Effect of a gas on the ejection of particles from the free surface of a sample subjected to a shock wave with various intensities

Ogorodnikov, V.; Mikhailov, A.; Sasik, V.; Erunov, S.; Syrunin, M.; Fedorov, A.; Nevmerzhitskii, N.; Kulakov, E.; Kleshchevnikov, O.; Antipov, M.; Yurtov, I.; Rudnev, A.; Chapaev, A.; Pupkov, A.; Sen'kovskii, E.; Sotskov, E.; Glushikhin, V.; Kalashnik, I.; Finyushin, S.; Chudakov, E.
August 2016
Journal of Experimental & Theoretical Physics;Aug2016, Vol. 123 Issue 2, p357
Academic Journal
In view of the possible effect of contamination of a plasma by metal particles on the operation of a number of facilities or on the detection of the motion of liners by Doppler methods, a particular attention has been recently focused on the problem of the ejection of particles from the shock-loaded free surface of a sample or on the 'dusting' problem. Most information concerns the dusting source associated with the roughness of the surface, manufacturing technology, and the defectiveness and aging of a material. Factors affecting this process such as the profile and amplitude of the pressure on the front of the shock wave arriving at the free surface of the sample, the presence of the gas in front of the free surface, and the pressure in this gas are less studied.


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