Energy Estimates for Phase Transitions in a Ball Subjected to a Spherically Converging Compression Wave

Morozov, N. F.; Brigadnov, I. A.; Indeıtsev, D. A.; Petrov, Yu. V.; Freıdin, A. B.
April 2001
Doklady Physics;Apr2001, Vol. 46 Issue 4, p291
Academic Journal
Proposes a model for describing the deformation processes initiated by phase transitions in a ball subjected to a spherically converging intense compression wave. Effect of the formation of a cavity at the ball's center; Estimation of the sizes for the sublimation core and liquid layer; Processes in the solid crust after phase transitions.


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