TITLE

Shadow Imaging Study of Z-Pinch Dynamic Hohlraum

AUTHOR(S)
Chen Faxin; Feng Jinghua; Yang Jianlun; Li Linbo; Zhou Lin
PUB. DATE
November 2012
SOURCE
World Academy of Science, Engineering & Technology;2012, Issue 71, p169
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
In order to obtaining the dynamic evolution image of Tungsten array for foam padding, and to research the form of interaction between Tungsten plasma and foam column, a shadow imaging system of four-frame ultraviolet probe laser (266nm) has been designed on 1MA pulse power device. The time resolution of the system is 2.5ns, and static space resolution is superior to 70μm. The radial shadowgraphy image reveals the whole process from the melting and expansion of solid wire to the interaction of the precursor plasma and the foam, from the pinch to rebound inflation. The image shows the continuous interaction of Tungsten plasma and foam in a form of "Raining" within a time of about 50ns, the plasma shell structure has not been found in the whole period of pinch. The quantitative analysis indicates the minimum pinching speed of the foam column is 1.0×106cm/s, and maximum pinching speed is 6.0×106cm/s, and the axial stagnation diameter is approx 1mm.
ACCESSION #
88947084

 

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