Additive Manufacturing of Energetics
Additive manufacturing of energetics has recently been an area of significant interest for the energetic materials community. This session seeks papers describing all facets of AM of energetic materials including formulation, rheology, printing parameters, modeling and combustion or detonation performance. This may include robocasting, ink-jet, FDM, or other AM techniques and processes.
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