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A model used for Hugoniot prediction of material at high-temperature along isobaric path
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10.1063/1.4813482
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FIG. 1.

Schematic to illustrate the porous Hugoniot derived from principal Hugoniot along the isochoric path or isobaric path. and are the specific volumes of the solid and the porous materials, respectively.

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Schematic to illustrate how the Hugoniot can be determined along an isobaric path. and are the specific volumes of the solid at 0 K and , respectively. and are the specific volumes of the solid at 0 K and with the same pressure , respectively.

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Schematic to illustrate how the Hugoniot at high-temperature can be determined from principal Hugoniot along isobaric path.

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Monotonic variation of parameter R to pressure P for Mo at room temperature.

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Calculated Hugoniot curves for molybdenum at 1673 K with different functions.

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Comparison of experimental and calculated Hugoniot curves for tungsten at 298 K and 1223 K.

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Comparison of experimental and calculated Hugoniots for molybdenum at 1673 K.

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Comparison of experimental and calculated curves for molybdenum at 1673 K.

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Schematic to illustrate how the Hugoniot of porous material at high-temperature can be determined from principal Hugoniot along isobaric path.

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The calculated Hugoniot for porous copper at room temperature compared with experimental data (Ref. ) in the high pressure region.

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The calculated Hugoniot for porous copper at room temperature compared with experimental data (Ref. ) in the low pressure region.

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The calculated and experimental (Ref. and Ref. ) Hugoniot for porous tungsten at room temperature.

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The calculated Hugoniots for solid and porous tungsten with different initial temperatures.

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The calculated and experimental (Ref. ) Hugoniots for solid W-Cu mixtures at room temperature.

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The calculated and experimental (Ref. ) curves for solid W-Cu mixtures at room temperature.

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Calculated Hugoniots for solid and porous W/Cu mixtures with different initial temperatures.

Tables

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Table I.

Parameters for solid materials used in the calculations.

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Scitation: A model used for Hugoniot prediction of material at high-temperature along isobaric path
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/jap/114/2/10.1063/1.4813482
10.1063/1.4813482
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