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Laser Doppler Measuring Systems and Their Use in Shock-Wave Studies

  • A.V. Fedorov
  • A.L. Mikhailov
  • D.V. Nazarov
Part of the Shock Wave and High Pressure Phenomena book series (SHOCKWAVE)

Abstract

As discussed earlier, many of the experimental techniques used in the study of shock wave phenomena involve a recording of free surface velocity, or the velocity on an interface, as a function of time or spatial coordinate. The streakcamera, electro-contact methods, methods employing manganin gages, and methods involving the shorting of current-carrying wires, all, in one way or another involve either a barrier in the path of the sample under study, or an indicator pre-inserted into the sample that leads to a perturbation of the process under study. Capabilities of the non-perturbing capacitive sensor techniques are rather limited, with relatively short gage lengths, and with accuracy assured only for relatively low measured velocities (the measurement of which involves an approximate averaging of the measured displacement over the probe area).

Keywords

Shock Wave Detonation Wave Streak Camera High Speed Photography Free Surface Velocity 
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  • A.V. Fedorov
  • A.L. Mikhailov
  • D.V. Nazarov

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