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Optical radiation from shock-compressed materials

Optical radiation from shock-compressed materials

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Published by California Institute of Technology, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in Pasadena, Calif, [Washington, DC, Springfield, Va .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Other titlesOptical radiation from shock compressed materials
Statementby Robert Frederik Svendsen, Jr
SeriesNASA contractor report -- NASA CR-180382
ContributionsUnited States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination1 v
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14982589M

The material from this book was derived from a popular first-year graduate class taught by James M. Palmer for over twenty years at the University of Arizona College of Optical Sciences. This text covers topics in radiation propagation, radiometric sources, optical materials, detectors of optical radiation, radiometric measurements, and calibration. Radiometry forms the . Written from a systems engineering perspective, this book covers topics in optical radiation propagation, material properties, sources, detectors, system components, measurement, calibration, and photometry. Appendices provide material on SI units, conversion factors, source luminance data, and many other subjects.

Purchase Optical Radiometry, Volume 41 - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBN , Presents a treatment of fundamental aspects of the generation, transfer and detection of optical and infra-red radiation. Emphasis placed on practical aspects of radiometry in detection. Discusses formal principles of radiometry, signal-to-noise considerations in the detection of optical radiation, and the operation of various radiation detectors.

@article{osti_, title = {Optical radiation detectors}, author = {Dereniak, E.L. and Crowe, D.G.}, abstractNote = {This book covers the capabilities and limitations of optical radiation detectors. It introduces background material on radiometry, noise sources, and detector physics before proceeding to more detailed discussions of photon detectors, thermal detectors, and .   This book deals with the practice of Optical Radiation Measurements with introductory material to introduce the topics discussed. It will be most useful for students, scientists and engineers working in any academic, industrial or governmental projects related to optical radiation. The book contains chapters that treat in detail the procedures.


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Recent observations of shock-induced radiation from oxides, silicates, and metals of geophysical interest constrain the shock-compressed temperature of these materials.

The relationships Optical radiation from shock-compressed materials book the temperature inferred from the observed radiation and the temperature of the shock-compressed film or foil and/or window were investigated.

Changes of the Cited by: 2. Get this from a library. Optical radiation from shock-compressed materials: thesis. [Robert Frederik Svendsen; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.].

Recent observations of shock-induced radiation from oxides, silicates and metals of geophysical interest constrain the shock-compressed temperature of these materials.

In these experiments, a projectile impacts a target consisting of a metal driver plate, metal film or foil layer, and transparent window. We investigate the relationships between the temperature inferred from Cited by: 2. Recent observations of shock-induced radiation from oxides, silicates and metals of geophysical interest constrain the shock-compressed temperature of these materials.

In these experiments, a projectile impacts a target consisting of a metal driver plate, a metal film or foil layer, and a transparent window. We investigate the relationship between the temperature Cited by: 9.

Optical radiation from shock-compressed materials and interfaces. By Bob Svendsen, Consequently, the observed intensity of target radiation sources is affected by the optical properties of each region. In particular, the source radiation intensity may be greatly reduced due to absorption in the shocked and/or unshocked window material, and.

To establish this physical basis, one must explore the interaction of optical radiation with matter to understand how material properties are expressed in radiometric observations. Since materials are composed of atoms and molecules whose physical understanding requires a quantum mechanical treatment, a full understanding of the spectroscopy of.

Hot-spot temperature in shock compression of a mixture of epoxy resins with glass hollow microspheres is estimated. The obtained hot-spot temperature of K at a shock pressure of 20 GPa significantly exceeds the temperature of shock-loaded homogeneous epoxy resin, which at this pressure is in the range of – K.

The time characteristics of the radiation. optical radiation to energy processes, as well as the complexity of interpretation introduced by dynamic phase transformations (eg SiOz: Lyzenga et al. ), we studied the thermo- mechanical response of shock-compressed MgO as a material apparently uncomplicated by phase transitions, at least below GPa.

Unlike standard dielectric materials, the interaction of light-sheets of arbitrary wavefronts with a particle exhibiting circular dichroism, such as chiral, topological insulator, liquid crystal, or metamaterials to name a few examples, requires additional fundamental developments from the standpoint of scattering, radiation force and torque theories.

The article is devoted to the study of the influence of mechanical vibration on optical properties of polycrystalline two-layer fibers based on solid solutions of silver halides. Radiation from shock‐compressed water at pressures of – GPa loaded through targets made of various metals (Al, Mg, and Cu) is studied.

It is shown that the radiation intensity depends on both shock pressure and the nature of the metal. At pressures below 25 GPa in the region of water transparency, the radiation intensity considerably exceeds the presumed level of thermal radiation.

Bob Svendsen, Thomas J. Ahrens, Jay D. Bass, Optical Radiation from Shock‐Compressed Materials and Interfaces, High‐Pressure Research in Mineral Physics: A Volume in Honor of Syun‐iti Akimoto, undefined, (), ().

Optical Radiation from Shock-Compressed Materials. By Jr. Robert F. Svendsen. Abstract. Recent observations of shock-induced radiation from oxides, silicates, and metals of geophysical interest constrain the shock-compressed temperature of these materials.

The relationships between the temperature inferred from the observed radiation and the. The material from this book was derived from a popular first-year graduate class taught by James M.

Palmer for over twenty years at the University of Arizona College of Optical Sciences. This text covers topics in radiation propagation, radiometric sources, optical materials, detectors of optical radiation, radiometric measurements, and.

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The speed of the light decreases in the glass. Summary. Shock-compressed MgO radiates thermally at temperatures between and K in the – GPa pressure range.

A simple energy-transport model of the shocked-MgO-targets distinguishes between different shock-induced radiation sources in these targets and provides estimates of spectral absorption-coefficients, α λMgO, for shocked MgO (e.g.

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& White, R.H., Tech. Report LLNL, UCRL-ID, Effects of radiation on the properties of low thermal expansion coefficient materials: A review.Anomalous behavior of shock-compressed carbon tetrachloride 4. Investigation of the optical properties of shock-compressed ionic crystals.

Nonequilibrium states 5. Optical study of elastoplastic waves in glass 6. Phase transition of water into ice VII under shock compression II. Equilibrium radiation of the shock-wave front.