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TVT, 2017, Volume 55, Issue 4, Pages 523–527 (Mi tvt9215)  

This article is cited in 2 scientific papers (total in 2 papers)

Thermophysical Properties of Materials

Semiempirical description of thermophysical properties of lithium deuteride at high pressures and temperatures

A. M. Molodets, D. V. Shakhrai, A. A. Golyshev

Institute of Problems of Chemical Physics, Russian Academy of Sciences, Chernogolovka, Moscow region

Abstract: The semiempirical expression of the free energy of lithium deuteride in the form of an analytical function of volume and temperature for the pressure range of $0$$100$ GPa and at $200$$2000$ K was developed. The thermodynamic description was based on experimental data of thermophysical properties at normal conditions and shock adiabat of lithium deuteride Hugoniot. The predictive calculations of a set of thermophysical properties of lithium deuteride at high pressures (including shock conditions) and temperatures were performed. A comparison of isotherms, isobars, heat capacity, and thermal conductivity with literature experimental data was presented. The results made it possible to consider, compare, and coordinate the data on the shock and isothermal compression of lithium deuteride at high pressures and temperatures from a unified point of view.

Funding Agency Grant Number
State Atomic Energy Corporation ROSATOM .4.44. 90.13.1112


DOI: https://doi.org/10.7868/S0040364417040135

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High Temperature, 2017, 55:4, 510–514

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UDC: 532.593+536.715:546.3
Received: 11.06.2015
Accepted:13.10.2015

Citation: A. M. Molodets, D. V. Shakhrai, A. A. Golyshev, “Semiempirical description of thermophysical properties of lithium deuteride at high pressures and temperatures”, TVT, 55:4 (2017), 523–527; High Temperature, 55:4 (2017), 510–514

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    1. K. K. Maevskii, “Numerical simulation of thermodynamic parameters of lithium deuteride and its mixtures under shock wave loading”, Advanced Materials With Hierarchical Structure For New Technologies and Reliable Structures, AIP Conf. Proc., 2051, eds. V. Panin, S. Psakhie, V. Fomin, Amer. Inst. Phys., 2018, UNSP 020181  crossref  isi  scopus
    2. K. K. Maevskii, “Thermodynamic parameters of lithium deuteride in pressure range 5-1000 gigapascals”, Math. Montisnigri, 41 (2018), 123–130  isi
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