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Pressure-shear plate impact experiment on soda-lime glass at a pressure of 30 GPa and strain rate of 4·10^7 s^(-1)

Kettenbeil, Christian and Mello, Michael and Jiao, Tong and Clifton, Rodney J. and Ravichandran, Guruswami (2017) Pressure-shear plate impact experiment on soda-lime glass at a pressure of 30 GPa and strain rate of 4·10^7 s^(-1). In: Shock Compression of Condensed Matter - 2017. AIP Conference Proceedings. No.1979. American Institute of Physics , Melville, NY, Art. No. 070019. ISBN 978-0-7354-1693-2. http://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:20180705-132900622

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Abstract

Recent modifications of a powder gun facility at Caltech have enabled pressure-shear plate impact (PSPI) experiments in a regime of pressures and strain rates that were previously unaccessible. A novel heterodyne diffracted beam photonic Doppler velocimeter (DPDV) has also been developed for simultaneous measurement of the normal and transverse particle velocity histories using the ±1st order diffracted beams produced by a 400 lines/mm diffraction grating deposited onto the polished rear surface of the impacted target plate. We present and interpret the results of a PSPI experiment conducted on a 5 µm thick soda-lime glass sample subjected to a normal stress of 30 GPa and a shear strain rate of 4 · 10^7 s^(–1). Transverse particle velocity measurements reveal a peak shear stress level of 1.25 GPa up to a shear strain value of 2.2, followed by a precipitous drop in stress and complete loss of shear strength.


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Alternate Title:Pressure-shear plate impact experiment on soda-lime glass at a pressure of 30 GPa and strain rate of 4·107 s-1
Additional Information:© 2018 AIP Publishing LLC. Published Online: 03 July 2018. The authors are grateful for support from the Office of Naval Research (Award No. N00014-16-1-2839) for the development of the PSPI capability at high pressures and the Air Force Office of Scientific Research (Award No. FA9550-12-1-0091) for development of the PDV-DPDV interferometer system.
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