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It is generally known that phase evolution characteristics of materials under hypervelocity impact obtained are limited by experiments. In this paper, the material point method and GRAY three-phase equation of state were combined to simulate the hypervelocity impact of Cu-Cu, Ni-Ni and Al-Al at different velocities, and the relations between phase distribution and time were obtained. The numerical results show that the phase evolution character of the material with higher density and lower melting point at lower velocity impact is similar to the material with lower density and higher melting point at higher velocity impact. Therefore, the phase evolution characteristics of material with higher density and lower melting under hypervelocity impact point could provide reference to the experiment of common structure materials such as Al under hypervelocity impact.
High Pressure Earth & Planetary Science
Silicon (Si) is considered as one major light element in Earth’s inner core, but its content is still controversy. In order to constrain its content in the inner core, using first-principles calculation method, we constructed four different supercells of Fe-3.24%Si and investigated the effects of cell size and spin on geometry optimization. It is found that the spin doesn’t affect the equation of state of Fe-3.24%Si above 100 GPa, and below 100 GPa, the calculated results with the spin are closer to the experimental data. Based on the equation of state, the sound velocity at 0 K and the corresponding thermodynamic parameters, the density and sound velocity of Fe-3.24%Si are obtained under the conditions of the inner core. The density of Fe-3.24%Si is lower than that of pure iron and slightly higher than that of the inner core. The sound velocities of longitudinal wave and shear wave for Fe-3.24%Si are very close to that of pure iron, but both are significantly higher than that of the inner core. Therefore, we could exclude the possibility that Earth’s inner core contains a large amount of Si.
The electrical conductivity of single-crystal San Carlos olivine was measured up to 19 GPa at room temperature in a diamond-anvil cell, coupled with a complex impedance spectroscopy. The pressure was determined by in-situ ruby luminescence and Raman shift of silicone fluid. We found that the electrical conductivity along [100] is largest, increasing approximately from 3.8×10–8 S/m at 0 GPa to 9.0×10–8 S/m at 18 GPa at room temperature. The conductivity along [010] is comparable to that of [001], approximately as 1/2 to 1/3 as that of [100]. Furthermore, the conductivity linearly increases with the pressure, while it changes faster with the pressure along [100] than that of [010] and [001]. At room temperature, the charge transport mechanism of olivine is dominant from the Fe2+–Fe3+ (small polarons) with a negative activation volume. The present results suggest that the pressure effect could lead to larger lateral and vertical heterogeneity in electrical conduction for a dry upper mantle.
Garnet is an important component of the upper mantle and mantle transition zone, and its properties under high temperature and pressure are of great significance to understand the composition, structure and dynamic process of mantle. Therefore, the crystal structure and elastic properties of pyrope, almandine, spessartite, uvarovite, grossular and andradite under 0–16 GPa, the six most common garnet in the Earth, were calculated by first principle method. The results show the unit cell volume of pyralaspite (pyrope, almandine, spessartite) is smaller than that of ugrandite (uvarovite, grossular and andradite), and the density of pyralaspite is higher than that of ugrandite except for pyrope. During structural compression, the volume change of polyhedron is from large to small as [XO8] dodecahedron, [YO6] octahedron and [SiO4] tetrahedron, and their ratio is close to 3∶2∶1, indicating that the compression mechanism of garnet is mainly controlled by the dodecahedron. The variation of bond angle shows that tetrahedron and octahedron of the ugrandite would be more regular under high pressure; while the tetrahedron of pyralaspite becomes more irregular under high pressure. The bulk modulus of garnet increases with the increase of almandine, and decreases with the increase of uvarovite and grossular; while the shear modulus of garnet increases with the increase of grossular, and decreases with the increase of almandine and uvarovite. The wave velocity of pyralaspite is smaller than that of ugrandite except for pyrope. Calculation results show that the wave velocities of garnet intersect with the typical wave velocity model of the Earth near 410 km, proving that garnet is an important component of the mantle, and the existence of garnet and its solid solution with different compositions may have an important influence on the wave velocity structure of the Earth’s mantle.
Understanding the physical properties under high pressure of hydroxylbastnäsite-(Ce), an important hydrous rare earth element (REE) fluorocarbonate mineral, can provide key information to explore the effect of fluorine and hydroxyl on high-pressure behavior of carbonate minerals. Here Raman spectroscopy combined with diamond anvil cell (DAC) technology was employed to investigate the high-pressure properties of hydroxylbastnäsite-(Ce). At ambient conditions, the in-plane vibration bands of [CO3]2– are observed at 604 cm–1 and 742 cm–1, the symmetrical stretching bands are at 1 083, 1 096, and 1 103 cm–1, and the asymmetric stretching vibration is at 1 430 cm–1. Six vibration peaks of [OH] are at 3 174, 3 197, 3 290, 3 345, 3 526 and 3 648 cm–1, respectively. The observation of three discrete [CO3]2– symmetrical stretching bands, instead of one, indicates that there may be at least three structurally-nonequivalent [CO3]2– groups in the hydroxyl-bästnasite-(Ce) structure. On compression, all of the Raman peaks show a continuous shift to the higher frequency and no new peaks appear, suggesting that no phase transition occurs up to 30 GPa at room temperature. The slope of the in-plane bending vibration of [CO3]2– is the smallest, about 2(0.06) cm–1/GPa. Compared with the anhydrous carbonate, it can be inferred that the [OH] and F in the structures of hydroxylbastnäsite-(Ce) lead to the compression anisotropy. Our results provide new clues for studying the high-pressure physical behavior of carbonates in the deep earth.
Compressibility of FeNiP (\begin{document}$P\bar 62m$\end{document}) has been studied up to 23.4 GPa by using diamond anvil cells (DAC) combined with in situ synchrotron X-ray diffraction (XRD) at room temperature. FeNiP remains the hexagonal structure at experimental pressure range. The pressure-volume (p-V) data has been fitted by the Birch-Murnaghan (B-M) equation of state, yielding K0 = 153(2) GPa, \begin{document}$K'_0 $\end{document} = 5.7(2), V0 = 101.6(1) Å3 or K0 = 167(1) GPa, \begin{document}$K'_0 $\end{document} = 4.0 (fixed), V0 = 101.5(1) Å3. FeNiP has smaller bulk modulus than Fe2P, and shows analogous axial compressibility to Ni2P. This might result from nickel’s doping effect on elastic properties of (Fe,Ni)2P. The densities of FeNiP, Fe2P, Fe3P, Fe2.15Ni0.85P and Fe3S have been estimated under the pressure-temperature conditions commensurate to the Moon’s outer core. The comparison shows that the doping of nickel could make (Fe,Ni)2P and (Fe,Ni)3P’s density approaching that of the Moon’s outer core.
High Pressure Earth & Planetary Science
In this study we investigated the interaction of carbon with iron in the (Mg,Fe)SiO3 bridgmanite under the conditions corresponding to the Earth’s lower mantle (36–88 GPa, 1 850–2 800 K) using a laser-heated diamond anvil cell. Synchrotron X-ray diffraction measurements of the run products showed that Fe2+ in bridgmanite can be reduced to metallic Fe by carbon under the pressure and temperature conditions higher than 42 GPa and 2 000 K. The coexisting metallic Fe and Fe-depleted bridgmanite in the run products suggests that the CCO buffer produces lower oxygen fugacity than the of Fe-FeO (IW) buffer, which is further confirmed by the thermodynamic calculation. The experimental results in this study could provide a potential explanation for the presence of redox heterogeneities and highly reducing regions in the deep mantle.
Theory and Calculation
Based on quantum theory and atomic cluster theory, using many-body expansion method and the ab initio method, a novel expression is presented for calculating the cohesive energy of rare-gas solids (RGS) (RGS=He, Ne, Ar, Kr) and studying the cohesive energy contribution to the highly compressed characteristics for RGS. In this expression, we introduce a new coefficient \begin{document}$\beta $\end{document}=0.5, which makes the expression of potential function simple and accurate. Compared with previous results, it is necessary to obtain a new cohesive energy expression that can describe accurately the many-body interaction contribution to cohesive energy, and the mean relative errors are within 5%. The expression can also be applied to calculate the compressibility of solid helium, neon, argon and krypton in the present experimental pressure range (He 60 GPa, Ne 238 GPa, Ar 114 GPa, Kr 128 GPa), and the numerical results are consistent with the recent experiment results and ab initio calculation results with the mean relative errors of no more than 5%. Finally, an application in solid argon verifies the accuracy of the potential expression. The expression not only can be applicable in a wider density and pressure range, but also all rare gas systems. In addition, it has important guiding significance for studying the high-pressure compression, specific heat, melting curve and elastic modulus of rare-gas solids.
High Pressure Technology & Material Synthesis
Nearly fully dense W-Al energetic structural material (ESM) was successfully prepared by explosive sintering with W and Al powder with different particle sizes. It was found that shock wave pressure is the dominant factor for powder densification and the particle size of powder has a significant influence on the final density and microstructure of the compacted ESM. The smaller the W particle size is, the more severely the W particle agglomerate, which hinders the densification, leading to the formation of continuous W phase in the compacted ESM. The maximum compressive strength and failure strain of the sample reach 288 MPa and 20%, respectively. The mechanical properties and fracture mode of the consolidated material depend on the continuous phase, the ESM with continuous Al phase presents low compressive strength and good ductility with anaxial split failure, while the one with continuous W phase shows brittleness and high compressive strength with a shear failure, which is consistent with the properties of Al and W, respectively.
Dynamic Response of Materials
The theoretical mode of velocity attenuation of rigid mass and the stress wave propagation in layered cellular materials under dynamic impact loading has been proposed based on the 1-D wave theory and the dynamic response process of a foam rod strike by a rigid mass has been studied. A finite element (FE) validation has been conducted by employing ANSYS/LS-DYNA software, agreeing well with the theoretical results. The compared results show that the triple layered graded foam material has better impact reduction and energy absorption capacity than the uniform foam with the same mass. Due to the reflected wave and the strain hardening effects not considered in the theoretical model, there are some acceptable errors between the theoretical and FE results.
To investigate the ubiquitiformal characteristic of the crack extension path in a heterogeneous quasi-brittle material under the dynamic tensile loadings, a ubiquitiformal model is developed in this paper, and the calculated numerical results for the ubiquitiform complexity are in agreement with the previous experiments. It is found that such a crack extension path is indeed of a ubiquitiform, and its complexity decreases with the increase of the loading strain-rate. Moreover, it is also found that the complexity is independent of the randomness of the spatial distribution of the dynamic tensile load-carrying capacity of the material under consideration, and the complexity decreases with increasing shape parameter m of the Weibull distribution. Thus, this work can be taken as a basis for analyzing further the mechanism as well as the ubiquitiformal characteristic of the crack profile in a quasi-brittle material under the dynamic tensile loadings.
The semi re-entrant honeycombs presented unique deformation modes due to its characteristic of zero Poisson’s ratio. The impact resistance of the semi re-entrant honeycombs under in-plane impact load was compared with that of the traditional positive Poisson’s ratio (regular hexagon) honeycombs and negative Poisson’s ratio (re-entrant) honeycombs, and the effects of zero Poisson’s ratio on its dynamic performance were revealed. Given cellular geometric parameters (cell wall’s aspect ratio), the deformation behaviors of three honeycomb configurations under different impact velocities were analyzed. It is concluded that dominant local deformation band of the semi re-entrant honeycomb is " I” type because of the zero Poisson ratio. According to the one-dimensional shock wave theory, a theoretical formula of the average dynamic crushing strength of semi re-entrant honeycombs was derived and compared with the finite element results to verify its effectiveness. Simultaneously, it was found that the impact resistance of semi re-entrant honeycombs was between regular hexagon honeycombs and re-entrant honeycombs. Therefore, a novel zero Poisson’s ratio honeycomb was designed by adding a rib into every cell of the semi re-entrant honeycomb, and its impact resistance was improved. These results provide certain theoretical references for other structural optimization designs.
In order to investigate the crack propagation law of double layered laminated glass (LG) under impact load, a model for calculating the dynamic response of the both sides support LG under the impact of a spherical hammer head is established by using the zero-thickness intrinsic cohesive method. The maximum principal stress failure criterion is applied to the intrinsic cohesive element. The effects of penalty stiffness K and thickness of glass on crack formation path, range and number, as well as the displacement of lower panel were discussed. Simulation results show that: (1) under the impact load, a large number of fine cracks and glass particles are first generated in the center of LG upper glass plate, and then a large number of circumferential cracks are generated in the process of continuous outward propagation of radial cracks; (2) with the increase of the K value of the glass penalty stiffness, the crack growth range and the number of cracks decrease, and the center displacement of the lower glass plate decreases; (3) with the increase of glass thickness, the crack range and number decrease, and the center displacement of the lower glass plate decreases. The results provide a direct basis for LG shock resistant design and safety protection.
The complex physical process is always accompanied with hypervelocity impact. In this paper, the physical process of rod-shaped cylindrical tungsten alloy bomb impact thin steel target has been studied. The impact process model and fluid dynamic information of every particle were obtained by means of AUTODYN/SPH method and the fragment particles were identified through range search and fragment identification program. Some information of the elastic target change process, the number of the target fragment, the change of the relative energy with the time during the impact were obtained by MATLAB. It is found that with the increase of impact speed, the residual body is eroded seriously, and the energy loss of missile body is increased, and the energy of the body loss is mainly converted into the kinetic energy of the bomb target. The energy loss histogram of the impact at the time of 20 μs and energy change process for the target plate impacted have been analyzed.
According to the character of jet formation in shaped charge device, a new type of charge assembly, with metallic liner of aluminum-copper bond fabricated by explosively welding technique, has been proposed in order to acquire the improvement on penetration capability from such charge. The device is modified from the available conical shaped charge with single copper liner material and 42° conical apex angle. Multi-material arbitrary Lagrangian-Eulerian (MMALE) method in LS-DYNA software package is employed as the numerical simulation tool to fulfill the calculations for the whole processes involving jet formation and ensuing penetration into target. Charges with apex angles varying from 36°, 38°, 40°, and 42° respectively have been calculated for comparison. The results show that the head velocity of the jet increases with the decreasing value of apex angle. Furthermore, 38° apex angle charge reaches maximum penetration depth. Compared to shaped charge with single copper liner, such design of the charge presents 13.2% improvement in jet head velocity and 14.5% rising in penetration depth.
An open explosion loading experiment was designed for three differently laminated carbon fiber composite laminates to study the dynamic mechanical behavior of the laminates under different explosive masses and explosive distances. Based on two high-speed cameras, an experimental measurement system for high-speed three-dimensional deformation field was built, and the images of the dynamic deformation process of the laminates under the action of the explosion were recorded. The dynamic displacement field and strain field of the laminates under the shock wave were calculated by 3D-DIC software. The results show that the laminates only undergo elastic deformation under low shock wave, and the orthogonal layer and the quasi-homogeneous layer have good impact resistance; under the action of high shock wave, the laminates will cause damage in the form of delamination, matrix cracking, fiber breakage, etc. The order of the layup has a great influence on the form of damage.
High Pressure Applications
In order to study the effect of Al/O ratio on underwater explosion load and energy output configuration of aluminized explosives systematically, four kinds of aluminized explosives are taken into account, and their Al/O ratio are 0, 0.16, 0.36 and 0.63, respectively. Coupled Eulerian-Lagrangian method was used to simulate the whole process of underwater explosion of four kinds of aluminized explosives on the basis of verifying the effectiveness of numerical method. The coupling effect between shock wave and bubble was considered in the numerical simulation. The impact effect is explained from three aspects: shock wave, bubble and energy output configuration. Simulation results show that with the increase of Al/O ratio, shock wave attenuation constant, shock wave impulse, bubble period, bubble maximum radius and specific bubble energy of underwater explosion of aluminized explosives all increase. Shock wave peak pressure, energy flow density and specific shock wave energy reach the maximum when Al/O ratio is 0.36. The addition of aluminum improves bubble energy more significantly than shock wave energy.
In order to study the anti-penetration performance of Q235 steel multi-layer plate, we carried out a \begin{document}$\varnothing $\end{document}9.45 mm spherical fragment of tungsten alloy to penetrate the 7.2 mm and (3.6+3.6) mm Q235 steel double-layer plates, and obtained the corresponding ballistic limits. On this basis, we established a numerical simulation model to study the ballistic limits of the laminated contact plates with three, four, five, and six layers of equal thickness penetrated by the tungsten ball. Through the dimensional method, we analyzed the effect of the number of layers on the ballistic limit of the target. The results show that for spherical fragments, the anti-penetration performance of the double-layer plate with a total thickness of 7.2 mm is higher than that of the single-layer plate; when the number of layers is greater than 2, the ballistic limit of the multi-layer target decreases with the increase of the number of layers. The relationship between the number of layers of the target and the ballistic limit of the fragment is obtained by the dimensional method. The results can provide a guidance for the design of armor protection in the future.
The split Hopkinson pressure bars (SHPB) and drop-weight are used to study the effects of sintered and unsintered processes on the dynamic mechanical properties and reaction properties of reactive fragments under impact. The results show that the sintered reactive fragments have better mechanical properties. Both materials have obvious strain-rate effects, and the dynamic yield stress is 2.8–3.3 times of the static yield stress. The sintered reactive fragments are easier to react under the load of drop-weight, and the critical drop height of the reaction is 1.15 m. These results can effectively reflect the mechanical and reactive behavior of reactive fragments.
Under the implosion of the carbon fiber composite (CFRP) shell embedded in dense inert metal particle, the damage elements dominated by dense inert metal particles will be formed. Thus, accurately acquiring and predicting the scattering performance of heavy metal particle cluster driven by internal-burst is of great significance for the design and evaluation of damage capability of low collateral damage munitions. In this paper, both the experimental study and numerical simulation are adopted to investigate the scattering characteristics and influencing factors of the sub-millimeter WC particle group under explosion. Based on the discrete element method (DEM), the disordered model and numerical simulation of particles in WC particle layer are carried out according to the entity condition, the effects of different particles, loading ratio and length-to-diameter ratio on particle velocity are analyzed. The results show that the larger size of a particle can result in a lower velocity under the condition of the same loading ratio. The outer layer particle velocity at the end is the same, but the velocity difference near the relative axial position X/L=0.62 is the largest. When the ratio of length to diameter is in the range of 0.5–1.5, both the particle velocity and velocity difference increase with the ratio of length to diameter, and the incremental velocity of the particles at the detonating end is smaller than that at the non-initiating end.
The safety of power batteries is one of the important factors that restrict the rapid development of electric vehicles. In this paper, cylindrical 18650 power lithium ion batteries with different state-of-charge (SOC) were compressed in the radial and axial directions respectively to study the mechanical response, voltage change, temperature change and failure process. The results show that the safety performance of lithium-ion batteries was influenced by SOC, loading speed and loading direction. During the process of compression, electrolyte leakage and instantaneous short circuit may occur, and the temperature of the battery will be rised sharply in a short time after short circuit coming up. During the radial compression process, the phenomena of severe thermal runaway such as explosion and fire will happen for combination of higher SOC and higher loading speed. Therefore, it is important to study the mechanical integrity of lithium-ion batteries under external loads for the safety design of automobiles.
Experimental Study of the Effect of Shear Stress on Phase Transition in c-Axis CdS Single Crystal under Dynamic Loading
TANG Zhi-Ping, Gupta Y M
1989, 3(4): 290-297 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.1989.04.005
Abstract(4291) PDF(205)
The Generation of 90 GPa Quasi-Hydrostatic Pressures and the Measurements of Pressure Distribution
LIU Zhen-Xian, CUI Qi-Liang, ZOU Guang-Tian
1989, 3(4): 284-289 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.1989.04.004
Abstract(4861) PDF(323)
Development of Large Volume-High Static Pressure Techniques Based on the Hinge-Type Cubic Presses
WANG Hai-Kuo, HE Duan-Wei, XU Chao, GUAN Jun-Wei, WANG Wen-Dan, KOU Zi-Li, PENG Fang
2013, 27(5): 633-661.   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2013.05.001
Abstract(4127) PDF(171)
A Study on Calculation of the Linear Thermal Expansion Coefficients of Metals
ZHENG Wei-Tao, DING Tao, ZHONG Feng-Lan, ZHANG Jian-Min, ZHANG Rui-Lin
1994, 8(4): 302-305 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.1994.04.010
Abstract(6051) PDF(268)
Long-Distance Flight Performances of Spherical Fragments
TAN Duo-Wang, WEN Dian-Ying, ZHANG Zhong-Bin, YU Chuan, XIE Pan-Hai
2002, 16(4): 271-275 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2002.04.006
Abstract(4504) PDF(156)
Numerical Simulation of the Interactions between Hyperpressure Waterjet and Explosive
HE Yuan-Hang, LI Hai-Jun, ZHANG Qing-Ming
2005, 19(2): 169-173 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2005.02.012
Abstract(4465) PDF(145)
Chemical Synthesis and Characterization of Flaky h-CN by HPHT
YANG Da-Peng, LI Ying-Ai, DU Yong-Hui, SU Zuo-Peng, JI Xiao-Rui, YANG Xu-Xin, GONG Xi-Liang, ZHANG Tie-Chen
2007, 21(3): 295-298 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2007.03.013
Abstract(4945) PDF(164)
Detonation Shock Dynamics Calibration of JB-9014 Explosive at Ambient Temperature
TAN Duo-Wang, FANG Qing, ZHANG Guang-Sheng, HE Zhi
2009, 23(3): 161-166 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2009.03.001
Abstract(4837) PDF(165)
Phase Evolution of Zr-Based Bulk Metallic Glass Prepared by Shock-Wave Quenching under High Temperature and High Pressure
YANG Chao, CHEN Wei-Ping, ZHAN Zai-Ji, JIANG Jian-Zhong
2007, 21(3): 283-288 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2007.03.011
Abstract(4704) PDF(155)
Design and Temperature Calibration for Heater Cell of Split-Sphere High Pressure Apparatus Based on the Hinge-Type Cubic-Anvil Press
CHEN Xiao-Fang, HE Duan-Wei, WANG Fu-Long, ZHANG Jian, LI Yong-Jun, FANG Lei-Ming, LEI Li, KOU Zi-Li
2009, 23(2): 98-104 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2009.02.004
Abstract(5030) PDF(160)
Activities of Antioxidative Enzymes and the Responds to Cold Stress of Rice Treated by High Hydrostatic Pressure
BAI Cheng-Ke, LI Gui-Shuang, DUAN Jun, PENG Chang-Lian, WENG Ke-Nan, XU Shi-Ping
2005, 19(3): 235-240 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2005.03.008
Abstract(4601) PDF(135)
Discussions on the VLW Equation of State
LONG Xin-Ping, HE Bi, JIANG Xiao-Hua, WU Xiong
2003, 17(4): 247-254 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2003.04.002
Abstract(4480) PDF(177)
Numerical Simulation of Hypervelocity Launch of Flier Plate with Gradual Change Impedance
CHEN Lang, LIU Qun, LU Jian-Ying, GONG Zi-Zheng, GUO Xin-Wei
2009, 23(3): 167-172 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2009.03.002
Abstract(4647) PDF(149)
Effects of Liner Curvature Radius on Formation of Double-Layered Spherical Segment Charge Liner into Tandem Explosively Formed Projectile (EFP)
ZHENG Yu, WANG Xiao-Ming, LI Wen-Bin, LI Wei-Bing
2009, 23(3): 229-235 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2009.03.011
Abstract(5176) PDF(165)
The Failure Strength Parameters of HJC and RHT Concrete Constitutive Models
ZHANG Ruo-Qi, DING Yu-Qing, TANG Wen-Hui, RAN Xian-Wen
2011, 25(1): 15-22 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2011.01.003
Abstract(7147) PDF(192)
Application Research on JWL Equation of State of Detonation Products
ZHAO Zheng, TAO Gang, DU Chang-Xing
2009, 23(4): 277-282 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2009.04.007
Abstract(5395) PDF(163)
Analysis of Equivalence for Structural Response Induced by Pulsed X-Ray with Other Analogue Sources
PENG Chang-Xian
2002, 16(2): 105-110 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2002.02.004
Abstract(4494) PDF(238)
Studies on the Distribution of Breakdown Liquid Particle Size under Explosive Detonation
HU Dong, HAN Zhao-Yuan, ZHANG Shou-Qi, ZHAO Yu-Hua, WANG Bing-Ren, CHEN Jun, SUN Zhu-Mei, CAI Qing-Jun, YAO Jiu-Cheng, DONG Shi
2008, 22(1): 6-10 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2008.01.002
Abstract(5652) PDF(149)
Effect of Boron Contained in the Catalyst on Thermal Stability of Boron-Doped Diamond Single Crystals
WANG Mei, LI He-Sheng, LI Mu-Sen, GONG Jian-Hong, TIAN Bin
2008, 22(2): 215-219 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2008.02.017
Abstract(4603) PDF(158)
A Kind of Anodized Aluminium Shock Wave Detectors
SUN Yue, YUAN Chang-Ying, ZHANG Xiu-Lu, WU Guo-Dong
2004, 18(2): 157-162 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2004.02.011
Abstract(4681) PDF(135)
Comment on the Pressure Gauge for the Experiments at High Temperature and High Pressure with DAC
ZHENG Hai-Fei, SUN Qiang, ZHAO Jin, DUAN Ti-Yu
2004, 18(1): 78-82 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2004.01.014
Abstract(4619) PDF(178)
Failure Modes of Ductile Metal Plates under Normal Impact by Flat-Ended Projectiles
PAN Jian-Hua, WEN He-Ming
2007, 21(2): 157-164 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2007.02.007
Abstract(4440) PDF(182)
The Launching Technique of Hypervelocity Projectiles in Two-Stage Light Gas Gun
WANG Jin-Gui
1992, 6(4): 264-272 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.1992.04.004
Abstract(6416) PDF(199)
Investigation of in Situ Raman Spectrum and Electrical Conductivity of PbMoO4 at High Pressure
YU Cui-Ling, YU Qing-Jiang, GAO Chun-Xiao, LIU Bao, HE Chun-Yuan, HUANG Xiao-Wei, HAO Ai-Min, ZHANG Dong-Mei, CUI Xiao-Yan, LIU Cai-Long, et al.
2007, 21(3): 259-263 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2007.03.007
Abstract(4326) PDF(152)
Experimental Validation of Quasi-Elastic Response of Metal during Reloading Process
SONG Ping, ZHOU Xian-Ming, YUAN Shuai, LI Jia-Bo, WANG Xiao-Song
2007, 21(3): 327-331 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2007.03.019
Abstract(4325) PDF(143)
Shock Wave Physics: The Coming Challenges and Exciting Opportunities in the New Century-Introduction of the 12th International Conference of Shock Compression of Condensed Matter (SCCM-2001)
GONG Zi-Zheng
2002, 16(2): 152-160 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2002.02.012
Abstract(4426) PDF(194)
Two-Dimensional Numerical Simulation of Explosion for Premixed CH4-O2-N2 Mixture
LI Cheng-Bing, WU Guo-Dong, JING Fu-Qian
2009, 23(5): 367-376 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2009.05.008
Abstract(4244) PDF(175)
Evaluation for Uncertainty of Particle Velocity in Hugoniot Measurements
DAI Cheng-Da, WANG Xiang, TAN Hua
2005, 19(2): 113-119 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2005.02.003
Abstract(4618) PDF(158)
Experiment and Numerical Simulation of Cylindrical Explosive Isostatic Pressing
CHEN Lang, LU Jian-Ying, ZHANG Ming, HAN Chao, FENG Chang-Gen
2008, 22(2): 113-117 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2008.02.001
Abstract(4486) PDF(126)
Structure and Ferroelectric Properties of Dense Nanocrystalline BaTiO3 Ceramics Prepared by High Pressure Sintering Method
LI Peng-Fei, JIN Chang-Qing, XIAO Chang-Jiang, PAN Li-Qing, WANG Xiao-Hui
2007, 21(3): 249-252 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2007.03.005
Abstract(4414) PDF(152)
In-Situ High-Pressure X-Ray Diffraction of Natural Beryl
QIN Shan, LIU Jing, LI Hai-Jian, ZHU Xiang-Ping, LI Xiao-Dong
2008, 22(1): 1-5 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2008.01.001
Abstract(4788) PDF(158)
Isothermal Equations of State of Au and Pt at Room Temperature: Implication for Pressure Scales
JIN Ke, WU Qiang, LI Xin-Zhu, CAI Ling-Cang, JING Fu-Qian
2009, 23(3): 181-188 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2009.03.004
Abstract(4507) PDF(151)
Effect of Pressure on Carbon Concentration in C-H-O Supercritical-Fluid
ZHAO Xian-Feng, HONG Shi-Ming, LIU Fu-Sheng
2003, 17(2): 101-105 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2003.02.004
Abstract(4702) PDF(155)
Phase Transformation Mechanism of Single Crystal Iron from MD Simulation
CUI Xin-Lin, ZHU Wen-Jun, HE Hong-Liang, DENG Xiao-Liang, LI Ying-Jun
2007, 21(4): 433-438 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2007.04.017
Abstract(4065) PDF(146)
Response of Homemade PVDF Piezofilm under Shock Loading and Unloading
LI Yan, ZHANG Xiang-Rong, TAN Hong-Mei, LIU Xiao-Ling, PEI Ming-Jing
2004, 18(3): 261-266 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2004.03.011
Abstract(4937) PDF(212)
Research on Using Raman Spectra of Carborundum Anvil as Pressure Sensor at Pressure of 0.1~3 000 MPa
QU Qing-Ming, ZHENG Hai-Fei
2007, 21(3): 332-336 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2007.03.020
Abstract(4500) PDF(226)
Shock-Activating and Sintering of Hydroxyapatite Agglomerate
LIAO Qi-Long, YANG Shi-Yuan, CAI Ling-Cang, ZHENG Chang-Qiong
2003, 17(3): 209-213 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2003.03.009
Abstract(4289) PDF(320)
Acoustic Velocity of Water under High Temperature and High Pressure: Validity of the Equation of State of Water
LI Fang-Fei, CUI Qi-Liang, LI Min, ZHOU Qiang, ZOU Guang-Tian
2008, 22(3): 281-285 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2008.03.010
Abstract(4466) PDF(144)
Application of Fiber Velocity Interferometer System for Any Reflector in High Pressure Physics
WENG Ji-Dong, TAN Hua, CHEN Jin-Bao, JIA Bo, HU Shao-Lou, MA Yun, WANG Xiang
2004, 18(3): 225-230 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2004.03.006
Abstract(4731) PDF(219)
Perimeter-Area Relation of Fractal Island
1990, 4(4): 259-262 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.1990.04.004
Abstract(4446) PDF(192)
Analysis on the Influence of Multi-Layered Media on Stress Wave Propagation
DONG Yong-Xiang, HUANG Chen-Guang, DUAN Zhu-Ping
2005, 19(1): 59-65 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2005.01.011
Abstract(4182) PDF(139)
Ultrasonic Measurement and Isothermal Equation of State for LY12Al under Static Pressures
ZHANG Ting, BI Yan, ZHAO Min-Guang
2005, 19(1): 35-40 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2005.01.007
Abstract(4297) PDF(138)
Synthesis and Characterization of h-BCN Nanocrystallite under High-Pressure and High-Temperature
LI Xue-Fei, ZHANG Jian, SHEN Long-Hai, YANG Da-Peng, CUI Qi-Liang, ZOU Guang-Tian
2007, 21(3): 237-241 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2007.03.003
Abstract(4098) PDF(173)
An Approximate Relation between Cubical Thermal Expansion Coefficient of Solid and Pressure
YAN Zu-Tong
2000, 14(4): 253-256 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2000.04.003
Abstract(5031) PDF(486)
Shock Wave Compression of PZT 95/5 Ferroelectric Ceramic
LIU Gao-Min, DU Jin-Mei, LIU Yu-Sheng, TAN Hua, HE Hong-Liang
2008, 22(1): 30-34 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2008.01.007
Abstract(4473) PDF(147)
Two-Dimensional Simulation of Transient Detonation Process for H2-O2-N2 Mixture
DONG Gang, FAN Bao-Chun, XIE Bo
2004, 18(1): 40-46 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2004.01.008
Abstract(4146) PDF(154)
Electrical Conductivity and X-Ray Diffraction Study of Iron under High Pressures
HUANG Wei-Jun, CUI Qi-Liang, BI Yan, ZHOU Qiang, ZOU Guang-Tian
2007, 21(1): 40-44 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2007.01.007
Abstract(4342) PDF(179)
Thermodynamic Analysis of Diamond Growth with Catalyst at HPHT
XU Bin, LI Li, TIAN Bin, FAN Xiao-Hong, FENG Li-Ming
2009, 23(3): 189-195 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2009.03.005
Abstract(4456) PDF(165)
Molecular Analysis of Stable Mutagenesis Rice Cultivar Induced by High Hydrostatic Pressure
SHEN Si-Le, XU Shi-Ping, WENG Ke-Nan, TAN Mei, ZHANG Jian-Feng, LONG Guo-Hui, JIA Xiao-Peng, CHI Yuan-Bin, LIU Bao, ZOU Guang-Tian
2004, 18(4): 289-294 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2004.04.001
Abstract(4609) PDF(149)
Microwave Radiation Measurement on Hypervelocity Impacts
MA Ping, LIU Sen, HUANG Jie, SHI An-Hua, MIAO Jun-Gang
2008, 22(2): 220-224 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2008.02.018
Abstract(4308) PDF(239)
Electronic Behaviors of the Rocksalt and Monoclinic AgCl under Pressure
WANG Zuo-Cheng, CHE Li-Xin, LI Yan, CUI Tian, ZHANG Miao, NIU Ying-Li, MA Yan-Ming, ZOU Guang-Tian
2007, 21(3): 225-230 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2007.03.001
Abstract(4302) PDF(154)
Effect of High Pressure on Exoproteinase of Bacillus subtilis
XIE Hui-Ming, HUANG Xun-Duan, PAN Jian, ZENG Qing-Mei, WANG Hai-Xiang, JIANG Ye-Lei
2007, 21(1): 95-102 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2007.01.016
Abstract(4204) PDF(139)
Study on the Technique of Electric Gun Loading for One Dimensionally Planar Strain
WANG Gui-Ji, ZHAO Jian-Heng, TANG Xiao-Song, TAN Fu-Li, WU Gang, LIU Hai-Tao, KUANG Xue-Wu
2005, 19(3): 269-274 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2005.03.013
Abstract(4175) PDF(161)
Ferroelectric/Antiferroelectric Phase Transition Studies of PZT-95/5 Ceramics under Shock Loading
LIU Gao-Min, TAN Hua, YUAN Wan-Zong, WANG Hai-Yan, ZHANG Yi
2002, 16(3): 231-236 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2002.03.013
Abstract(4269) PDF(148)
High Temperature and High Pressure Synthesis and Study of 0212-Type Ca3Cu2O4+Cl2-y
YANG Da-Xiao, LIU Qing-Qing, GAO Wei-Bo, YU Wen, LI Feng-Ying, JIN Chang-Qing
2007, 21(1): 15-19 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2007.01.003
Abstract(4319) PDF(261)
Shock Wave Crystallization of Amorphous Alloys FeSiB, FeMoSiB and FeCuNbSiB
ZHAO He-Yun, KAN Jia-De, WANG Hai, LIU Zuo-Quan
2002, 16(2): 131-136 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2002.02.008
Abstract(4196) PDF(132)
Equation of state of detonation products for PETN explosive
ZHAO Yan-Hong, LIU Hai-Feng, ZHANG Gong-Mu
2009, 23(2): 143-149 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2009.02.011
Abstract(4509) PDF(155)
Study on Standard Cylinder Test Technology and Data Processing Method
SUN Zhan-Feng, LI Qing-Zhong, SUN Xue-Lin, WU Jian-Hua, TANG Tie-Gang
2008, 22(2): 160-166 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2008.02.009
Abstract(4336) PDF(149)
Numerical Simulation of Craters Produced by Projectile Hypervelocity Impact on Aluminum Targets
ZHANG Wei, MA Wen-Lai, MA Zhi-Tao, PANG Bao-Jun
2006, 20(1): 1-5 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2006.01.001
Abstract(4123) PDF(143)
New Method for Calculating Cold Energy, Cold Pressure and Cohesive Energy of Solids
RAN Xian-Wen, TANG Wen-Hui
2003, 17(1): 50-55 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2003.01.008
Abstract(4595) PDF(208)
Ballistic Limit Analysis for Projectiles Impacting on Dual Wall Structures at Hypervelocity
DING Li, ZHANG Wei, PANG Bao-Jun, LI Can-An
2007, 21(3): 311-315 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2007.03.016
Abstract(4285) PDF(132)
Influence of Ultra High Pressure on Peroxidase Pectin Methyl Esterase and Soluble Protein in Litchi Fruit
HUANG Li, SUN Yuan-Ming, PAN Ke, CHEN Bai-Nuan, LIANG Di-Wen, CHEN Guo-Lian, YU Hong-Ying
2005, 19(2): 179-183 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2005.02.014
Abstract(4531) PDF(139)
Research on Dynamic Compressive Testing and Mechanical Properties of Silicon Rubber
ZHAO Xi-Jin, LU Fang-Yun, LIN Yu-Liang
2004, 18(4): 328-332 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2004.04.007
Abstract(4485) PDF(171)
The Behavior of Diaspore under High Pressure and High Temperature
LI Ming, LI Li-Xin, YANG Wu-Ming, ZHANG Pei-Feng, GAO Chun-Xiao, HE Chun-Yuan, HAO Ai-Min, LI Yan-Chun, LI Xiao-Dong, LIU Jing, et al
2008, 22(3): 333-336 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2008.03.020
Abstract(4652) PDF(154)
Pressure Effects on the Elastic Properties of the hcp Lithuim
CHEN Chang-Bo, CUI Tian, LIU Zhi-Ming, ZOU Guang-Tian, WEI Meng-Fu, CHEN Chang-An
2005, 19(4): 331-336 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2005.04.008
Abstract(4272) PDF(193)
Electrical Property and Phase Transition of CdSe under High Pressure
HE Chun-Yuan, GAO Chun-Xiao, LI Ming, HAO Ai-Min, HUANG Xiao-Wei, YU Cui-Ling, ZHANG Dong-Mei, WANG Yue, ZOU Guang-Tian
2008, 22(1): 39-42 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2008.01.009
Abstract(4163) PDF(139)
Constitutive Behaviors of a Silicone Rubber at High Strain Rates
LIN Yu-Liang, LU Fang-Yun, LU Li
2007, 21(3): 289-294 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2007.03.012
Abstract(4327) PDF(156)
Study on the Curves of Melting Temperature Pressure of Al, Cu and Pb
ZHENG Wei-Tao, ZHANG Rui-Lin
1993, 7(1): 42-46 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.1993.01.006
Abstract(4348) PDF(175)
An Eulerian Adaptive Mesh Refinement Method for Three Dimensional Elastic-Plastic Hydrodynamic Simulations
LIU Jun, HE Chang-Jiang, LIANG Xian-Hong
2008, 22(1): 72-78 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2008.01.016
Abstract(4256) PDF(150)
Experimental Research on Glass Transition Temperature of Polymers in Compressed CO2
LI Zhi-Yi, MENG Ting-Yu, LIU Xue-Wu, WANG Yi, HU Da-Peng
2006, 20(3): 243-248 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2006.03.004
Abstract(4121) PDF(154)
Interface Treatment Method for Multi-Component Fluids Numerical Simulation
ZHANG Xue-Ying, ZHAO Ning, WANG Chun-Wu
2006, 20(3): 249-256 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2006.03.005
Abstract(4492) PDF(184)
Initial Porosity Effect on the Shaped Charge Jet Behavior
LI Ru-Jiang, SHEN Zhao-Wu, WANG Feng-Ying
2008, 22(4): 445-448 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2008.04.019
Abstract(4356) PDF(149)
Modified Einstein Model to Consider Thermal Effect and Applied to Three Universal Equations of State
ZHANG Chao, SUN Jiu-Xun, TIAN Rong-Gang, LI Ming
2007, 21(3): 269-278 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2007.03.009
Abstract(4295) PDF(194)
Factors Analysis of Debris Cloud's Shape of Hypervelocity Impact
TANG Mi, BAI Jing-Song, LI Ping, ZHANG Zhan-Ji
2007, 21(4): 425-432 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2007.04.016
Abstract(4220) PDF(149)
A Study on Square Plate Dynamic Response under Underwater Explosion
WU Cheng, JIN Yan, LI Hua-Xin
2003, 17(4): 275-282 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2003.04.006
Abstract(4207) PDF(154)
Study on Penetration of Concrete Targets by Ogive-Nose Steel Projectile
ZHOU Ning, REN Hui-Qi, SHEN Zhao-Wu, HE Xiang, LIU Rui-Chao
2007, 21(3): 242-248 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2007.03.004
Abstract(4297) PDF(167)
Effect of High Pressure (HP) Treatments on Polyphenoloxidase (PPO) Activity in Pear Juices
ZENG Qing-Mei, PAN Jian, XIE Hui-Ming, YANG Yi, HUANG Xun-Duan
2004, 18(2): 144-148 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2004.02.009
Abstract(4289) PDF(189)
Synchrotron Radiation Diffraction of Gallium Oxide under High Pressure
CUI Qi-Liang, TU Bao-Zhao, PAN Yue-Wu, WANG Cheng-Xin, GAO Chun-Xiao, ZHANG Jian, LIU Jing, ZOU Guang-Tian
2002, 16(2): 81-84 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2002.02.001
Abstract(4446) PDF(216)
Pressure Calibration for the Sample Cell of YJ-3000t Multi-Anvil Press at High-Temperature and High-Pressure
SHAN Shuang-Ming, WANG Ri-Ping, GUO Jie, LI He-Ping
2007, 21(4): 367-372 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2007.04.006
Abstract(4394) PDF(207)
Influence of Ultra High Pressure (UHP) on Micro-organisms in Watermelon Juice
ZENG Qing-Mei, PAN Jian, XIE Hui-Ming, YANG Yi, XU Hui-Qun
2004, 18(1): 70-74 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2004.01.012
Abstract(4229) PDF(145)
Instantaneous Void between Thermo-Baric Charge and Warhead Shell under Launching
ZHANG Qi, CUI Jun-Mei, JI Yan-Hua, WEI Ke-Zhen, DANG Hai-Yan, QIN Bin
2008, 22(1): 48-52 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2008.01.011
Abstract(4520) PDF(204)
Study on the Intensity of the Cylindrical Vessel by the Inner Underwater Explosion Shock Wave
FAN Zi-Jian, SHEN Zhao-Wu, LIAO Xue-Yan, LIU Yuan-Dong
2008, 22(4): 402-408 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2008.04.011
Abstract(4388) PDF(146)
Multi-Shock Hugoniot Equation of State of Liquid Carbon Monoxide Measured By an Optical Analysis Technique
ZHENG Xue-Ping, LIU Fu-Sheng, ZHANG Ming-Jian, CHEN Xian-Meng, SUN Yue
2008, 22(4): 419-424 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2008.04.014
Abstract(4166) PDF(178)
Experimental Studies on Air Drag Coefficient of Spherical Tungsten Fragments
TAN Duo-Wang, WANG Guang-Jun, GONG Yan-Qing, GAO Ning
2007, 21(3): 231-236 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2007.03.002
Abstract(4469) PDF(234)
The Experimental and Theoretical Study on the Incident Pulse Shaping Technique
ZHAO Xi-Jin, LU Fang-Yun, WANG Wu, LI Ying-Hua, LIN Yu-Liang
2004, 18(3): 231-236 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2004.03.007
Abstract(4177) PDF(154)
2D Numerical Simulation of Spallation in Three Steels with the Damage Function Model
PEI Xiao-Yang, LI Ping, DONG Yu-Bin
2007, 21(1): 71-76 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2007.01.012
Abstract(4061) PDF(135)
Research on Piezoresistance Sensitivity of Yb Film Sensor
TENG Lin, YANG Bang-Chao, DU Xiao-Song, ZHOU Hong-Ren, CUI Hong-Ling, XIAO Qing-Guo
2004, 18(1): 90-93 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2004.01.016
Abstract(4166) PDF(142)
Mechanic Performances of Anti-Shoot Alumina Ceramic under Shock-Loading
DUAN Zhuo-Ping, GUAN Zhi-Yong, HUANG Feng-Lei
2003, 17(1): 29-34 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2003.01.005
Abstract(4424) PDF(344)
Effects of High Hydrostatic Pressure Treatment on Holothurians Autoenzyme Activity
XIA Yuan-Jing, LIU Zhi-Jun, LI Ning, CHEN Shu-Hua, DENG Ji-Song, LIU Xue-Wu, LI Zhi-Yi
2009, 23(5): 377-384 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2009.05.009
Abstract(4361) PDF(128)
Long-Time Correlation Effects and Fractal Braonian Motion
WANG Ke-Gang, LONG Qi-Wei
1991, 5(1): 52-56 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.1991.01.008
Abstract(4399) PDF(163)
First Principles Study of the Elastic, Electronic and Optical Properties of CdO under Pressure
HE Kai-Hua, ZHENG Guang, CHEN Gang, Lü Tao, WAN Miao, XIANG Dong, JI Guang-Fu
2007, 21(3): 299-304 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2007.03.014
Abstract(4623) PDF(162)
PbTe Syntheses by High-Pressure and High-Temperature Approach
ZHU Pin-Wen, JIA Xiao-Peng, CHEN Hai-Yong, CHEN Li-Xue, LI Dong-Mei, GUO Wei-Li, MA Hong-An, REN Guo-Zhong, ZOU Guang-Tian
2002, 16(3): 183-187 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2002.03.004
Abstract(4109) PDF(155)
A Numerical Analysis of the Influence of Buffer Material on Tantalum Flier Plate Velocity in the Hypervelocity Launcher
BAI Jing-Song, SHEN Qiang, TANG Mi, HU Jian-Bo, LUO Guo-Qiang, TAN Hua, ZHANG Lian-Meng
2008, 22(1): 19-24 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2008.01.005
Abstract(4399) PDF(153)
High Pressure Synthesis and Electric Transport Properties of La Filled CoSb3 Skutterudite Thermoelectric Materials
JIANG Yi-Ping, JIA Xiao-Peng, MA Hong-An, SU Tai-Chao, DONG Nan, DENG Le
2009, 23(2): 87-90 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2009.02.002
Abstract(4581) PDF(128)
An Improved of Experimental Hypervelocity Launcher and Simulation
BAI Jing-Song, TANG Mi, HUA Jing-Song, LI Ping, TAN Hua
2007, 21(3): 253-258 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2007.03.006
Abstract(4114) PDF(138)
Effect of High Pressure on Seed Germination and Seedling Growth of Wheat
LIANG Ling, ZHANG Zheng-Mao, DUAN Xu-Chang, YANG Gong-Ming, LI Guo-Long
2005, 19(3): 241-246 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2005.03.009
Abstract(4188) PDF(166)
Expressions of Cold Specific Energy and Cold Pressure for Detonation Products
LI Yin-Cheng
2005, 19(1): 71-79 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2005.01.013
Abstract(4150) PDF(138)
An Investigation on the Entropy Argument in Detonation Models
HU Shao-Ming, LI Chen-Fang
2004, 18(4): 345-352 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2004.04.010
Abstract(4498) PDF(142)
Numerical Method of Simulating Underwater Explosion on Unstructured Moving Grids
WANG Bing, XU Hou-Qian, TAN Jun-Jie
2008, 22(3): 291-297 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2008.03.012
Abstract(4490) PDF(136)
Experimental Investigation on the Detonation Cellular Structure Caused by C5~C6 Cloud Fuel Mixtures
HE Xiao-Bo, XIE Li-Feng, PENG Jin-Hua
2005, 19(3): 230-234 .   doi: 10.11858/gywlxb.2005.03.007
Abstract(2202) PDF(91)

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