Jack has over 50 years’ experience developing models to describe non-linear material behavior in computer simulation codes and applying those models to describe experimental results and design new experiments. He has been at LLNL for the past 37 years, after 10 years with Science Applications International Corporation and 8 years at Physics International Corporation.
During the last 25 years he has concentrated on the behavior of energetic materials including explosives and propellants.
MS Physics, University of Illinois Urbana Champaign, 1965
BS Physics, University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign, 1964
John E Reaugh, Bradley W. White, John P. Curtiss, and H. Keo Springer, A Computer Model to Study the Response of Energetic Materials to a Range of Dynamic Loads, Propellants Explos. Pyrotech. 2018, 43, 703-720
JW Tringe, DM Stobbe, GR Parker, L Smilowitz, BF Hanson, MR De Haven, AJ Ruch, BW White, JE Reaugh, KS Vandersall, Observation of asymmetric explosive density evolution in the deflagration-to-detonation transition for porous explosives, JAP 129 3 035901, 2021
RA Austin, NR Barton, JE Reaugh, LE Fried, Direct numerical simulation of shear localization and decomposition reactions in shock-loaded HMX crystal, JAP, 117, 18, 185902, 2015
NR Barton, NW Winter and JE Reaugh, Defect evolution and pore collapse in crystalline energetic materials, Modelling and simulation in Materials Science and Engineering, 17 (3) 2009.