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Results and Prospects of Material Strength Studies on Electrophysical Facilities Based on Perturbation Growth in Liner Systems

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4 Author(s)
Buyko, A.M. ; Russian Fed. Nucl. Center, All-Russian Res. Inst. of Exp. Phys., Sarov ; Zmushko, V.V. ; Atchison, W.L. ; Reinovsky, R.E.

Data are presented describing refined simulations of perturbation growth in a three-layer cylindrical liner system tested with disk explosive magnetic flux compression generators (DEMGs) to study the strength properties of copper and polyethylene at shocklessly applied pressures of up to ~15 GPa. The calculated performance for the same liner system in the experiments to study the strength properties of copper at shockless loading of up to ~40-GPa pressures is presented. The feasibility of similar strength experiments with quasi-isentropic material compression to ~2000 GPa using DEMGs is demonstrated.

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Plasma Science, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:36 ,  Issue: 1 )