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TVT, 2014, Volume 52, Issue 6, Pages 843–851 (Mi tvt173)  

This article is cited in 15 scientific papers (total in 15 papers)

Thermophysical Properties of Materials

Model of the behavior of aluminum and aluminum-based mixtures under shock-wave loading

S. A. Kinelovskiiab, K. K. Maevskiya

a M. A. Lavrent'ev Institute of Hydrodynamics, Novosibirsk
b Novosibirsk State University

Abstract: A thermodynamically equilibrium model is applied to describe the behavior of solid and porous materials. This model ensures good compliance with the experiment in a wide range of pressures. The gas in pores, which is a component of the medium, is taken into account in this model. The equation of state of the Mie-Grüneisen type with allowance for the dependence of the Grüneisen coefficient on temperature is used for condensed phases. The applied model allows the behavior of the aluminum with a porosity from $1$ to $8$ to be calculated under shock-wave loading at pressures above $5$ GPa in the one-velocity and one-temperature approximations, as well as on the assumption of equal pressures for all the phases. Computational results are compared with the well-known experimental results obtained by different authors (shock adiabats, double compression by shock waves, and temperature estimation).
The model permits the shock-wave loading of solid and porous mixtures with aluminum in their composition to be described reliably solely by using species parameters.


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High Temperature, 2014, 52:6, 821–829

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UDC: 539.63
Received: 30.05.2013

Citation: S. A. Kinelovskii, K. K. Maevskiy, “Model of the behavior of aluminum and aluminum-based mixtures under shock-wave loading”, TVT, 52:6 (2014), 843–851; High Temperature, 52:6 (2014), 821–829

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