Combustion, Explosion and Shock Waves

, Volume 29, Issue 6, pp 734–739 | Cite as

Effect of the particle surface state on the particle consolidation in explosive compacting of powdered and granular materials

  • A. A. Shtertser


It is shown experimentally by explosive compacting of aluminum-based alloy granules and powder mxtures that the particle surface state, i.e., the thickness of the oxide (hydroxide) and of the adsorbed coatings has a significant effect on the magnitude of pressure, at which binding of the particles behind a shock wave front occurs. Both the initial granules and powders and those chemically cleaned were subjected to loading. Formulas are derived for calculating the binding shock wave pressure.


Welding Shock Wave Mass Velocity Shock Wave Front Impingement Angle 
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