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Roles of the Interphase Stiffness and Percolation on the Behavior of Solid Propellants

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Atomic force microscopy has provided access to local moduli for propellants prepared with bonding agents, which create a stiffness gradient in the matrix producing a stiffer interphase surrounding the fillers. The reinforcing impact of the bonding agent appears up to some distance and interphase percolation is observed. In order to better understand the impact of bonding agents on the stress and strain at break of propellants, finite element simulations are performed. Two-dimensional periodic cells containing randomly dispersed particles are considered, including both a cohesive zone model at the filler/matrix interface to account for possible debonding and an interphase that percolates or not. The influence of the interphase stiffness and of its percolation, on the stress and strain at break of the model propellants are evaluated through the use of a microstructure-based failure criterion.
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hal-02270730 , version 1 (26-08-2019)

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Paul-Ayme Toulemonde, Julie Diani, Pierre Gilormini, Geneviève Lacroix, Nancy Desgardin. Roles of the Interphase Stiffness and Percolation on the Behavior of Solid Propellants. Propellants, Explosives, Pyrotechnics, 2016, 41 (6), pp.978-986. ⟨10.1002/prep.201600062⟩. ⟨hal-02270730⟩
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