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Warm-dense-matter studies using pulse-powered wire discharges in water

  • TORU SASAKI (a1), YUURI YANO (a1), MITSUO NAKAJIMA (a1), TOHRU KAWAMURA (a1) and KAZUHIKO HORIOKA (a1)...

Abstract

Dense plasmas are produced using exploding wire discharges in water. Evolutions of radius, electrical conductivity, temperature of plasma and a shock wave in water accompanied with the explosion, are measured. Conductivities of aluminum, copper, and tungsten are compared with theoretical ones. To evaluate the equation of state, trajectories of the shock wave and the plasma boundary are compared with numerical calculations. Results show that the hydrodynamic behaviors are sensitive to the models of equation of state. Controllability of warm dense state in density-temperature diagram is discussed from the voltage-current characteristics of the wire discharges.

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Address correspondence and reprint requests to: Toru Sasaki, Department of Energy Sciences, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Nagatsuta 4259, Midori-ku, Yokohama, 226-8502, Japan. E-mail: sasaki@es.titech.ac.jp

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Warm-dense-matter studies using pulse-powered wire discharges in water

  • TORU SASAKI (a1), YUURI YANO (a1), MITSUO NAKAJIMA (a1), TOHRU KAWAMURA (a1) and KAZUHIKO HORIOKA (a1)...

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