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Upstream jetting phenomenon in planar shock wave experiments with ceramic powders

Gu, Y. B. and Zhuang, S. and Vural, M. and Molinari, A. and Ravichandran, G. (2010) Upstream jetting phenomenon in planar shock wave experiments with ceramic powders. Shock Waves, 20 (5). pp. 387-393. ISSN 0938-1287 . https://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:20101025-125158610

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Abstract

Jetting along upstream impact direction was observed in the experiments that were designed to study the response of ceramic powder materials to planar shock loading generated by impact. The jet formed catastrophically above certain impact stress level at the center of the impacted area and perforated upstream metal cover and flyer plates. Experiments were conducted with different impact stress levels, powder particle sizes, and geometrical parameters. Consistently repeatable results were obtained and effects arising from particle size, initial porosity, impact stress, and reflected wave were assessed. A simple mechanism-based model is used to explain the formation of the jet and estimate the jet velocity.


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Additional Information:© 2010 Springer-Verlag. Received: 3 November 2009. Accepted: 16 June 2010. Published online: 28 July 2010. Communicated by N. Thadhani. GR gratefully acknowledges the support for research on ceramic powders from the Army Research Office (Dr. B. LaMattina, Program Manager). The authors thank Dr. A. M. Rajendran for helpful discussions.
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Subject Keywords:Ceramic powder; Plate impact; Compaction zone; Jet formation
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