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Application of Shock Compression Science to Earth and Planetary Physics
ShockWave Properties of Brittle Solids
From Nuclear Testing to the Superlasers
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1996 American Institute adiabats alloy alumina aluminum Appl atoms behavior bulk modulus calculated ceramic coefficient composite Condensed Matter constant copper crack crystal curve damage deformation density determined detonation diameter dynamic effect elastic energetic materials energy equation experimental data experiments explosive FIGURE flyer fracture function gauge heat High Pressure Hugoniot Hugoniot data hydrodynamic impact increase initial Institute of Physics interface isentrope kbar kinetic km/s laser liquid loading manganin Mbar measured mechanism metals method modulus National Laboratory numerical obtained parameters particle velocity phase transition Phys plastic plate PMMA porosity porous potential predicted propagation properties pulse region sample shear shear modulus shear stress shock compression shock front shock Hugoniot shock wave shown in Fig shows simulation solid spall strength spallation specimen steel stishovite stress-strain structure tantalum target TATB temperature tensile tensile stress thermal thickness values variable VISAR void volume