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Shock-Wave Compression of Porous Metals

  • R. F. Trunin
  • K. K. Krupnikov
  • G. V. Simakov
  • A. I. Funtikov
Part of the High-Pressure Shock Compression of Condensed Matter book series (SHOCKWAVE)

Abstract

Zel’dovich was the first to note the importance of investigating shock compressibility of materials with decreased initial density [1]. It is known that data on shock compressibility of dense matter, i.e., matter initially at its normal crystalline density, can be used for construction of semi-empirical equations of state. These data can be used to determine thermodynamic properties in the region of the pressure–density plane between the Hugoniot and the cold compression curve (the isotherm corresponding to the temperature T= 0 K). However, it is also of interest to study states for which the temperature at a given pressure significantly exceeds (by an order of magnitude more) the temperature of states on the Hugoniot of the crystalline-density material (called the “dense Hugoniot”). In the following, we present results of investigations of shock compressibility of porous samples of iron, copper, nickel, and tungsten carried out in VNIIEF under laboratory conditions and under the conditions provided by underground nuclear explosions. The data obtained yield thermodynamic parameters of condensed matter corresponding to the most extreme states attainable using existing experimental techniques.

Keywords

Shock Compression Porous Metal Porous Matter Porous Sample Packing Pressure 
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  • R. F. Trunin
  • K. K. Krupnikov
  • G. V. Simakov
  • A. I. Funtikov

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