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Nuclear Weapons Journal (Nwj); Issue 2; 2005: Issue 2 ; 2005

By Burgess, Margaret

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Title: Nuclear Weapons Journal (Nwj); Issue 2; 2005: Issue 2 ; 2005  
Author: Burgess, Margaret
Volume: Issue 2; 2005
Language: English
Subject: Military, Nuclear Weapons, Education
Collections: Periodicals: Journal and Magazine Collection (Contemporary), Nuclear Weapons Journal (NWJ) Collection
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Publisher: Principal Associate Directorate for Weapons Programs (Padwp), Los Alamos National Laboratory


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Burgessitor, M. (Ed.). (2005). Nuclear Weapons Journal (Nwj); Issue 2; 2005. Retrieved from

Description: The Nuclear Weapons Journal highlights the Laboratory’s ongoing work in the nuclear weapons program. The unclassified publication is funded and published by PADWP.

Summary: New Look at Trinitite ; Neutron Tube Target Loading : Nanoporous Metallic Foams ; High Explosives Testing at TA-16-340 : T-Base Lathe Retrofit ; Atlas Update ; Characterizing Beryllium : DARHT Hydrotests Completed ; Cellular Material Systems

Table of Contents
Table of Contents: Point of View 1 -- A New Look at Trinitite 2 -- Neutron Tube Target Loading 8 -- Producing Nanoporous Metallic Foams 11 -- Joint Characterization, Analysis, and High Explosives Testing Conducted at the TA-16-340 Complex 16 -- Successful Hydrotests Completed at DARHT 20 -- Modeling Coupled Fluid-Solid Response in Low-Density Cellular Material Systems 22 -- Moore T-Base Lathe Retrofit for Beryllium Machining 25 -- Atlas Generates Success at the Nevada Test Site 28 -- Characterizing Beryllium as a Capsule Material for Inertial Fusion 32 -- Development of a Laser Workhorse Detonator 38 -- ATOMICS: Working Safely at NMT 4 --


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