STRESS-STRENGTH MEASUREMENTS E1.00052: Explosive Welding of Pipes Olga Burtseva E1.00053: The Shock Induced Shear Strength of Polyoxymethylene and Polyethylene Stephen Goveas, Jeremy Millett, Neil Bourne E1.00054: The Response of Dry Limestone to Shock-Loading Dave Johnson, David Chapman, Kostas Tsembelis, William Proud E1.00055: Twinning and Dynamic Strength of Copper During High-Rate Strain Victor Raevsky E1.00056: Tension of Liquids Near Melting Point by Shock Waves Vasily Sosikov, Alexander Utkin, Vladimir Fortov E1.00057: FIRST PRINCIPLES AND MOLECULAR DYNAMICS CALCULATIONS E1.00058: Hugoniot of complex fluids from molecular simulation: application to nitromethane Emeric Bourasseau, Anais Hervouet, Nicolas Desbiens, Jean-Bernard Maillet E1.00059: Elastic and thermodynamic properties of post-perovskite MgSiO$_{3}$ from first- principles calculations Liu Zi-Jiang, Chen Qi-Feng, Cai Lin-Cang E1.00060: MATERIALS SCIENCE E1.00061: Current Output from Sandwich-structured Ferroelectric Power Supply Jinmei Du, Gaomin Liu, Yusheng Liu, Haiyan Wang, Yi Zhang, Fuping Zhang, Hongliang He E1.00062: Dynamic Shock Compression Response of Ta + Fe$_{2}$O$_{3}$ Powder Mixtures David A. Fredenburg, Naresh N. Thadhani, Joe Cochran E1.00063: The Effect of Mechanical Deformation on the Glass Transition Temperature of Polyurea Gilbert Lee, Willis Mock, Jeffry Fedderly, Edward Balizer E1.00064: High-Strain Rate Response of Ultra-Fine Grained Copper: Experiments and Analysis A. Mishra, M. Martin, N.N. Thadhani, B. Kad, M.A. Meyers E1.00065: Numerical simulation of the dynamic compaction process for fine iron disilicide powder Alexander Selezenev, Valery Lashkov, Alexey Aleynikov, Olga Sinkova, Yuri Yanilkin E1.00066: Shock Characterisation of a Carbon-Fibre Composite Michelle Willows, William Proud, Philip Church 18
  20. 20. Monday, June 25, 2007 Continued... LOCATION 8:00PM - 9:00PM Session E1 Poster Session I Continued... Salon III E1.00067: OTHER TOPICS E1.00068: Reduction of steel-ball velocity using sand or water layer accelerated by high explosive Tomotaka Homae, Kunihiko Wakabayashi, Tomoharu Matsumura, Yoshio Nakayama E1.00069: Precursor decay anomaly in single-crystal lithium fluoride Yukio Sano, Tomokazu Sano E1.00070: Unsteady state Rankine-Hugoniot jump conditions Yukio Sano, Tomokazu Sano E1.00071: CAV{_}KO: A simple 1-D Langrangian hydrocode for MS Excel with automatic gen- eration of x-t diagrams Kostas Tsembelis, Ben Ramsden, William Proud, John Borg E1.00072: PHASE TRANSITIONS E1.00073: Phase transformation and spall fracture in laser shock-loaded iron Thibaut De Resseguier, Martine Hallouin E1.00074: An Estimate for the Deviation from the Mirros Image Due to Solid Liquid Phase Tran- sition of Metals at Shock Unloading. Shlomi Pistinner, Sharon Peker, Meir Werdiger, Shalom Eliezer E1.00075: Phase transitions of C$_{70}$ fullerite under step-like shock compression Sergey Sokolov, Vladimir Milyavskiy, Tatiana Borodina, Vladimir Fortov E1.00076: Hugoniot and phase transition in silicon nitride porous samples. Vladislav Yakushev, Alexander Utkin, Andrey Zhukov E1.00077: SPECTROSCOPY AND OPTICAL STUDIES E1.00078: Study of the laser-induced decomposition of HNO3/ 2-Nitropropane mixture at static high pressures Viviane Bouyer, Philippe H'ebert, Michel Doucet E1.00079: Temporal change of Raman spectra of carbon tetrachloride under laser-driven shock compression. Kunihiko Wakabayashi, Tomoharu Matsumura, Yoshio Nakayama, Eisuke Yamada, Mitsuo Koshi E1.00080: Simulating Picosecond X-ray Diffraction from Shocked Crystals using FFT Methods on MD Output Giles Kimminau, Andrew Higginbotham, William Murphy, Justin Wark, James Hawreliak, Dan Kalan- tar, Hector Lorenzana, Bruce Remington, Nigel Park 19
  21. 21. Tuesday, June 26, 2007 LOCATION 7:30AM – 5:00PM Registration Pre-Function Area 7:30AM – 8:00AM Session Chair Breakfast Brown’s Beach House 7:30AM – 8:00AM Refreshment Service Ballroom Courtyard 8:00AM – 10:00AM Session F1 Special Session on Isentropic Compression Chair: Dana Dlott, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Salon I/II 8:00AM F1 1 Analyzing Isentropic Compression Wave Experiments Invited Speaker: Dennis B. Hayes 8:30AM F1 2 Laser-driven Shockless Compression Invited Speaker: Raymond Smith 9:00AM F1 3 New experimental capabilities and theoretical insights of high pressure compression waves Invited Speaker: Daniel Orlikowski 9:30AM F1 4 PANEL DISCUSSION 10:00AM – 10:30AM Refreshment Service Ballroom Courtyard 10:30AM – 12:30PM Session G2 Material Science I Amphitheater Chair: Chris Adams, Los Alamos National Laboratory 10:30AM G2 1 High-pressure phase synthesis of Si using femtosecond laser-driven shock wave Tomokazu Sano, Masashi Tsujino, Norimasa Ozaki, Tomoaki Kimura, Ryosuke Kodama, Akio Hirose, Osami Sakata, Masayuki Okoshi, Narumi Inoue 10:45AM G2 2 Dynamic mechanical behavior of boron carbide-based composites Shmulik Hayun, Nahum Frage, Moshe Dariel, Eugene Zaretsky 11:00AM G2 3 Shock compression properties of hard materials Invited Speaker: Tsutomu Mashimo 11:30AM G2 4 Comparison of High Strain Rate Properties of Tantalum Processed by Equal Channel Angular Pressing Philip Flater, Joel House, James O'Brien, William Hosford 11:45AM G2 5 Shock compression of magnesium silicon nitride Toshimori Sekine, Takamichi Kobayashi, Bert Hintzen 12:00PM G2 6 Laser-induced damages to sapphire single crystals Pedro Peralta, Sheng-Nian Luo, Chi Ma, Dennis Paisley 12:15PM G2 7 Phase transitions, high-rate straining and fracture of iron under spherical explosive loading. A.V. Petrovtsev, E.A. Kozlov, C.A. Brichikov, V.V. Dremov, G.V. Kovalenko, D.A. Varfolomeev, A.M. Bragov, A.K. Lomunov, A.V. Dobromyslov, N.I. Taluts, A. Juanicotena, M. Gatulle, C. Voltz 20
  22. 22. Tuesday, June 26, 2007 Continued... LOCATION 10:30AM – 12:30PM Session G3 Inelastic Deformation II Plaza I Chair: Davis Tonks, Los Alamos National Laboratory 10:30AM G3 1 Effects of Processing Techniques on the Shock Response of Be Eric Loomis, Shengnian Luo, Damian Swift, Scott Greenfield, Dennis Paisley, Randall Johnson 10:45AM G3 2 Dynamic Compression of a Zr-Based Bulk Metallic Glass Confined by a 304 Stainless Steel Sleeve Morgana Martin, Laszlo Kecskes, Naresh Thadhani 11:00AM G3 3 Dislocation Patterning and Dynamic Fracture in Shock-Loaded Tantalum and Uranium Alloys Luke Hsiung 11:15AM G3 4 Shock Wave Profile and Bauschinger Effect in Depleted Uranium Darcie D. Koller, George T. Gray III 11:30AM G3 5 Influence of Microstructure on the Bauschinger Effect and the Shock Hardening in 1080 High-Carbon Steel. George Gray III, Ellen Cerreta, Lisa Dougherty, Carl Trujillo, Mike Lopez 11:45AM G3 6 Failure above and below the elastic limit in AD995 Neil Bourne, Jeremy Millett, M.W. Chen, Datta Dandekar, James MacCauley 12:00PM G3 7 ABSTRACT WITHDRAWN 10:30AM – 12:30PM Session G4 Isentropic and Off Hugoniot Loading I Plaza II Chair: Neil Holmes, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory 10:30AM G4 1 Making and Characterizing Off-Hugoniot States in Gas Gun Experiments Invited Speaker: Jeremy Patterson 11:00AM G4 2 Ramp Compression Measurements of Al, Fe, Ta, and W to a Few Mbar Gilbert Collins, Jon Eggert, Ray Smith, Marina Bastea, Dave Reisman, Y. Gupta, J.R. Asay 11:15AM G4 3 Isentropic Compression Studies of Energetic Composite Constituents Melvin Baer, Clint Hall, Mike Hobbs, Rick Gustavsen, Daniel Hooks, Steve Sheffield 11:30AM G4 4 Wave propagation in materials with non convex equation of state Olivier Heuze, Stephane Jaouen, Herve Jourdren 11:45AM G4 5 Solitary and shock waves in discrete double power law materials Eric Herbold, Vitali Nesterenko 12:00PM G4 6 Phase kinetics and Nonlinear Wave Propagation Roger Minich, Daniel Orlikowski, Jeffrey Nguyen 12:15PM G4 7 Improved EOS for describing high-temperature off-hugoniot states in epoxy R.N. Mulford, N.E. Lanier, D. Swift, J. Workman, Peter Graham, Alastair Moore 21
  23. 23. Tuesday, June 26, 2007 Continued... LOCATION 10:30AM – 12:30PM Session G5 Equation of State II Plaza III Chair: Damien Hicks, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory 10:30AM G5 1 Multiphase equation of state and strength properties of beryllium from ab initio and quantum molecular dynamics calculations Gregory Robert, Arnaud Sollier 10:45AM G5 2 Hugoniot, shock melting and high pressure strength properties of beryllium Michael Desjarlais, Marcus Knudson, Raymond Lemke 11:00AM G5 3 Multiphase Equation of State of Carbon at Extreme Conditions Lorin X. Benedict, Alfredo A. Correa, Eric R. Schwegler, David A. Young 11:15AM G5 4 A new tabular EOS for hydrogen isotopes Didier Saumon 11:30AM G5 3 Multi--Phase Equation of State for Aluminum I.V. Lomonosov 11:45AM G5 6 Sound Velocity in Shock-Compressed Samples and Equation of State of Tin K.V. Khishchenko, V.E. Fortov, I.V. Lomonosov, M.V. Zhernokletov, A.E. Kovalev, A.B. Mezhevov, M.A. Mochalov, M.G. Novikov, A.N. Shuikin 12:00PM G5 7 Tabular Multiphase Equations of State for Metals and Their Applications Pavel Levashov, Konstantin Khishchenko 12:15PM G5 8 Hugoniot measurement of RbCl single crystal Takahiro Kinoshita, Takayuki Inoue, Yuyang Zhang, Tsutomu Mashimo 10:30AM – 12:30PM Session G6 Explosives/Mechanical Response I Promenade I/II Chair: Steven Todd, Sandia National Laboratories Room: 10:30AM G6 1 An initial investigation of the sub-microsecond features of dynamic crack propagation in PMMA and the RDX-based explosive PBX 9205 Peter Washabaugh, Larry Hill 10:45AM G6 2 Brazilian disc testing of a UK PBX below the glass transition temperature. David Williamson, Stewart Palmer, William Proud 11:00AM G6 3 Recent Developments In Shear Ignition Of Energetic Materials Using Hybrid Drop Weight-Hopkinson Bar Invited Speaker: Vasant Joshi 22
  24. 24. Tuesday, June 26, 2007 Continued... LOCATION 11:30AM G6 4 Pressure Dependence of Crack Growth and Plastic Flow Processes in Composite Plastic Bonded Explosives Donald Wiegand, Kevin Ellis 11:45AM G6 5 Individual contributions of friction and impact on non-shock initiation of high explosives Paul Peterson, Gabe Avilucea, Robert Bishop, John Sanchez 12:00PM G6 6 Grain Scale Discrete Element Simulation of Shock Responses of Explosives Wenqiang Wang, Jidong Yu, Hua Fu, Cangli Liu, Feng Zhao, Chengwei Sun 12:15PM G6 7 Measurements of Two-Dimensional Shock Initiation Process of Condensed Explosive Fenglei Huang, Xiangyu Hu 10:30AM – 12:30PM Session G7 Continuum and Multiscale Modeling I Promenade III Chair: Mike Winey, Washington State University 10:30AM G7 1 A Two-Scale FEM formulation for Hetereogeneous Materials Axinte Ionita, Eric Mas, Bradford Clements 10:45AM G7 2 Multiscale Modeling of Plastic Bonded Explosives Grant Smith, Dmitry Bedrov, Oleg Borodin 11:00AM G7 3 Modeling the Asymmetric Burning of Agglomerate Particles Clinton Richmond 11:15AM G7 4 Modelling of detonation in PBX 9502 with a stiffened-gas EOS mixture model Charles Kiyanda, Mark Short 11:30AM G7 5 Metal Particle Heating and Acceleration in Condensed Explosives Robert Ripley, Fan Zhang, Fue-Sang Lien 11:45AM G7 6 Rate-Independent Material Model to Describe the Shock and Ramp Wave Loading Response of 6061-T6 Aluminum to 22 GPa J.M. Winey, W. Mamun, Y.M. Gupta 12:00PM G7 7 Nickel based superalloy containment case design: constitutive modeling and computational analysis Andrew Ruggiero, Nicola Bonora, Giovanni Torrice, Marco Di Sciuva, Marco Degiovanni, Massimiliano Mattone, Marco Gherlone, Carlo Frola 12:30PM – 1:30PM LUNCH ON OWN Salon I/II 23
  25. 25. Tuesday, June 26, 2007 Continued... LOCATION 1:45PM - 3:00PM Session H2 First Principles and Molecular Dynamics Calculations II Chair: Ann Mattsson, Sandia National Laboratories Amphitheater 1:45PM H2 1 Nonmetal-to-metal transition in warm dense hydrogen and helium Ronald Redmer, Bastian Holst, Andre Kietzmann, Nadine Nettelmann, Michael P. Desjarlais, Thomas R. Mattsson 2:00PM H2 2 Density Functional Theory in High Energy Density Physics: phase-diagram and electrical conductivity of water Invited Speaker: Thomas R. Mattsson 2:30PM H2 3 The relation between solitons and interactions in bcc materials Johannes Roth 2:45PM H2 4 Ab initio Molecular Dynamics Simulations of Water Under Shock Conditions N. Goldman, C.J. Mundy, I-F. W. Kuo, E.J. Reed, L.E. Fried, A. Curioni 3:00PM H2 5 On Crystallization in Two-Component Quantum Coulomb Plasma Vladimir Filinov, Pavel Levashov, Vladimir Fortov, Michael Bonitz, Holger Fehske 1:45PM - 3:00PM Session H3 Stress-Strength Measurements I Plaza I Chair: Tracy Vogler, Sandia National Laboratories 1:45PM H3 1 Phenomenological viscous-elastic-plastic model of dynamic yield of Cu Olga Ignatova 2:00PM H3 2 Application of Lagrangian Analysis to the Unloading Velocity-Time Signals of Flyer-Plate Experiments James Stolken, Mukul Kumar, Jeffrey Nguyen, Reed Patterson 2:15PM H3 3 Longitudinal and Lateral Stress Measurements in Stainless Steel 304 Under 1D Shock Loading G. Whiteman, J.C.F. Millett, R.E. Winter, N.K. Bourne 2:30PM H3 4 Shear Strength of Aluminum Oxynitride Dattatraya P. Dandekar, Brian A. M Vaughan, William G. Proud 2:45PM H3 5 Shear strength and HEL's for various geological materials C.H. Braithwaite, W.G. Proud, J.E. Field, A.R. Guest 3:00PM H3 6 Shear strength and its variation according to structure in shock-loaded polyethylene Jeremy Millett, Neil Bourne, Eric Brown, George Gray 24
  26. 26. Tuesday, June 26, 2007 Continued... LOCATION 1:45PM - 3:00PM Session H4 Experimental Developments III Plaza II Chair: Brian Jensen, Sandia National Laboratories 1:45PM H4 1 New Capabilities of 800 MeV Proton Radiography at Los Alamos Cynthia Schwartz 2:00PM H4 2 Proton Radiography of a Thermal Explosion in PBX 9501 Laura Smilowitz, Bryan Henson, Jerry Romero, Blaine Asay, Mary Sandstrom 2:15PM H4 3 Direct Shock-Density Measurements using Plate Impact and Proton Radiography Invited Speaker: Paulo Rigg 2:45PM H4 4 Neutron Resonance Spectrometry Shock Temperatures in Molybdenum Damian Swift, Achim Seifter, David Holtkamp, Vincent Yuan, David Clark, William Buttler 3:00PM H4 5 Detonation Shock Radius Experiments. David Lambert, Joshua Debes, Scott Stewart, Sunhee Yoo 1:45PM - 3:00PM Session H5 X-ray Diffraction/Scattering II Plaza III Chair: Reed Patterson, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory 1:45PM H5 1 A Geometry for Sub-Nanosecond X-Ray Diffraction from Laser-Shocked Polycrystalline Foils Justin Wark, Andrew Higginbotham, Giles Kimminau, William Murphy, Bob Nagler, Thomas Whitcher, James Hawreliak, Dan Kalantar, Hector Lorenzana, Bruce Remington, Huw Davies, Lee Thornton, Nigel Park, Stan Lukezic 2:00PM H5 2 High pressure X-ray diffraction studies on Bi$_{2-x}$Sb$_{x}$Te$_{3}$ (x=0,1,2) materials Matthew Jacobsen, Ravhi Kumar, Andrew Cornelius 2:15PM H5 3 Static High Pressure X-ray Diffraction of Ti-6Al-4V Gary Chesnut, Nenad Velisavljevic, Lilliana Sanchez 2:30PM H5 4 Radiation-induced damage studies of energetic materials. Michael Pravica, Hubertus Giefers, Zachary Quine, Edward Romano, Sean Bajar, Brian Yulga, Wenge Yang, Hans Peter Liermann, Daniel Hooks 25
  27. 27. Tuesday, June 26, 2007 Continued... LOCATION 1:45PM - 3:00PM Session H7 Reactive Materials I Promenade III Chair: Jennifer Jordan, Air Force Research Laboratory 1:45PM H7 1 Reactive Nanolaminates as Model Materials for Controlling Initiation Thresholds under Shock and Electrical Loading Invited Speaker: Timothy Weihs 2:15PM H7 2 Investigation of Formulations Containing Perfluoro-Coated Oxide-Free Nano-Aluminum Andrea Warren, G. William Lawrence, R. Jason Jouet 2:30PM H7 3 Preparation and Shock Reactivity Analysis of Novel Perfluoroalkyl-Coated Aluminum Nanocomposites J.R. Jouet, J.R. Carney, J.M. Lightstone, A.D. Warren 2:45PM H7 4 Phase Stability of Epsilon and Gamma HNIW (CL-20) at High-Pressure and Temperature Invited Speaker: Jared Gump 3:00PM – 3:30PM Refreshment Service Ballroom Courtyard 3:45PM – 5:15PM Session J2 Potentials for Large-Scale Shock Simulations Chair: Brad Holian, Los Alamos National Laboratory Amphitheater 3:45PM J2 1 Interatomic Potentials for Large-Scale Simulations of High-Pressure, High-Temperature Phenomena Invited Speaker: Ramon Ravelo 4:15PM J2 2 Molecular Dynamics Simulation of Thermodynamic and Mechanical Properties of Be and Mg Vladimir Dremov, Alexey Karavaev, Andrey Kutepov, Laurent Soulard 4:30PM J2 3 Transforming graphite to diamond: An textit{ab initio} molecular dynamics study of graphite under shock compression Christopher J. Mundy, Nir Goldman, I-F. William Kuo, Evan J. Reed, Laurence E. Fried, Alessandro Curioni 4:45PM J2 4 Discussion Session: The Quality of Interaction Potentials in Molecular-Dynamics Calculations Under Extreme Conditions B.L. Holian 26
  28. 28. Tuesday, June 26, 2007 Continued... LOCATION 3:45PM – 5:15PM Session J3 Inelastic Deformation III Plaza I Chair: Dennis Grady, Applied Research Associates 3:45PM J3 1 Damage-Failure Transition: Dynamic Crack Branching, Fragmentation, Failure Wave Oleg Naimark, Oleg Plekhov, William Proud, Sergey Uvarov 4:00PM J3 2 Failure Kinetics in Borosilicate Glass During Rod Impact Dennis L. Orphal, Charles E. Anderson, Jr., Thilo Behner, Volker Hohler, Matthias Wickert, Douglas W. Termpleton 4:15PM J3 3 Failure and Penetration Response of Borosilicate Glass During Short-Rod Impact Charles E. Anderson, Jr., Dennis L. Orphal, Thilo Behner, Volker Hohler, Matthias Wickert, Douglas W. Termpleton 4:30PM J3 4 An interacting micro-crack damage model for brittle failure: Experiments and Modeling Bhasker Paliwal, Kaliat T. Ramesh, James W. McCauley 4:45PM J3 5 Damage Fingers in Brittle Transparent Ceramics Michael Grinfeld, Todd Bjerke, Daniel Casem, Pavel Grinfeld 5:00PM J3 6 Phenomenological description of the failure waves in glasses G.I. Kanel, A.S. Savinykh, G.V. Garkushin, S.V. Razorenov, A. Rajendran 3:45PM – 5:15PM Session J4 Heterodyne Velocimetry Plaza II Chair: Dan Dolan, Sandia National Laboratories Room: 3:45PM J4 1 Using the Heterodyne Method to Measure Velocities on Shock Physics Experiments Invited Speaker: Oliver Strand 4:15PM J4 2 Low-Power Heterodyne Velocimetry of shocked metal surfaces Andrew Critchley, Ed Price, Martin Philpott, Nathan Routley 4:30PM J4 3 Hugoniot and velocity history data using heterodyne techniques P. Asoka-Kumar, R. Chau, N.C. Holmes, W.P. Ambrose, K. Krauter, O.T. Strand, J. Nguyen, M. Kumar, J. Stolken 4:45PM J4 4 Recent Advances in All Fiber Doppler Velocimeter at LSD. Xiang Wang, Jidong Weng, Hua Tan, Yun Ma, Xianmin Zhou 27
  29. 29. Tuesday, June 26, 2007 Continued... LOCATION 3:45PM – 5:15PM Session J5 Spectroscopy and Optical Studies II Plaza III Chair: David S. Moore, Los Alamos National Laboratory 3:45PM J5 1 Raman Spectroscopy of RDX Single Crystals under Static Compression Zbigniew Dreger, Yogendra Gupta 4:00PM J5 2 Raman Spectroscopy Measurements in RDX Single Crystals Shock Compressed Along Different Orientations James Patterson, Zbigniew Dreger, Yogendra Gupta 4:15PM J5 3 ABSTRACT WITHDRAWN 4:30PM J5 4 T-Jump/FTIR Studies of Poly-Glycidyl Nitrate (PGN) Pyrolysis. Chad Stoltz, Suhithi Peiris 4:45PM J5 5 Ultrafast shock wave dynamics at high ambient pressure ($sim $10 GPa) in a diamond anvil cell Michael Armstrong, Jonathan Crowhurst, Joseph Zaug, Evan Reed, William Howard 7:30PM – 8:00PM POSTER SESSION RECEPTION Salon II 8:00PM – 9:00PM Session K1 Poster Session II Salon III K1.00001: CONTINUUM AND MULTISCALE MODELING K1.00002: Critical Diameter Prediction for Steady Detonation in Gassless Metal-Sulfur Compositions Francois-Xavier Jette, Andrew Higgins K1.00003: Composite Material Behaviour Under Shock Loading R. Vignjevic, J.C. Campbell, P. Hazell, N.K. Bourne K1.00004: DETONATIONS AND SHOCK INDUCED CHEMISTRY K1.00005: Thermodynamic and chemical behavior of benzene under shock conditions Jean-Bernard Maillet, Nicolas Pineau, Emeric Bourasseau K1.00006: Interaction between a steady detonation wave in nitromethane and geometrical com- plex confinement defects. Blandine Crouzet, Noel Carion, Philippe Manczur K1.00007: Shock Compaction of MnAs1-xSbx Powder using Underwater Shock Wave Young Kook Kim, Hirofumi Wada, Shigeru Itoh K1.00008: ABSTRACT WITHDRAWN K1.00009: Research for Two-dimensional Critical Initiating State of Pressed TNT Huan Shi, Huang Fenglei, Tan Xiangqian K1.00010: EXPERIMENTAL DEVELOPMENTS 28
  30. 30. Tuesday, June 26, 2007 Continued... LOCATION 8:00PM – 9:00PM Session K1 Poster Session II Continued... Salon III K1.00011: Measurement of Shock Propagation and Metal Plasma Expansion in Underwater Wire Explosion by Utilizing CW Laser Light Source Sung-Hyun Baek, Eun Soo Lee, Inho Kim K1.00012: Decreasing Impact Tilt on a High Performance Two-Stage Gas Gun M.E. Byers, P.A. Rigg, J.S. Esparza K1.00013: Detonation wave structure studies in high explosives by means of proton Radiography Sergei Kolesnikov, Sergei Dudin, Victor Mintsev, Alexander Utkin, Victor Demidov, Alexander Fert- man, Alexander Golubev, Mark Katz, Nikolai Markov, Boris Sharkov, Gennady Smirnov, Vladimir Tur- tikov K1.00014: Confocal microscopy of water under static pressure Matthew McCluskey, Bobbie Riley, Michael Knoblauch K1.00015: New Optical Diagnostics for Equation-of-State Experiments on the Janus Laser Dylan K. Spaulding, Damien G. Hicks, Raymond F. Smith, Jon H. Eggert, R. Stewart McWilliams, Gil- bert W. Collins, Raymond Jeanloz K1.00016: Accurate measurement of shock front sharp in two-stage light-gas gun. Xiang Wang, Chengdai Dai, Hua Tan, Qingsong Wang, Jingui Wang K1.00017: Line-VISAR diagnostics for isentropic compression experiments at the LLNL two- stage gas gun Klaus Widmann, Jeffrey Nguyen, Lynn James, David Erskine, Reed Patterson, Gilbert Collins, Leon Berzins K1.00018: Experimental and Theoretical Assessment of a Device Used for Evaluation of Blast and Fragmentation Effects Anatoly Resnyansky, Samuel Weckert K1.00019: INELASTIC DEFORMATION, FRACTURE, AND SPALL K1.00020: Dynamic fracture and failure of silica glass: Void nucleation and growth Qi An, Sheng-Nian Luo, Aaron Koskelo K1.00021: Front Face Spall of Concrete Adam Collins, David Chapman, William Proud K1.00022: Study of Elastic Precursor Decay in ultra fine copper Stanislav Finyushin, Anatoliy Mikhailov, Alexey Fedorov, Dmitriy Nazarov, Tatiana Govorunova, Olga Ignatova K1.00023: Experimental Study on Shear Response of 92.93 wt{%} Alumina under Combined Pressure-Shear Loading Yao Guowen, Liu Zhanfang K1.00024: Simulation of a Shock Recovery Experiment K. Hughes, R. Vignjevic, N.K. Bourne K1.00025: On Beryllium Deformation at High-Velocity Oblique Impact Anatoly Mikhaylov 29
  31. 31. Tuesday, June 26, 2007 Continued... LOCATION 8:00PM – 9:00PM Session K1 Poster Session II Continued... Salon III K1.00026: Feature in Accumulation of Microdefects in Copper Under Shock-Wave Loading Alexander Pavlenko, Alexander Shestakov, Alexander Nurgaleev, Demetrius Kazakov K1.00027: Molecular dynamics study of tantalum spallation Laurent Soulard, Joelle Bontaz K1.00028: GEOPHYSICS AND PLANETARY SCIENCE K1.00029: Measurement of the delayed failure in the shock compressed AOW rock Hongliang He, Dengping Chen, Fuqian Jing K1.00030: Impact pressures generated by spherical particle hypervelocity impact on Yorkshire sandstone Katarina Miljkovic, Emma Taylor, Bill Proud, Kostas Tsembelis, Charlie Cockell, John Zarnecki K1.00031: ENERGETIC MATERIALS K1.00032: FOX -- 7 Cp PREDICTION FOX -7 Specific heat prediction from a proposed nominal / generic specific heat for CHNO energetic materials. James Billingsley K1.00033: High-Rate Characterisation of Hexanitrostilbene Robert Claridge, Adam Parker, William Proud K1.00034: Initiation of Polymer Bonded Explosive (PBXN-110) by Combined Shock and Shear Loading Jennifer Jordan, Robert Dorgan, Michael Nixon, Richard Dick K1.00035: The evolution of sensitivity in HMX-based explosives during the reversion from delta to beta-phase Paul Peterson, Kien-Yin Lee, David Moore, Gabe Avilucea K1.00036: EQUATION OF STATE K1.00037: Shock Induced Equation of State of Polyvinylchloride Sian Butler, Jeremy Millett, Neil Bourne K1.00038: The dissociation and thermodynamics of dense fluid oxygen by self-consistent fluid variational theory Q.F. Chen, Y. Zhang, L.C. Cai, Y.J. Gu K1.00039: Density Measurement Method of Isentropically Compressed Hydrogen at Megabar Pressures Nikolay Egorov, A. Bykov, G. Boriskov, Yu. Kuropatkin, N. Lukyanov, V. Mironenko, V. Pavlov K1.00040: The Effect of Fibre Orientation on the Shock Response of a Glass-Fibre Epoxy Composite. Yann Mezieres, Jeremy Millett, Neil Bourne K1.00041: The Hugoniot of Polychlorotrifluroethylene Chris Stennett, Susan Sorber, Malcolm Burns, Jeremy Millett, Neil Bourne K1.00042: HIGH ENERGY DENSITY PHYSICS 30
  32. 32. Tuesday, June 26, 2007 Continued... LOCATION 8:00PM – 9:00PM Session K1 Poster Session II Continued... Salon III K1.00043: Self-similar flows in spherical geometry Jean Gerin-Roze K1.00044: ISENTROPIC AND OFF HUGIONOT LOADING K1.00045: VELOCE - A Compact Pulser for Magnetically Driven Isentropic Compression Experiments Gilles Avrillaud, Michael Delchambre, Jean Guerre, Frederic Bayol, Fabrice Cubaynes, Boris Koval- chuk, Mathias Bavay, Joe Mervini, Rick Spielman, James Asay, Clint Hall, Randy Hickman, Tommy Ao, Michael Willis, Yogendra Gupta, Cory Bakeman K1.00046: A numerical investigation of sleeved Taylor anvil specimens J.C. Campbell, R. Vignjevic, N.K. Bourne K1.00047: An investigation of surface velocimetry of shocked polyethylene using HetV Nathan Routley, Ed Price, Jeremy Millett, Neil Bourne, Eric Brown, George Gray K1.00048: Isentropic Compression Studies With High Explosive Pulsed Power Douglas Tasker, James Goforth, Henn Oona K1.00049: STRESS-STRENGTH MEASUREMENTS K1.00050: The Response of Concrete to Shock-Loading Tony Andrews, David Chapman, William Proud K1.00051: Incremental Stress-Strain Response of Polymers Using Instrumented Reverse Taylor Impact Experiments Louis Ferranti, Jr., Naresh Thadhani K1.00052: Hugoniots of Geological Materials and relationships to static properties A.R. Guest, C.H. Braithwaite, W.G. Proud, J.E. Field K1.00053: In-situ diffraction characterization of shock-loaded single crystals Daniel H. Kalantar, J. Hawreliak, H. Lorenzana, A. MacPhee, B. Remington, J. Stolken, A. Higgenbotham, G. Kimminau, W. Murphy, B. Nagler, J. Wark, T. Whitcher, H. Davies, N. Park, L. Thornton K1.00054: Deformation Twinning and Dynamic Strength of Copper During High-Rate Strain Victor Raevsky K1.00055: Strength of polyethylene, polypropylene and polystyrene behind a shock front Christine Tyler, Neil Bourne, Jeremy Millett K1.00056: FIRST PRINCIPLES AND MOLECULAR DYNAMICS CALCULATIONS K1.00057: Molecular dynamics simulation of shock-induced melting and alloying Shijin Zhao, Timothy C. Germann, Alejandro Strachan K1.00058: MATERIALS SCIENCE K1.00059: Updated Cask for Prevention against Possible Accidental Situations Andrey Drennov K1.00060: Hugoniot Measurement on a Gel-binder system. Ray Flaxman, William Proud, Caroline Handley, David Chapman 31
  33. 33. Tuesday, June 26, 2007 Continued... LOCATION 8:00PM – 9:00PM Session K1 Poster Session II Continued... Salon III K1.00061: Dynamic compaction of iron disilicide powders Valery Lashkov, Alexander Selezenev, Andrey Strikanov, Anya Tikhonova, Vladimer Rybakov K1.00062: High Pressure Equation of State of a Zirconium-Based Bulk Metallic Glass Morgana Martin, Toshimori Sekine, Takamichi Kobayashi, Laszlo Kecskes, Naresh Thadhani K1.00063: Microstructures produced by dynamic friction Chris Poulter, Ron Winter, Hong Jin Kim K1.00064: Semi-Empirical Model for the Electrical Behavior of Explosively Driven Ferroelectric Generator Minsu Seo, Myung-Hwan Park, Inho Kim K1.00065: Discharge of PZT 95/5 Ferroelectric Ceramics under Tilted Shock Wave Compres- sion. Fuping Zhang, Jinmei Du, Yi Zhang, Yusheng Liu, Gaomin Liu, Hongliang He K1.00066: OTHER TOPICS K1.00067: Jumps across an outgoing spherical shock wave front Yukio Sano, Tomokazu Sano K1.00068: Reevaluation of the precursor decay anomaly in single crystal lithium fluoride Yukio Sano, Tomokazu Sano K1.00069: Dynamic yielding behind near-steady precursors Yukio Sano, Tomokazu Sano K1.00070: PHASE TRANSITIONS K1.00071: A Multi-Phase Equation of State for Bismuth Geoffrey Cox K1.00072: Shock-Melting of Tin from Sound Velocities Measurements Jian Bo Hu, Xian Ming Zhou, Hua Tan K1.00073: Retention of the Alpha-Prime Phase in a Pu-Ga Alloy After Hydrostatic Compression A.J. Schwartz, M.A. Wall, D.L. Farber, K.T. Moore, K.J.M. Blobaum K1.00074: Surface Specularity as an Indicator of Shock-Induced Solid-Liquid Phase Transitions G.D. Stevens, S.S. Lutz, W.D. Turley, L.R. Veeser, P.A. Rigg, B.J. Jensen, R.S. Hixson K1.00075: Phase Transformations of Graphite at Shock-Wave Loading in Steel Targets with Conic Cavities Andrey Zhuk, Alexander Charakhchyan, Vladimir Milyavskiy, Konstantin Khishchenko, Dmitriy Zher- nokletov, Tatiana Borodina, Georgiy Valiano K1.00076: SPECTROSCOPY AND OPTICAL STUDIES K1.00077: Optical Shock Generation Integrated with Time-resolved Spectroscopy G. Saini, T. Pezeril, S.E. Kooi, E.L. Thomas, K.A. Nelson 32
  34. 34. Tuesday, June 26, 2007 Continued... LOCATION 8:00PM – 9:00PM Session K1 Poster Session II Continued... Salon III K1.00078: Simulating EXAFS Patterns of Shocked Crystals Andrew Higginbotham, Robert Albers, Tim Germann, Brad Holian, Kai Kadau, Peter Lomdahl, William Murphy, Justin Wark K1.00079: Prospects for Using X-Ray Free-Electron-Lasers to Investigate Shock-Compressed Matter Bob Nagler, Andrew Higginbotham, Giles Kimminau, William Murphy, Justin Wark, Thomas Whitcher, James Hawreliak, Dan Kalantar, Richard Lee, Hector Lorenzana, Bruce Remington, Jorgen Larsson, Nigel Park, Klaus Sokolowski-TInten 33
  35. 35. Wednesday, June 27, 2007 LOCATION 7:30AM – 5:00PM Registration Pre-Function Area 7:30AM – 8:00AM Session Chair Breakfast Brown’s Beach House 7:30AM – 8:00AM Refreshment Service Ballroom Courtyard 8:00AM – 10:00AM Session L2 Material Science II Amphitheater Chair: George T. Gray, Los Alamos National Laboratory 8:00AM L2 1 Dislocation Mechanics Under Extreme Pressures Ronald Armstrong, Werner Arnold, Frank Zerilli 8:15AM L2 2 Initial Temperature Effects on the Shock Compression and Release Properties of Different Alumina-Filled Epoxy Compositions Mark Anderson, David Cox, Stephen Montgomery, Robert Setchell 8:30AM L2 3 Taylor Impact Of Ti-6Al-4V Sam McDonald, Neil Bourne, George Gray, Jeremy Millett, Glenn Whiteman 8:45AM L2 4 Using Laser Induced Shock Waves to Investigate The Nanoparticle Transition From Bulk Behavior to Discrete Atom/Finite Size Behavior Bernard Gerstman 9:00AM L2 5 Influence of Peak Shock Stress on the Quasi-static Reload Response of HCP Metals E.K. Cerreta, G.T. Gray III, C.P. Trujillo, D.W. Brown, C.N. Tome 9:15AM L2 6 A Study of phase explosion of metal using high power Nd:YAG laser ablation Jack Y. Yoh, Hyunhee Lee, Kihong Kim 9:30AM L2 7 Dynamics of the Onset of Damage in Metals under Shock Loading Aaron Koskelo, Scott Greenfield, Kenneth McClellan, Darrin Byler, Robert Dickerson, Dennis Paisley, Shengnian Luo, Damian Swift, Davis Tonks, Pedro Peralta 9:45AM L2 8 Deformation regimes in shocked nanocrystals: experiments and simulations Y.M. Wang, E. Bringa, A. Caro, M. Victoria, J. McNaney, J. Hawreliak, R. Smith, B. Remington, H. Lorenzana, M. Meyers, H. Jarmakani 8:00AM – 10:00AM Session L3 Phase Transitions II Plaza I Chair: Dennis Hayes, Sandia National Laboratories 8:00AM L3 1 Effect of Pulse Duration on Polytetrafluoroethylene Shocked Above the Crystalline Phase II--III Transition Eric N. Brown, George T. Gray III, Philip J. Rae, Carl P. Trujillo, Neil K. Bourne 8:15AM L3 2 Phase transformation kinetics - equilibrium and metastable conditions Marina Bastea, S. Bastea, J. Reaugh, D. Reisman 8:30AM L3 3 Kinetics of Phase Transition Under Tailored Dynamic Compression Jeffrey H. Nguyen, Daniel Orlikowski, J. Reed Patterson, L. Peter Martin, Neil C. Holmes 34
  36. 36. Wednesday, June 27, 2007 Continued… LOCATION 8:45AM L3 4 Experimental and computational investigation of the shock melting properties of diamond Marcus Knudson, Michael Desjarlais, Raymond Lemke 9:00AM L3 5 Dynamic compression of diamond across the melt transition Invited Speaker: Peter Celliers 9:30AM L3 6 Mulitphase equation of state of Carbon from first principles simulations and applications to shock wave experiments and design Invited Speaker: Alfredo A. Correa 8:00AM – 10:00AM Session L4 Continuum and Multiscale Modeling II Plaza II Chair: Mel Baer, Sandia National Laboratories 8:00AM L4 1 Mesoscale and Continuum Calculations of Wave Profiles for Shock-Loaded Granular Ceramics Tracy Vogler, John Borg 8:15AM L4 2 2D Mesoscale Simulations of Projectile Penetration into Sand R.D. Teeter, S.K. Dwivedi, C.W. Felice, Y.M. Gupta 8:30AM L4 3 Determination of simple constitutive models for DEDF glass using penetration-velocity data from ballistic experiments Gordon Johnson, Timothy Holmquist 8:45AM L4 4 Multiscale Modeling of Shocked Ceramics Ruqiang Feng, Jianbin Zhu 8:00AM – 10:00AM Session L5 Spectroscopy and Optical Studies III Plaza III Chair: Zbigniew Dreger, Washington State University Room: 9:00AM L4 5 ABSTRACT WITHDRAWN 9:15AM L4 6 Mesoscale Calculations of Shock Loaded Granular Ceramics John Borg, Tracy Vogler 9:30AM L4 7 2D Mesoscale Simulation of Shock Response of Dry Sand in Plate Impact Experiments L. Pei, R.D. Teeter, S.K. Dwivedi, Y.M. Gupta 9:45AM L4 8 Numerical Simulation of Impact Effects on Multilayer Fabrics Eric Fahrenthold 8:00AM L5 1 Single Shot Dynamic Ellipsometry Measurements of Laser-Driven Shock Waves Invited Speaker: Cindy Bolme 35
  37. 37. Wednesday, June 27, 2007 Continued... LOCATION 8:30AM L5 2 Common Problems with Pyrometry at Shock Physics Experiments and How to Avoid Them Achim Seifter, Andrew Obst, David Holtkamp 8:45AM L5 3 Emission spectroscopy of aluminum in post-detonation combustion John Wilkinson, Richard Lee, Joel Carney 9:00AM L5 4 Analysis of Temperature Measurement at Lead/LiF Interface Under Shock Wave Compression Camille Chauvin, Pierre-Louis Hereil 9:15AM L5 5 Time-Resolved Optical Measurements of Detonation and Combustion Products Joel Carney, John Wilkinson, James Lightstone 9:30AM L5 6 Characterization and use of a CO$_{2}$ infrared laser for ignition of explosives Jeremy Monat, Edward Tersine, Brent Morgan, Peter Ostrowski 9:45AM L5 7 Time-Resolved Spectroscopic Measurements of Aluminum Oxidation in a Laser Ablation Event James Lightstone, Joel Carney 8:00AM – 10:00AM Session L6 Shock Initiation I Promenade I/II Chair: Robert E. Setchell, Sandia National Laboratories 8:00AM L6 1 Shock Initiation Experiments on PBX 9501 Explosive at Pressures Below 3 GPa with Associated Ignition and Growth Modeling Steven K. Chidester, Darla G. Thompson, Kevin S. Vandersall, Deanne J. Idar, Craig M. Tarver, Frank Garcia, Paul A. Urtiew 8:15AM L6 2 Shock Initiation Experiments on the HMX Based Explosives LX-07 and LX-10 with Asso- ciated Ignition and Growth Modeling Kevin S. Vandersall, Craig M. Tarver, Frank Garcia, Paul A. Urtiew, Steven K. Chidester 8:30AM L6 3 Extended run distance measurements of shock initiation in PBX 9502 Rick Gustavsen, Steve Sheffield, Rick Alcon 8:45AM L6 4 Shock Reactivity of Non-Porous Mixtures of Manganese and Sulfur Francois-Xavier Jette, Samuel Goroshin, Andrew Higgins 9:00AM L6 5 Time-Resolved Temperature Measurements of Shock Initiation in a Manganese-Sulfur Mixture Francois-Xavier Jette, Samuel Goroshin, Andrew Higgins 9:15AM L6 6 ABSTRACT WITHDRAWN 9:30AM L6 7 Observations of shock-induced partial reactions in high explosive Shiro Kubota, Yuji Ogata, Yuji Wada, Tei Saburi, Kunihito Nagayama 9:45AM L6 8 Large Area and Short Pulsed Shock Initiation of A TATB/HMX Mixed Explosive Guiji Wang, Chengwei Sun, Jun Chen, Cangli Liu, Fuli Tan, Ning Zhang 36
  38. 38. Wednesday, June 27, 2007 Continued... LOCATION 8:00AM – 10:00AM Session L7 Inelastic Deformation-Aluminum Promenade III Chair: Jim Asay, Sandia National Laboratories Room: 8:00AM L7 1 1D Continuum and 2D Mesoscale Simulations of Plate Impact Spall Experiments in 6061-T6 Aluminum S.K. Dwivedi, J.N. Johnson, Y.M. Gupta 8:15AM L7 2 Dynamic Response of 5083-H131 Aluminum Alloy John Boteler, Dattatraya Dandekar 8:30AM L7 3 2D Mesoscale Simulations of Quasielastic Reloading and Unloading in Shock Com- pressed Aluminum Invited Speaker: S.K. Dwivedi 9:00AM L7 4 Laser-Induced Spall of Aluminum and Aluminum Alloys at High Strain Rates Douglas Dalton, Jonathan Brewer, Aaron Bernstein, Will Grigsby, Despina Milathianaki, Evan Jack- son, Richard Adams, Patrick Rambo, Jens Schwarz, Aaron Edens, Matthias Geissel, Ian Smith, Eric Taleff, Todd Ditmire 9:15AM L7 5 Behavior of Ultrasonic Consolidated Aluminum under Shock Loading Daniel Casem, George Gazonas 9:30AM L7 6 Shock Consolidation of Nanocrystalline Aluminum Powders for Bulk Component For- mation David A. Fredenburg, Tracy Vogler, Christopher Saldana, Naresh Thadhani 10:00AM – 10:30AM Refreshment Service Ballroom Courtyard 10:30AM -12:30PM Session M2 First Principles and Molecular Dynamics Calculations III Chair: Tim Germann, Los Alamos National Laboratory Amphitheater 10:30AM M2 1 Molecular Dynamics Studies of Thermal Induced Chemistry in TATB Jason Quenneville, Timothy Germann 10:45AM M2 2 Initial steps of condensed-phase decomposition of TATB from reactive molecular dy- namics Hyungjun Kim, Sergey Zybin, Adri van Duin, William Goddard 11:00AM M2 3 Atomistic Studies of Energetic Materials Under Shock Wave Loading Invited Speaker: Thomas Sewell 11:30AM M2 4 Shear-strain Sensitivity of Energetic Crystals and the Origin of Hot-spots Maija Kuklja, Sergey Rashkeev 37
  39. 39. Wednesday, June 27, 2007 Continued... LOCATION 11:45AM M2 5 Molecular dynamics simulation of the shock-induced wurtzite-to-rocksalt transition in CdSe and CdS Aidan Thompson, Marcus Knudson 12:00PM M2 6 Molecular Dynamics Simulation of TATB-like Explosive Filipp Sapozhnikov, Vladimir Dremov, Ilya Derbenev, Alexey Karavaev, Laurent Soulard 12:15PM M2 7 Elastic and thermodynamic properties of post-perovskite MgSiO$_{3}$ from first-principles calculations Liu Zi-Jiang 12:30PM M2 8 Predicting noncovalent interactions with nonlocal density functional theory Joe Hooper, Frank Zerilli, Nic Romero, Betsy Rice 10:30AM -12:30PM Session M3 Stress-Strength Measurements II Plaza I Chair: Rip Collins, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Room: 10:30AM M3 1 Shear Strength Response of the Aluminium Alloy 6082-T6 During One-Dimensional Shock Loading John Harrigan, Jeremy Millett, Neil Bourne 10:45AM M3 2 Constitutive Model Constants for Low Carbon Steels from Tension and Torsion Data Nachhatter Brar, Vasant Joshi, Bryan Harris 11:00AM M3 3 Strength of materials in the diamond anvil cell to 1 Mbar Invited Speaker: Thomas Duffy 11:30AM M3 4 Hydrocode Analysis of Lateral Stress Gauges in Shocked Tantalum Ernest Harris, Ron Winter 11:45AM M3 5 Perturbations Caused by Lateral Stress Gauges Ron Winter, Ernie Harris 12:00PM M3 6 Hopkinson Pressure Bar and Direct Impact Testing of Rohacell Foam Elisavet Palamidi, John Harrigan, Qingming Li 12:15PM M3 7 Hopkinson Bar Studies of a PBX Simulant Daniel Drodge, John Addiss, David Williamson, William Proud 12:30PM M3 8 High-pressure Carbon Strength Model: first guess Daniel Orlikowski 38
  40. 40. Wednesday, June 27, 2007 Continued... LOCATION 10:30AM -12:30PM Session M4 Geophysics and Planetary Physics Plaza II Chair: Ricky Chau, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory 10:30AM M4 1 The Deep Impact Oblique Impact Experiment Invited Speaker: Peter H. Schultz 11:00AM M4 2 Impact Cratering Physics al Large Planetary Scales Invited Speaker: Thomas J. Ahrens 11:30AM M4 3 Shock compression of iron foils to Earth core conditions with GEKKO-HIPER laser Keisuke Shigemori, Tetsuo Irifune, Daigo Ichinose, Kazuto Otani, Tatsuhiro Sakaiya, Hiroshi Azechi, Kunioki Mima, Justin Wark, Bruce Remington 11:45AM M4 4 Ejection mechanisms for Martian meteorites Paul S. De Carli, Ahmed El Goresy, Zhidong Xie, Thomas G. Sharp 12:00PM M4 5 Improved Strength and Damage Modeling of Geologic Materials Sarah Stewart, Laurel Senft 12:15PM M4 6 ABSTRACT WITHDRAWN 12:30PM M4 7 Heterogeneous Thermal Emission from Shocked Basalt Sarah Stewart, Achim Seifter, Gregory Kennedy, Michael Furlanetto, Andrew Obst 12:45PM M4 8 Soft X-ray -- Induced Shock Loading of Meteorite and Planetary Materials John Remo, Michael Furnish 10:30AM -12:30PM Session M5 Equation of State III Plaza III Chair: Carl Greeff, Los Alamos National Laboratory 10:30AM M5 1 Computational study of the equation of state of hydrogen using the Coupled Electron-Ion Monte Carlo Method Miguel Morales, Kris Delaney, David Ceperley, Carlo Pierleoni 10:45AM M5 2 The effect of functionals on the Equation of State using Density Functional Theory cold curves Ann E. Mattsson, John H. Carpenter 11:00AM M5 3 Analysis of Cold Curve Forms for High--Pressure Physics John Carpenter, Igor Lomonosov 11:15AM M5 4 Estimate of shock Hugoniot adiabat of liquids from hydrodynamics Eric Bouton, Pierre Vidal 39
  41. 41. Wednesday, June 27, 2007 Continued... LOCATION 11:30AM M5 5 A Finite Srain, Non-Reactive EOS for PBX9502 Brian Lambourn, Nicholas Whitworth, Caroline Handley, Hugh James 11:45AM M5 6 Equations of State of Dual Functional Mixtures Of Structural Energetic Materials Sathya Hanagud, Rusislava Zaharieva, Xia Lu 12:00PM M5 7 Analytical Equations of State for use in Hydro-Codes John Maw 10:30AM -12:30PM Session M6 Detonation Propagation/Mechanical Response Chair: Raafat Guirguis, Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Divison Promenade I/II 10:30AM M6 1 The Energy Diameter Effect Peter Vitello, P. Clark Souers 10:45AM M6 2 Ignition and Growth Modeling of Detonating TATB Cones and Arcs* Craig Tarver, Steven Chidester 11:00AM M6 3 Analysis of Wave Curvature and Rate Stick Experiments for Monomodal Explosives with Different Crystal Quality and Particle Size Characteristics Gerrit Sutherland 11:15AM M6 4 Damage formation during high strain rate deformation of PBS9501 Clive Siviour, William Proud 11:30AM M6 5 The Dynamic Response of Energetic Formulations to Embedded Voids. Gregg Glenn, Horie Yasuyuki, Michael Gunger 11:45AM M6 6 Predicting Runaway Reaction in a Solid Explosive Containing a Single Crack Scott Jackson, Larry Hill 12:00PM M6 7 Non-Shock Initiation of Plastic Bonded Explosive: Experimental and Theoretical methods I Karmen Lappo 12:15PM M6 8 Reaction Zone Structure of Steady-State Detonation Wave for Tetranitromethane Alexander Utkin , Valentina Mochalova , Victor Garanin 40
  42. 42. Wednesday, June 27, 2007 Continued... LOCATION 10:30AM -12:30PM Session M7 Inelastic Deformation-Mostly Strain Promenade III Chair: Vitali Nesterekno, University of California, San Diego 10:30AM M7 1 High strain rate response of an elastomer. Tong Jiao, Rodney Clifton, Stephen Grunschel 10:45AM M7 2 Finite element based micromechanical modeling of brittle materials under compressive loading Reuben Kraft, Jean-Franc{c}ois Molinari, K.T. Ramesh 11:00AM M7 3 A Novel integrated experimental-numerical method for characterisation of materials at high strain rates. Ben Elliott, Arin Jumpasut, Nik Petrinic, Clive Siviour 11:15AM M7 4 Atomistic simulation of plasticity, spall damage and fracture of crystalline and poly- crystalline metals under high strain rate Invited Speaker: Genri Norman 11:45AM M7 5 Atomistic simulations of fracture in nanocrystalline copper under high strain rates Alexey Yanilkin, Alexey Kuksin, Genri Norman, Vladimir Stegailov 12:00PM M7 6 Modeling of Al crystal fracture under high-rate strain based on atomistic simulations Alexey Kuksin, Genri Norman, Vladimir Stegailov, Alexey Yanilkin 12:15PM M7 7 Atomistic study of nanoprecipitates influence on plasticity and fracture of crystalline metals Vladimir Stegailov, Alexey Kuksin, Genri Norman, Alexey Yanilkin LUNCH ON OWN, FREE AFTERNOON 3:00PM – POSTER SESSION TAKE DOWN – DEADLINE 8:00PM 41
  43. 43. Thursday, June 28, 2007 LOCATION 7:30AM – 5:00PM Registration Pre-Function Area 7:30AM – 8:00AM Session Chair Breakfast Brown’s Beach House 7:30AM – 8:00AM Refreshment Service Ballroom Courtyard 8:00AM – 9:00AM Session N1 Shock Science Award Salon I/II Chair: Naresh Thadhani, Georgia Institute of Technology 8:00AM N1 1 The Shock Wave Profile: Causes and Effects Invited Speaker: Dennis Grady 9:00AM – 10:00AM Session P1 Salon I/II Town Hall Meeting on Future Directions in Dynamic High Pressure Research 9:00AM P1 1 Town Hall Meeting on Future Directions in Dynamic High Pressure Research W.J. Nellis 10:00AM – 10:30AM Refreshment Service Ballroom Courtyard 10:30AM – 12:30PM Session P2 Material Science III Amphitheater Chair: Scott Greenfield, Los Alamos National Laboratory 10:30AM P2 1 Microstructural Evolution and Phase Stability in Shock-Loaded Tantalum Single Crystals Jikou Zhou, Cheng Saw, Ricky Chau, Luke Hsiung 10:45AM P2 2 Fabrication of W-Cu/Mo-Cu functionally graded materials by explosive consolidation Pengwan Chen, Zhiming Jiang, Weiping Shen, Jun Yang, Fenglei Huang 11:00AM P2 3 Comparison of Porter-Gould constitutive model with Compression Test data for HTPB/ Sugar Philip Church, Peter Gould, William Huntington-Thresher, Daniel Drodge, William Proud 11:15AM P2 4 Microstructural Defects in Shocked Nanocrystalline Ni and Ni-W Hussam Jarmakani, Eduardo Bringa, Morris Wang, Chris Schuh, Marc Meyers 11:30AM P2 5 Influence of polyethylene molecular conformation on Taylor impact measurements: a comparison of HDPE, UHMWPE, and PEX Carl P. Trujillo, Eric N. Brown, George T. Gray III 11:45AM P2 6 Propagation of strongly nonlinear signals in a two dimensional network of granular chains Chiara Daraio, Vitali F. Nesterenko 42
  44. 44. Thursday, June 28, 2007 Continued... LOCATION 10:30AM – 12:30PM Session P3 Phase Transitions III Plaza I Chair: Jeff Nguyen, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory 10:30AM P3 1 Electronic Conduction of Tin Under High Pressure from A phenomenological Equation of State. Shlomi Pistinner 10:45AM P3 2 Free Surface Temperature Measurements on Shock loaded Tin (Melting on Release) Achim Seifter, Andrew Obst, David Holtkamp, Dale Turley, Mike Furlanetto, Jeremy Payton, Carl Greeff 11:00AM P3 3 Measurements of the Dynamic $beta$--$gamma$ Phase Boundary in Tin Jean-Paul Davis, Dennis B. Hayes 11:15AM P3 4 Atomistic Simulations of Shock Waves in Polycrystalline Iron Compared to Experi- ments Kai Kadau, T.C. Germann, P.S. Lomdahl, R.C. Albers, J.S. Wark, A. Higginbotham, B.L. Holian 11:30AM P3 5 Recovery Studies of Shocked Iron Single Crystals Bassem El-Dasher, Nathan Barton, Warren MoberlyChan, James McNaney, James Hawreliak, Hector Lorenzana 11:45AM P3 6 Shock wave experiments on iron single crystals Brian Jensen, Robert Hixson, George Gray, Bulent Sencer 12:00PM P3 7 Effect of nano-void on the phase transformation of single crystal iron under shock compression Xinlin Cui, Wenjun Zhu, Hongliang He, Yingjun Li 10:30AM – 12:30PM Session P4 Inelastic Deformation IV Plaza II Chair: Yogi Gupta, Washington State University 10:30AM P4 1 Dynamic Plastic Response of Aluminum at Temperatures Approaching Melt Stephen Grunschel, Rodney Clifton 10:45AM P4 2 Effects of Shock-Breakout Pressure on Ejection of Micron-Scale Material from Shocked Tin Surfaces Michael Zellner, James Hammerberg, Robert Hixson, Kevin Morley, Andrew Obst, Russell Olson, Jer- emy Payton, Paulo Rigg, William Buttler, Michael Grover, Adam Iverson, Gregory Macrum, Gerald Stevens, William Turley, Lynn Veeser, Nathan Routley 11:00AM P4 3 Transition from solid to liquid spall in tin under laser shocks of increasing intensity Thibaut De Resseguier, Loic Signor, Andre Dragon, Pierre Severin, Michel Boustie 11:15AM P4 4 Fragment-size prediction during dynamic fragmentation of melted tin. Experimental in- vestigation and modelling issues Gilles Roy, Loic Signor, Thibaut De Resseguier, Andre Dragon, Fabrice Llorca 43
  45. 45. Thursday, June 28, 2007 Continued... LOCATION 11:30AM P4 5 The dynamic behavior of mortar under impact-loading Nobuaki Kawai, Kenji Inoue, Satoshi Misawa, Kyoji Tanaka, Shizuo Hayashi, Ken-ichi Kondo, Werner Riedel 11:45AM P4 6 Phase Transition Behavior and Abnormal Spall in FeMnNi alloy with Low $alpha -varepsilon $ Transition Stress Haibo Hu, Yongtao Chen, Qingzhong Li 12:00PM P4 7 Shock-induced turbulence and dissipative structures in copper Yuri Meshcheryakov, Natali Zhigacheva, Alexandre Divakov, Inan Makarevich, Boris Barakhtin 12:15PM P4 8 Influence of nano-size inclusions on spall fracture of copper single crystals Sergey Razorenov, Gennady Kanel, Galina Ivanchikhina 10:30AM – 12:30PM Session P5 Equation of State IV Plaza III Chair: Choong-Shik Yoo, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory 10:30AM P5 1 Systematics of Compression of Hard Materials W. J. Nellis, T. Petach 10:45AM P5 2 Equation of State for Ti-Beta-21S Kevin Honnell, Nenad Velisavljevic, Chris Adams, Paulo Rigg, Gary Chesnut, Robert Aikin, Jr., Jona- than Boettger 11:00AM P5 3 An Equation of State study of a Boron Nitride rubber composite using a Single Stage Gas Gun Peter Taylor, Peter Keightley 11:15AM P5 4 On the applicability of analytical models to predict Hugoniot of nano-sized powder compacts. Chengda Dai, Daniel Eakins, Naresh Thadhani 11:30AM P5 5 Shock compression and equation of state of C$_{60}$ fullerite Vladimir Milyavskiy, Konstantin Khishchenko, Alexander Utkin, Vladislav Yakushev, Andrey Zhuk, Vladimir Fortov 11:45AM P5 6 Dynamic Loading of Teflon at 200$^{circ}$C Paul A. Urtiew, Jerry W. Forbes, Craig M. Tarver, Kevin S. Vandersall, Frank Garcia 12:00PM P5 7 Shock Hugoniot Behavior for Particle Reinforced Polymer Composites Louis Ferranti, Jr., Naresh Thadhani, Jennifer Jordan, Richard Dick 12:15PM P5 8 Measurements of the release of alpha quartz: a new standard for impedance-match experiments Thomas Boehly, Joshua Miller, Jon Eggert, Peter Celliers, Damien Hicks, Stephanie Brygoo, David Meyerhofer, Gilbert Collins 44
  46. 46. Thursday, June 28, 2007 Continued... LOCATION 10:30AM – 12:30PM Session P6 Reactive Materials II Promenade I/II Chair: Willis Mock, Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division 10:30 AM P6 1 Effect of Aluminum Particle Size on the High Strain Properties of Pressed Aluminized Explosives Chad Rumchik, Jennifer Jordan 10:45 AM P6 2 Detonation Failure Thickness Measurement in an Annular Geometry David B. Mack, Oren E. Petel, Andrew J. Higgins 11:00 AM P6 3 Simulation of Particle Size Effect on Dynamic Properties and Fracture of PTFE-W-Al Composites Eric Herbold, Jing Cai, David Benson, Vitali Nesterenko 11:15 AM P6 4 High-Speed Photography of Detonation Propagation in Dynamically Precompressed Liquid Explosives Oren Petel, Andrew Higgins, Akio Yoshinaka, Fan Zhang 11:30 AM P6 5 Shock-induced reaction in Ti-Si powder mixtures Julian Lee, Fan Zhang 11:45 AM P6 6 Mechanical and Microstructural Properties of PTFE/Al/W Composite Jing Cai, Fengchun Jiang, Kenneth Vecchio, Marc Meyers, Vitali Nesterenko 12:00 PM P6 7 Impact Initiation of Rods of Pressed Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) and Aluminum Powders Willis Mock, Jr., Jason T. Drotar 12:15 PM P6 8 Reaction of Titanium and Zirconium Particles in Cylindrical Explosive Charges David Frost, Malcolm Cairns, Samuel Goroshin, Fan Zhang 10:30AM – 12:30PM Session P7 Detonation Shock Dynamics Promenade III Chair: Larry Hill, Los Alamos National Laboratory 10:30 AM P7 1 Detonation Shock Dynamics Calibration of PBX 9501 Tariq Aslam 10:45 AM P7 2 Application of Detonation Shock Dynamics (DSD) on Youngs-Type Discontinuous Interface Geometry Toru Aida, John Walter 11:00 AM P7 3 An extension of detonation shock dynamics for insensitive explosives Mark Short, John Bdzil, Tariq Aslam 11:15 AM P7 4 Detonation propagation in high explosives Linhbao Tran 45
  47. 47. Thursday, June 28, 2007 Continued... LOCATION 11:30AM P7 5 Critical Ignition Transients in Condensed Explosives D. Scott Stewart, Sunhee Yoo, David E. Lambert 11:45AM P7 6 Detonation Failure in Ideal and Non-Ideal Explosives P.J. Haskins, M.D. Cook 12:00PM P7 7 Physical Model of Low Velocity Detonation in Plasticized HMX. Konstantin Grebenkin, Michail Taranik, Svetlana Tsarenkova, Alexander Shnitko 12:30PM - 1:30PM LUNCH ON OWN 1:45PM – 3:45PM Session Q2 First Principles and Molecular Dynamics Calculations IV Chair: Thomas Mattsson, Sandia National Laboratories Amphitheater 1:45PM Q2 1 Dynamics of Plastic Deformation in Atomistic Shock Compression Simulations Wilhelm Wolfer, Alison Kubota 2:00PM Q2 2 Frictional interactions at compressed Al interfaces J.E. Hammerberg, R. Ravelo, T.C. Germann, B.L. Holian 2:15PM Q2 3 Single Crystal Plasticity in Ramp- and Cyclically-Loaded Aluminum Invited Speaker: Alison Kubota 2:45PM Q2 4 Liquid Metal Free Energies from Ab Initio Potential Surfaces Carl Greeff, Raquel Lizarraga, Eric Chisolm 3:00PM Q2 5 Quantum Molecular Dynamics Simulations of Optical Reflectivity of Shock- Compressed Tin Joel Kress, Lee Collins, Stephane Mazervet 1:45PM – 3:45PM Session Q3 Isentropic and Off Hugoniot Loading II Plaza I Chair: Clint Hall, Sandia National Laboratories 1:45PM Q3 1 Compressive strength of aluminum under high-rate loading Invited Speaker: James Asay 2:15PM Q3 2 Material Strength on Quasi-isentropes Jeffrey H. Nguyen, J. Reed Patterson, Daniel Orlikowski, L. Peter Martin, Neil C. Holmes 2:30PM Q3 3 Ramp Compression of Diamond to Over 1000 GPa Jon Eggert, David Bradley, Peter Celliers, Gilbert Collins, Damien Hicks, David Braun, Shon Prisbrey, Ray Smith, Thomas Boehly 2:45PM Q3 4 Interaction of Material Strength With Ramp and Shock Wave Loading Jow-Lian Ding, James Asay 46
  48. 48. Thursday, June 28, 2007 Continued... LOCATION 3:00PM Q3 5 Dynamic Response of Kovar to Shock and Ramp-Wave Compression. J.L. Wise, S.C. Jones, C.A. Hall, J.R. Asay, D.M. Sanchez 3:15PM Q3 6 Strength Measurements of Dry Indiana Limestone using Ramp Loading Techniques Bill Reinhart, Tracy Vogler, Lalit Chhabildas 3:30PM Q3 7 Two-step loading in a Split Hopkinson Pressure Bar (SHPB) at different strain rates Rachel Briggs, David Williamson, Daniel Drodge, William Proud 1:45PM – 3:45PM Session Q4 Experimental Developments IV Plaza II Chair: Rick Gustavsen, Cambridge University 1:45PM Q4 1 3D Simulation Capability for Isentropic Compression Loads S. Chantrenne, T. Ao, J.R. Asay, T.A. Haill, H.L. Hanshaw, C.A. Hall 2:00PM Q4 2 Development of a Single Stage Implosion-Driven Hypervelocity Launcher Daniel Szirti, Jason Loiseau, Patrick Batchelor, Andrew Higgins, Vincent Tanguay, Fan Zhang 2:15PM Q4 3 Modeling of an Implosion Driven Hypervelocity Launcher Jason Loiseau, Andrew Higgins, Daniel Szirti, Patrick Batchelor, Fan Zhang, Vincent Tanguay 2:30PM Q4 4 Characterisation and Modification of Thermally Stable High Explosives for Laser Flyer Applications Adam Parker, Robert Claridge, William Proud 2:45PM Q4 5 ABSTRACT WITHDRAWN 3:00PM Q4 6 Performance and operational characteristics of the WSU compact pulser power machine for shockless compression T. Jaglinski, C.J. Bakeman, J.R. Asay, J. LaFollett, K. Zimmerman, Y.M. Gupta 3:15PM Q4 7 High-Pressure Quasi-Isentropic Loading and Unloading of Interferometer Windows on the Veloce Pulsed Power Generator Tommy Ao, James Asay, Marcus Knudson, Jean-Paul Davis 3:30PM Q4 8 Magnetically Driven Isentropic Compression and Flyer Plate Experiments Using A Compact Capacitor Bank. Chengwei Sun, Guiji Wang, Cangli Liu, Jianheng Zhao, Fuli Tan, Ning Zhang, Jun Chen 3:45PM Q4 9 A new experimental design for laser-driven shocks on precompressed and preheated water samples. Arnaud Sollier, Eric Auroux, Jean-S'ebastien Vauthier, Michel Boustie, Hongliang He, Thibaut de Ress'eguier, Patrick Berterretche, Nicolas Desbiens, Emeric Bourasseau, Jean-Bernard Maillet 47
  49. 49. Thursday, June 28, 2007 Continued... LOCATION 1:45PM – 3:45PM Session Q6 Explosives/Mechanical Response II Promenade I/II Chair: David Williamson, Cambridge University 1:45PM Q6 1 Dislocations and Dynamic Yield of RDX Single Crystals Invited Speaker: Daniel Hooks 2:15PM Q6 2 A Study of the Shock Sensitivity of PBX 9501 Damaged by Compressive Loading Darla Thompson, Richard Gustavsen, Daniel Hooks, Paul Peterson, Racci DeLuca, David Stahl, Stephanie Hagelberg, Robert Alcon 2:30PM Q6 3 High Strain, Strain Rate Behavior of PTFE/Al/W John Addiss, Jing Cai, Steve Walley, William Proud, Vitali Nesterenko 2:45PM Q6 4 Shear Induced Reaction Localizations and Mechanisms of Energy Dissipation in PBX Subjected to Strong Shock Invited Speaker: Igor Plaksin 3:15PM Q6 5 A Viscoelastic Fracture Model for Simulation of Solid Propellant Impacts Erik R. Matheson 1:45PM – 3:45PM Session Q7 Post Detonation Effects Promenade III Chair: David Frost 1:45PM Q7 1 Factors Affecting Internal Blast Richard Granholm, Harold Sandusky, Joshua Felts 2:00PM Q7 2 Cylindrical Explosive Dispersal of Metal Particles R.C. Ripley, L. Donahue, Y. Horie, C.M. Jenkins, F. Zhang 2:15PM Q7 3 Post-Detonation Energy Release from TNT-Aluminum Explosives Fan Zhang, John Anderson, Akio Yoshinaka 2:30PM Q7 4 Effect of shock compression on aluminum particle reaction in condensed media Akio Yoshinaka, Fan Zhang 2:45PM Q7 5 Detailed Comparison of Blast Effects in Air and Vacuum J.W. Tringe, J.D. Molitoris, R.G. Garza, H.G. Andreski, J.D. Batteux, L.M. Lauderbach, E.R. Vincent, B.M. Wong 3:45PM – 4:15PM Refreshment Service Ballroom Courtyard 48
  50. 50. Thursday, June 28, 2007 Continued... LOCATION 4:15PM Session R1 TGSCCM Business Meeting Salon I/II Chair: Tracy Vogler, Sandia National Laboratories 6:00PM – 9:00PM RECEPTION / HAWAIIAN LU`AU TURTLE POINT Friday, June 29, 2007 LOCATION 7:30AM – 5:00PM Registration Pre-Function Area 7:30AM – 8:00AM Session Chair Breakfast Brown’s Beach House 7:30AM – 8:00AM Refreshment Service Ballroom Courtyard 8:00AM – 10:00AM Session U2 First Principles and Molecular Dynamics Calculations V Chair: D. Scott Stewart, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Amphitheater 8:00 AM U2 1 Energetic materials under thermal shock: Molecular dynamics simulation with reactive force field Yi Liu, Sergey Zybin, Adri van Duin, William Goddard 8:15 AM U2 2 Energetic materials under mechanical shock and shear: Molecular dynamics simulation with reactive force field Sergey Zybin, Peng Xu, Adri van Duin, William Goddard 8:30 AM U2 3 First-principles reactive molecular dynamics of initiation chemistry in energetic materials Aaron Landerville, Ivan Oleynik, Mortko Kozhushner, Carter White 8:45 AM U2 4 Theoretical studies of shock-induced plastic deformation and phase transformations in RDX Marc Cawkwell, Thomas Sewell 9:00 AM U2 5 A semi-metallic layer in detonating nitromethane Evan Reed, Riad Manaa, Laurence Fried, Kurt Glaesemann, John Joannopoulos 9:15 AM U2 6 Atomistic Simulations of Detonation Instabilities in Condensed Phase Systems Edward Kober, Andrew Heim, Timothy Germann, Niels Jensen 49
  51. 51. Friday, June 29, 2007 Continued... LOCATION 8:00AM – 10:00AM Session U6 Shock Initiation II Promenade I/II Chair: Steven Chidester, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory 8:00AM U6 1 The Puzzle of Explosive Response to Shock: Complexity to Simplicity by Changing the Observational Scale. Invited Speaker: Hugh James 8:30AM U6 2 Effect of Transverse Electric Field on Sensitivity of an 88{%} by Weight HMX Based Energetic Material Richard Lee, Jerry Forbes, Edward Palermo, William Wilson 8:45AM U6 3 Shock Initiation Thresholds for Insensitive High Explosives Hugh James 9:00AM U6 4 A Study of SDT in an Ammonium Nitrate (NH$_{4}$ NO$_{3})$ Based Granular Explosive Malcolm Burns, Peter Taylor 9:15AM U6 5 Shock Reactivity Study on Standard and Reduced Sensitivity RDX of Different Particle Size Distributions Nicholas McGregor, Allen Lindfors 9:30AM U6 6 Initiation of Explosives From the Bow Shock of a Supersonic Penetrator Eric N. Ferm 9:45AM U6 7 Coherency for the Critical Condition of DDT and SDT in Energetic Materials Huan Shi, Tan Xiangqian 10:00AM – 10:30AM Refreshment Service Ballroom Courtyard 10:30AM – 12:30PM Session V2 Continuum and Multiscale Modeling III Amphitheater Chair: David Benson, University of California, San Diego 10:30AM V2 1 Void Growth and Coalescence Nanocrystalline Metals: Molecular Dynamics Modeling, Continuum Modeling, and Experiments David Benson, Sirirat Traiviratana, Marc Meyers, Parag Dixit, Alice Koniges, Dan Kalantar 10:45AM V2 2 Numerical simulation of interaction of hypervelocity particle stream with a target Ilya Lomov, Benjamin Liu, Vlad Georgevich, Tarabay Antoun 11:00AM V2 3 An extended finite element formulation for modeling the response of polycrystalline materials to shock loading Joshua Robbins, Thomas Voth 11:15AM V2 4 Simulation of Comet Impact and Survivability of Organic Compounds Benjamin Liu, Ilya Lomov, Jennifer Blank, Tarabay Antoun 50
  52. 52. Friday, June 29, 2007 Continued... LOCATION 11:30AM V2 5 Implementation of the TEPLA Damage Model in a 3D Eulerian Hydrocode Kathleen S. Holian, Sean P. Clancy, Paul J. Maudlin 11:45AM V2 6 Numerical Simulation of high velocity impact phenomenon by the Distinct Element Method (DEM) Yoko Tsukahara, Akiko Matsuo, Katsumi Tanaka 12:00PM V2 7 Numerical Studies on the Explosive Welding by Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics (SPH) Katsumi Tanaka 12:15PM V2 8 Structural-Scaling Transitions in Microshear Ensembles and Self-Similarity of Wave Fronts and Failure in Shocked Materials Oleg Naimark 10:30AM – 12:30PM Session V4 Inelastic Deformation VI Plaza II Chair: Sunil Dwivedi, Washington State University 10:30AM V4 1 Statistics of Spall and Hugoniot Elastic Limit from Line VISAR Michael Furnish, Tracy Vogler, C. Scott Alexander, William Reinhart, Wayne Trott, Lalit Chhabildas 10:45AM V4 2 Hydrocode modeling and an experimental study of explosively driven water jets Philip Rae, Peter Dickson, Alan Novak, Gary Parker 11:00AM V4 3 Study of the projectile impact on aluminum targets divided by water Tei Saburi, Shiro Kubota, Yuji Ogata, Yuji Wada, Toshikazu Nakanishi 11:15AM V4 4 Damaging of materials by bi-dimensional dynamic effects M. Boustie, J.P. Cuqlelandais, L. Berthe, S. Barradas, C. Bolis, M. Arrigoni, T. De Resseguier, M. Jeandin 11:30AM V4 5 Examination of the spallation behavior of cerium metal Frank Cherne, Paulo Rigg, William Anderson, Jason Cooley 11:45AM V4 6 Ductile spall in copper of different structure B. Herrmann, E. Zaretsky, G.I. Kanel, S.V. Razorenov 12:00PM V4 7 Crack-resistance and spall strength of cerium under dynamic loading. Victor Pushkov, Vladimir Ogorodnikov, Sergey Erunov 12:15PM V4 8 Instability of an Interface Between Steel layers Acted Upon by an Oblique Shock Wave Oleg Drennov 51
  53. 53. Friday, June 29, 2007 Continued... LOCATION 10:30AM – 12:30PM Session V6 Explosives Thermal/Mechanical Response Chair: Laura Smilowitz, Sandia National Laboratories Promenade I/II 10:30AM V6 1 Violent Reactions from Non-Shock Stimuli Invited Speaker: Harold Sandusky 11:00AM V6 2 Modeling Shear Deformation in the Setback Simulator Martin Chernoff, Harold Sandusky, James Cazamias 11:15AM V6 3 Thermal properties of a UK PBX and binder system Stewart Palmer, David Williamson, William Proud 11:30AM V6 4 Critical Temperature Formula for a Body of Arbitrary Size and Shape Larry Hill 11:45AM V6 5 Burn Propagation in a PBX 9501 Thermal Explosion Bryan Henson, Laura Smilowitz, Jerry Romero, Blaine Asay, Mary Sandstrom 12:00PM V6 6 Non-random Crack Opening in Partially-Confined, Thermally-Damaged PBX 9501 and Observations on its Effects on Combustion Gary Parker, Blaine Asay, Peter Dickson, Philip Rae, Axinte Ionita 52

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