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Simulation of preheating effects in shock wave experiments

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  16 October 2009

J. J. Honrubia
Affiliation:
Instituto de Fusión Nuclear, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain
R. Dezulian
Affiliation:
Universitá degli Studi di Milano and INFM, Italy
D. Batani
Affiliation:
Universitá degli Studi di Milano and INFM, Italy
S. Bossi
Affiliation:
Universitá degli Studi di Milano and INFM, Italy
M. Koenig
Affiliation:
LULI, CNRS, Ecole Polytechnique, France
A. Benuzzi
Affiliation:
LULI, CNRS, Ecole Polytechnique, France
N. Grandjouan
Affiliation:
LPMI, CNRS, Ecole Polytechnique, France

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We have analyzed the shock wave propagation experiments performed at LULI and presented at ECLIM'94. The targets were aluminium foils with thickness from 5 to 25 μm. Simulations were performed with the SARA-1D multigroup radiation code. We have shown a small level of preheating caused by the absorption of X-rays with energies close to the K-edge of aluminum. Several sets of opacities were used in order to study this effect, including experimental values for cold aluminum. Simulations show a small level of visible emission induced by X-ray preheating before the arrival of the shock.

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