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Estimation of Temperatures in Shock-compressed Transparent Material

  • M.A. Mochalov
Part of the Shock Wave and High Pressure Phenomena book series (SHOCKWAVE)

Abstract

In thermodynamics, temperature T is a value characterizing the direction of heat exchange among bodies. In equilibrium, temperature is the same for all bodies comprising the system. A change in temperature of a body entails a change in almost all of its physical properties: length, volume, density, elastic properties, electrical conductivity, etc. The temperature measurement can be based on a change in any of the properties of the body, providing the temperature function of the property is known.

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Shock Wave Shock Front Radiance Temperature Shock Compression Blackbody Radiation 
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