High-Pressure Shock Compression of Solids VII: Shock Waves and Extreme States of Matter by Vladimir E. FortovHigh-Pressure Shock Compression of Solids VII: Shock Waves and Extreme States of Matter by Vladimir E. Fortov

High-Pressure Shock Compression of Solids VII: Shock Waves and Extreme States of Matter

byVladimir E. Fortov, L.V. Altshuler, R.F. Trunin

Hardcover | April 8, 2004

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Presenting some of the most recent results of Russian research into shock compression, as well as historical overviews of the Russian research programs into shock compression, this volume will provide Western researchers with many novel ideas and points of view. The chapters in this volume are written by leading Russian specialists various fields of high-pressure physics and form accounts of the main researches on the behavior of matter under shock-wave interaction. The experimental portions contain results of studies of shock compression of metals to high and ultra-high pressure, shock initiation of polymorphic transformations, strength, fracture and fragmentation under shock compression, and detonation of condensed explosives. There are also chapters on theoretical investigations of shock-wave compression and plasma states in regimes of high-pressure and high- temperature. The topics of the book are of interest to scientists and engineers concerned with questions of material behavior under impulsive loading and to the equation of state of matter. Application is to questions of high-speed impact, inner composition of planets, verification of model representations of material behavior under extreme 1oading conditions, syntheses of new materials, development of new technologies for material processing, etc. Russian research differs from much of the Western work in that it has traditionally been wider-ranging and more directed to extremes of response than to precise characterization of specific materials and effects. Western scientists could expect to benefit from the perspective gained from close knowledge of the Russian work.
Title:High-Pressure Shock Compression of Solids VII: Shock Waves and Extreme States of MatterFormat:HardcoverDimensions:552 pagesPublished:April 8, 2004Publisher:Springer New YorkLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0387205756

ISBN - 13:9780387205755

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Table of Contents

Development of dynamic methods to investigate high pressures in Russia, L.V. Altshuler.- Detonation of condensed high explosives, L.V. Altshuler, V.S. Zhuchenko, A.D. Levin.- Shock adiabats of metals, R.F. Trunin.- Wide-range shock adiabats, N.N. Kalitkin, L.V. Kuzmina.- Shock-wave compression of porous metals, A.I. Funtikov, K.K. Krupnikov, G.V. Simakov, R.F. Trunin.- Shock waves and polymorphic transformations in solid matter, A.I. Funtikov, M.N. Pavlovsky.- Phase diagram of iron, A.I. Funtikov.- Some questions of phase transition in shock waves, N.M. Kuznetsov.- Kinetics of shock-wave induced phase transitions of quartz, N.M. Kuznetsov.- Shear strength and viscosity of metals in shock waves, P.V. Makarov.- Temperature measurement of shock compressed media and equation of state of condensed matter, V.D. Urlin.- Isentropic compressibility and equation of state for hydrogen up to 1 TPa, V.P. Kopyshev, V.D. Urlin.- Modified Van der Waals equation of state for dense states, A.B. Medvedev.- Thermodynamic properties of shock-compressed plasma in chemical models, V.K. Gryaznov, I.L. Iosilevskii, V.E. Fortov.- Dynamic failure of explosively-loaded