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Combustion, Explosion and Shock Waves

2018 year, number 5

1.
New Capabilities of Proton Radiography for Recording Fast Gas-Dynamic Processes

V. A. Arinin, S. A. Kartanov, Yu. P. Kuropatkin, A. I. Lebedev, A. L. Mikhailov, K. L. Mikhailukov, V. A. Ogorodnikov, O. V. Oreshkov, K. N. Panov, M. A. Syrunin, M. V. Tatsenko, B. I. Tkachenko, I. A. Tkachenko, I. V. Khramov, A. P. Tsoi
Russian Federal Nuclear Center - All-Russian Scientific Research Institute of Experimental Physics, Sarov, 607190 Russia
Keywords: протонная радиография, детонация, ударная волна, откольное разрушение, сжимаемость, магнитография, proton radiography, detonation, shock wave, spall fracture, compressibility, magnetography

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For about 15 years, researchers of the Russian Federal Nuclear Center - All-Russian Research Institute of Experimental Physics (RFNC-VNIIEF) have performed studies of fast gas-dynamic processes using a proton radiographic system developed jointly with the Institute of High Energy Physics on the basis of an U-70 accelerator. The main advantages of flash proton radiography over widespread flash X-ray radiography are spatial resolution, multi-frame mode, transmission capability, dynamic range of recording, etc. In recent years, effort has continued to extend the capabilities of the proton radiographic system by increasing the total time and expanding the recording field and equipping it with additional diagnostic techniques and new explosion-proof chambers. In this paper, we present the results of studies that illustrate these capcbilities.
																								



2.
Results of Experiments on Quasi-Isentropic Compression of Deuterium and Helium to Extreme Pressures of »3000 GPa

M. V. Zhernokletov1,2, V. A. Raevskii1, S. F. Manachkin1, N. B. Davydov1, K. N. Panov1, A. V. Ryzhkov1, V. A. Arinin1, B. I. Tkachenko1, A. I. Logvinov1,2, V. A. Komrakov1, A. I. Davydov1, N. N. Anashkin1
1Institute of Physics of Explosion, Russian Federal Nuclear Center - All-Russian Research Institute of Experimental Physics, Sarov, 607188 Russia
2Sarov Physical-Technical Institute-Branch of National Nuclear Research Institute of the University, Sarov, 607186 Russia
Keywords: дейтерий, гелий, квазиизоэнтропическое сжатие, уравнение состояния, deuterium, helium, quasi-isentropic compression, equation of state

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Experiments were performed to study the spherical compression of deuterium and helium to pressures of ≈3000 GPa in a quasi-isentropic regime. The process was recorded by a multi-frame radiographic system which produces up to nine X-ray images of a cavity with gas at various times in one experiment. X-ray images show that explosive devices provide a cavity shape close to spherically symmetric with gas up to the maximum compression of the gas. The experimental data are in good agreement with the results of calculations performed using the RFNC-VNIIEF equations of state of the gases studied. The results of these calculations are used to determine the parameters of the region of compressed gas states reached in the experiments: for deuterium, density 5.5 g/cm3 and pressure 3.6TPa; for helium, density 4.7 g/cm3 and, pressure 2.4 TPa.
																								



3.
Experimental Study of Compressibility of a VNM-3-2 Alloy under Megabar Pressures

G. V. Boriskov, A. I. Bykov, N. I. Egorov, M. I. Dolotenko, V. N. Pavlov, I. S. Strelkov, V. I. Timareva, S. I. Belov
Russian Federal Atomic Center, All-Russian Research Institute of Experimental Physics, Sarov, 607188 Russia
Keywords: изоэнтропическое сжатие, магнитокумулятивный генератор, мегабарное давление, уравнения состояния, кривая холодного сжатия, сплавы на основе вольфрама, isentropic compression, magnetocumulative generator, megabar pressure, state equation, cold compression curve, tungsten-based alloys

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This paper describes an experimental study of isentropic compression of a VNM-3-2 heavy tungsten alloy by a pressure of a superstrong pulsed magnetic field, induced by a magnetocumulative MK-1 generator. Experimental points obtained on a p- ρ-diagram of the alloy are compared with its cold compression curve, previously constructed on the basis of shock-wave experiments. The purpose of this study is to correct and clarify a state equation of the alloy under an ultrahigh pressure and low temperature. This equation is used to analyze data obtained in experiments on isentropic compression of various substances.
																								



4.
Microstructure of Bismuth after Shock-Wave Loading with Preliminary Heating and Detection of Melting at Pressures of 1.6-2.4 GPa

A. N. Balandina1, V. A. Burnashov1, A. V. Voronin1,2, S. Yu. Kalinkin1,2, A. L. Mikhailov1,2, A. M. Podurets1,2, V. G. Simakov1,2, I. A. Tereshkina1,2, M. I. Tkachenko1,2, I. R. Trunin1,2, E. E. Shestakov1,2
1Institute of Physics of Explosion, Russian Federal Nuclear Center - All-Russian Research Institute of Experimental Physics, Sarov, 607188 Russia
2Sarov Physical-Technical Institute - Branch of the National Research of the University, Sarov, 607186 Russia
Keywords: висмут, ударная волна, плавление, bismuth, shock wave, melting

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The structure of bismuth samples after shock-wave loading at pressures of 0.7-2.4 and 22-32 GPa was studied. Before loading, samples were at room temperature or heated to 230-240 oC. Loading by a pressure of 1.5-2 GPa at an initial temperature of 233-240 oC led to a structural change in bismuth, indicating melting of the sample in a shock wave. The time of shock-wave action was ≈0.7 μs.
																								



5.
Shock Wave Properties of Inert and Chemically Active Porous Media

A. N. Zubareva1,2, A. V. Utkin1, V. V. Lavrov1,3
1Institute of Problems of Chemical Physics, Russian Academy of Sciences, Chernogolovka, 142432 Russia
2Alikhanov Institute for Theoretical and Experimental Physics, Moscow, 117218 Russia
3Mechanical Engineering Research Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, 101990 Russia
Keywords: ударная адиабата, силиконовый каучук, матрица эмульсионного взрывчатого вещества, микросферы, аномальная сжимаемость, shock adiabat, silicon rubber, emulsion explosive matrix, microspheres, anomalous compressibility

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Shock wave properties of porous specimens made on the basis of matrices composed of inert and chemically active media (silicon rubber and emulsion, which is an aqueous solution of ammonium nitrate with mineral oil and emulsifier) are studied. The porosity of the specimens is generated by using a filler composed of glass microspheres. The wave velocity profiles are measured by a VISAR laser Doppler interferometer. It is shown that the shock compressibility of porous silicon rubber at pressures below 0.1 GPa displays an anomalous behavior, resulting in smearing of the compression pulse front propagating over the specimen. In the emulsion matrices without microspheres, there are no noticeable chemical transformations up to the pressure of 15 GPa. Addition of microspheres drastically decreases the threshold of chemical reaction initiation and leads to the formation of a steady detonation wave.
																								



6.
Shock Compressibility of Mixtures of Microand Nano-Sized Nickel and Aluminum Powders

V. V. Yakushev1, S. Yu. Anan'ev2, A. V. Utkin1, A. N. Zhukov1, A. Yu. Dolgoborodov2,3
1Institute for Problems of Chemical Physics, Russian Academy of Sciences, Chernogolovka, 142432 Russia
2United Institute for High Temperatures, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, 125412
3Semenov Institute of Chemical Physics, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, 119991 Russia
Keywords: реакционные (энергетические) материалы, наноматериалы, высокое давление, ударно-волновое инициирование реакций, ударная адиабата, уравнение состояния, детонация, reactive (energetic) materials, nanomaterials, high pressure, shock wave initiation of reactions, shock adiabat, equation of state, detonation

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Shock compressibility of porous specimens made of mixtures of micro- and nano-sized nickel and aluminum powders is experimentally studied in the pressure range up to 60 GPa. shock wave profiles in the specimens are recorded, and shock adiabats are determined. The equation of state of the specimens is derived within the framework of the Zel'dovich model. The shape of the shock wave profiles does not reveal any specific features that can be associated with a possible reaction between the species. The shock adiabats of the specimens of two types of powder mixtures coincide within the experimental error despite significantly different sizes of powder particles, which implies that either there are no noticeable chemical transformations or, vice versa, they are completed within the shock loading time. The predicted shock adiabat with the reaction between the species being ignored passes in an immediate vicinity of the experimental data, which testifies to the absence of the reaction.
																								



7.
Using Terahertz Spectrometry to Study the Thermal Decomposition of Energy Materials

I. A. Lukyanenko1, Yu. V. Sheikov1, V. L. Vaks2, E. G. Domracheva2, A. A. Yablokov2, S. A. Vakhmistrov1, A. L. Mikhailov1
1All-Russian Scientific Research Institute of Experimental Physics, Sarov, 607188 Russia
2Institute for Physics of Microstructures, Russian Academy of Sciences, Nizhny Novgorod, 603950 Russia
Keywords: энергетические материалы, термическое разложение, продукты разложения, кинетика разложения, терагерцевая спектрометрия, нитрат аммония, тэн, energy materials, thermal expansion, decomposition products, decomposition kinetics, terahertz spectrometry, ammonium nitrate, PETN

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This paper describes experimental results on using nonstationary spectrometry in a terahertz frequency range to determine the composition of gaseous products of decomposition of energy materials. Dependences of analytical signals on lines of the main products of ammonium nitrate and PETN decomposition on time are obtained.
																								



8.
Initiating Aluminized High Explosives by Laser Rn

Yu. V. Sheikov, S. M. Bat’yanov, O. N. Kalashnikova, O. M. Lukovkin, D. V. Mil’chenko, S. A. Vakhmistrov, A. L. Mikhailov
All-Russian Scientific Research Institute of Experimental Physics, Sarov, 607190 Russia
Keywords: взрывчатое вещество, лазерное инициирование, волна сжатия, детонация, тэн, бензотрифуроксан, гексоген, алюминий, explosive, laser initiation, compression wave, detonation, PETN, benzotrifuroxane, RDX, aluminum

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A number of physical and chemical processes occurring under the action of a laser pulse in nanosized aluminum and aluminized explosives on the basis of fine-grained PETN and benzotrifuroxane along with estimates of the effect of aluminum of the dynamics of explosive transformation in these explosives conclude that it is possible to initiate aluminized explosives by laser radiation. The estimated and experimental results show that the main source of hot points capable of causing an explosive transformation in aluminized explosives under the action of a laser pulse can be a compression wave that forms as a result of rapid evaporation of asufficient number of aluminum particles. It is shown experimentally aluminized explosives based on fine-grained RDX and HMX can be initiated by a laser pulse whose source is no more powerful than that in the case of PETN and benzotrifuroxane.
																								



9.
Initiation of Explosive Transformation of High Explosives under Low-Velocity Mechanical Impacts and Weak Shock Waves due to Formation of Viscoplastic Flows

V. S. Nefedov
Institute of Experimental Physics, Russian Federal Nuclear Center, Sarov, 607190 Russia
Keywords: низкоскоростные механические воздействия, взрывчатое вещество, задержки вспышки ВВ, сдвиговые течения, вязкость, горение, взрыв, критерий инициирования, low-velocity mechanical impact, high explosive, HE burst delay, shear flows, viscosity, combustion, explosion, initiation criterion

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A key issue for explaining bursts and explosions of high explosives (HEs) under low-velocity mechanical impacts with registered time delays is the formation of local high-temperature regions. It is demonstrated by an example of HMX that the required temperatures should significantly exceed the HMX melting point and can be obtained only due to the work of viscosity forces in the liquid phase. In this case, however, it is necessary to ensure HE flow velocities greater than the primary impact velocities by several orders of magnitude. A mechanism of generation of such velocities is proposed: squeezing of the HE, which is heated on shear strains and plasticized, from the shear layer under the action of the pressure difference along the layer. Conditions of fast decomposition of the HE in the shear layer and conditions of an explosion of the surrounding HE are formulated.
																								



10.
Determining the Threshold of Detection of a Minimal Specific Weight of Particles in the Study of Shock-Wave Dusting of Surfaces of Materials

A. V. Fedorov, A. L. Mikhailov, S. A. Finyushin, D. A. Kalashnikov, E. A. Chudakov, E. I. Butusov, I. S. Gnutov
All-Russian Scientific Research Institute of Experimental Physics, Sarov, 607190 Russia
Keywords: ударно-волновое пыление, гетеродин-интерферометр, спектр скоростей частиц, удельная масса, shock-wave dusting, heterodyne interferometer, particle velocity spectrum, specific weight

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Particles are discharged from surfaces of materials under a shock-wave load. Experimental results on determining the minimal values of a specific weight of particles with which their velocity can be detected using a heterodyne interferometer (PDV method) are presented. An effect of multiple frequency shift of a Doppler signal in the case of laser radiation being reflected from surfaces of materials and a semitransparent layer of dust particles is described.
																								



11.
Some Features of Particle Ejection from the Surface of a Shocked Lead Sample

N. V. Nevmerzhitskii, V. A. Raevskii, E. A. Sotskov, E. D. Sen'kovskii, N. B. Davydov, E. V. Bodrov, S. V. Frolov, K. V. Anisiforov, A. B. Georgievskaya, E.V. Levkina, O. L. Krivonos, A. S. Kuchkareva, A. R. Gavrish, B. I. Tkachenko
Russian Federal Nuclear Center - All-Russian Research Institute of Experimental Physics, Sarov, 607190 Russia
Keywords: ударная волна, свободная поверхность, выброс частиц, спектр частиц, микроскопическая видеосъемка, shock wave, free surface, ejection of particles, spectrum of particles, microscopic video

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This paper presents the results of an experimental study of the particle ejection into a low (0.05 atm) vacuum with a narrow (0.2-0.8 mm) rough (Rz = 20-50 μm) surface of the lead sample under the action of a shock wave of intensity about 17 and 34 GPa. The flow was recorded with a video camera in a microscopic mode with a short laser illumination. Due to the small optical thickness of the dust flow, particle spectra approximately 80% of its height measured from the front of the flow were obtained. It was found that when the lead is in the solid state (17 GPa), s jets consisting of a lot of particles are ejected from the rough surface; when the lead is in the liquid state (34 GPa) a lot of thin (from 7 μm) microcumulative jets are ejected from the metal surface, which with time decay into particles.
																								



12.
Determining the Velocity and Specific Weight of a Particle Flow Discharged from Surfaces of Metals under a Shock-Wave Load

E. A. Chudakov, A. V. Fedorov, S. A. Finyushin, D. A. Kalashnikov, I. V. Shmelev
All-Russian Scientific Research Institute of Experimental Physics, Sarov, 607188 Russia
Keywords: ударная волна, удельная масса частиц, ударно-волновое пыление, скорость пылевого потока, индикаторная фольга, шероховатость поверхности, shock wave, specific weight of particles, shock-wave dusting, dust flow velocity, indicator foil, surface roughness

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A heterodyne interferometer is used (PDV method) to study a particle discharge from the free surface of lead samples of different roughness under a shock-wave load. In experiments, the velocity of the free surface of samples and the dust flow velocity are determined, and indicator foils and thin glasses are used to calculate the specific weight of the dust. Dependences of the specific weight of particles on their relative velocity are constructed. The effects of roughness and phase state of the substance after a shock-wave load on the possibilities to determine the velocity of the free surface and the specific weight of discharged particles using indicator foils. It is shown that, with given surface roughness, the specific weight of dust, discharged from the surface during lead melting under the action of a shock wave or load wave, is much larger than in a sample being in a solid state.
																								



13.
Piezoelectric Method for Measuring the Parameters of Shock-Induced Dust Flows

M. V. Antipov, I. V. Yurtov, A. A. Utenkov, A. V. Blinov, V. D. Sadunov, T. V. Trishchenko, V. A. Ogorodnikov, A. L. Mikhailov, V. V. Glushikhin, E. D. Vishnevetskii
Institute of Physics of Explosion, Russian Federal Nuclear Center - All-Russian Research Institute of Experimental Physics, Sarov, 607188 Russia
Keywords: ударная волна, пыление, пьезодатчик, плотность, кварц, пьезокерамика, shock wave, dusting, piezoelectric sensor, density, quartz, piezoceramics

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This paper described a piezoelectric method for measuring the density and mass of dust flows ejected from the free surface of a condensed material upon arrival of a shock wave at it and its implementation in the Russian Federal Nuclear Center - Institute of Experimental Physics (Sarov). Piezo sensors, methods of recording and signal processing are presented. Results of measurement of the density and mass of dust flows by piezoelectric, radiographic and protonographic methods, and method using indicator foils are compared.
																								



14.
Detection of Particle Ejection from Shock-Loaded Metals by Synchrotron Radiation Methods

K. A. Ten1, E. R. Pruuel1, A. O. Kashkarov1, I. A. Rubtsov1,2, M. V. Antipov3, A. B. Georgievskaya3, A. L. Mikhailov3, I. A. Spirin3, V. M. Aulchenko4, L. I. Shekhtman4, V. V. Zhulanov4, B. P. Tolochko5
1Lavrentyev Institute of Hydrodynamics, Siberian Branch, Russian Academy of Sciences, Novosibirsk, 630090 Russia
2Novosibirsk State University, Novosibirsk, 630090 Russia
3Institute of Experimental Physics, Russian Federal Nuclear Center, Sarov, 607188 Russia
4Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics, Siberian Branch, Russian Academy of Sciences, Novosibirsk, 630090 Russia
5Institute of Solid State Chemistry and Mechanochemistry, Siberian Branch, Russian Academy of Sciences, Novosibirsk, 630158 Russia
Keywords: ударная волна, свободная поверхность, пыление, синхротронное излучение, рентгеновский детектор, shock wave, free surface, dust, synchrotron radiation, X-ray detector

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The mass distribution along a flow of microparticles is measured by methods of synchrotron radiation from the VEPP-3 collider. The use of the soft spectrum of radiation allows microparticle flows to be measured with a record-beating (minimum) specific density (1 mg/cm3). Simultaneous recording of microparticle flows by piezo-electric sensors offers a possibility of comparisons and extension of results.
																								



15.
Measurement of Kinematic and Thermal Characteristics of Fast Gas-Dynamic Processes by Means of Microwave Probing

E. V. Botov1, V. N. Ikonnikov2, V. A. Kanakov2, N. S. Kornev3, K. V. Mineev3, A. V. Nazarov3, A. A. Sedov1, A. A. Shalygin1, E. S. Mitin1
1Institute of Experimental Physics, Russian Federal Nuclear Center, Sarov, 607188 Russia
2Lobachevskii State University of Nizhnii Novgorod, Nizhnii Novgorod, 603098 Russia
3Sedakov All-Russian Scientific Research Institute of Measuring Systems, Nizhnii Novgorod, 603137 Russia
Keywords: радиоинтерферометр, радиометр, КВЧ-диапазон, яркостная температура, активно-пассивный режим, коэффициент отражения, быстропротекающий газодинамический процесс, radio interferometer, radiometer, extremely high-frequency range, brightness temperature, active-passive mode, reflection coefficient, fast gas-dynamic process

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The paper describes a method of simultaneous measurements of kinematic parameters of a fast process by a microwave radio interferometer with a 3-mm range of wavelengths and the brightness temperature of the same process by the microwave radio interferometer operating in the radiometer mode. The methods of radiometer calibration and analysis of radiometric data are described. Results of experimental investigations are reported by an example of measuring the detonation velocity and estimating the brightness temperature of the detonation front in TNT.
																								



16.
Digital Streak Camera for Investigation of Fast Processes

V. P. Andrianov1, Yu. B. Bazarov2, A. V. Gubachev2, O. N. Dulin1, A. E. Elgaenkov2, V. G. Kamenev1, V. M. Kuzin1, M. S. Litvinova2, S. A. Lobastov2, V. N. Turkin1, A. S. Shubin1
1All-Russia Research Institute of Automation, Moscow, 127055 Russia
2Russian Federal Nuclear Center - All-Russian Research Institute of Experimental Physics, Sarov, 607190 Russia
Keywords: фотохронограф, КМОП-матрица, зеркальная развертка, световое излучение, фокон, лазерные метки, streak camera, CMOS matrix, mirror scanning, light radiation, phonon, laser tags

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A TKPF269 streak camera with mirror scanning and a photosensitive element based on a CMOS matrix were developed for the purpose of replacing film in high-speed cameras with mirror scanning (SFR-2M, USF-2, etc.). A brief description of a TKPF269 streak camera is given. The spatiotemporal picture of the emergence of light radiation from the ends of optical fibers upon firing of an explosive in a model assembly was simultaneously recorded by a TKPF269 streak camera and a USF-2 photo-recording camera to compare the metrological characteristics of these cameras. The results of experimental data processing are presented.
																								



17.
Detonation Propagation at Bend Angles in Channels of Small Cross Section

E. V. Khaldeev, A. V. Bessonova, D. A. Pronin, Yu. M. Sustaeva, O. V. Shevlyagin
Russian Federal Nuclear Center-All-Russian Scientific Research Institute of Experimental Physics, Sarov, 607190 Russia
Keywords: взрывчатые вещества, детонационная волна, канал с поворотами, "темная зона", explosives, detonation wave, channel with bends, dark zone

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Currently, the computer simulation of the behavior of products containing explosives at various stages of their life cycle has become of increasingly greater importance. Computational methods have been verified by studying the propagation of a detonation wave in channels of model distributors using high-speed photography. This paper focuses on the motion of a detonation wave at the bends of the channel and the formation of dark areas. The results obtained using a NANOGATE 2000 optoelectronic system based on a NANOGATE 22 high-speed camera with a shooting frequency of up to 109 frame/s are presented. The position of a detonation front moving with bends at an angle of 60, 90, and 120oC was first visualized with an exposure time of 20 ns and an interframe interval of 80 ns.