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Hugoniot measurements on copper to 0.8 TPa by laser-driven shock waves

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  09 March 2009

Gu Yuan
Affiliation:
Shanghai Laser Laboratory, China Academy of Engineering Physics, Shanghai, China
Wang Yonggang
Affiliation:
Shanghai Laser Laboratory, China Academy of Engineering Physics, Shanghai, China
Fu Sizu
Affiliation:
Shanghai Laser Laboratory, China Academy of Engineering Physics, Shanghai, China
Wu Jiang
Affiliation:
Shanghai Laser Laboratory, China Academy of Engineering Physics, Shanghai, China
Yu Songyu
Affiliation:
Shanghai Laser Laboratory, China Academy of Engineering Physics, Shanghai, China
Wan Binggen
Affiliation:
Shanghai Laser Laboratory, China Academy of Engineering Physics, Shanghai, China
Zhou Guanlin
Affiliation:
Shanghai Laser Laboratory, China Academy of Engineering Physics, Shanghai, China
Wang Xin
Affiliation:
Shanghai Laser Laboratory, China Academy of Engineering Physics, Shanghai, China
Han Guojiang
Affiliation:
Shanghai Laser Laboratory, China Academy of Engineering Physics, Shanghai, China
Zeng Yixin
Affiliation:
Shanghai Laser Laboratory, China Academy of Engineering Physics, Shanghai, China
Ma Minxun
Affiliation:
College of Engineering, Shanghai University, Shanghai, China

Abstract

An experiment on Al-Cu impedance-match targets, carried out at the Shenguang highpower laser facility, is described. The shock adiabat of Cu in the pressure region 0.4- 0.8 TPa, measured experimentally, is close to the extrapolated results of the data at lower pressure obtained with a high-explosive loading facility and also is in agreement with the data at high pressure measured in the underground nuclear test environment.

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Copyright © Cambridge University Press 1993

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