Journal of engineering physics

, Volume 28, Issue 2, pp 182–186 | Cite as

Interaction of the radiation from a flash tube with the cooling liquid

  • M. I. Tribel'skii
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Abstract

An analytical solution is found for the nonlinear hydrodynamic problem describing the reaction of the cooling liquid which partially absorbs radiation from a flash tube, in the case of a single flash of the latter. A method of reducing the pressure in the liquid, in order to increase the limiting load of the flash tube, is described.

Keywords

Radiation Statistical Physic Cool Liquid Hydrodynamic Problem Single Flash 

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