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Measurement of lateral compressive stresses under shock loading
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4.The inability to measure lateral stresses may not be a problem if the longitudinal stresses are very high—that is, the hydrodynamic approximation.
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13.As indicated in Ref. 10, this material matches PMMA in mechanical impedance.
14.The method described in Ref. 11 consisted of measuring the longitudinal and shear wave velocities in the shocked state and using this information to obtain the curve. This curve, along with the curve, completes the description of the stress tensor in the shocked state.
15.Ytterbium gauges can display considerable scatter because of material variations, as discussed in the work cited in Ref. 9.
16.Y. M. Gupta, work performed for the Defense Nuclear Agency under Contract DNA001‐79‐C‐0180 (unpublished, 1980).
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