Future Pulsed Magnetic Field Applications in Dynamic High Pressure Research
The generation of large pressures by magnetic fields to obtain equation of state information is of fairly recent origin. Magnetic fields used in compression experiments rise gradually, and therefore produce an almost isentropic sample compression. High pressure state points well off the shock Hugoniot can be produced, particularly for “soft” materials, and the data obtained can thus complement that obtained from shock wave techniques.
KeywordsCapacitor Bank Axial Magnetic Field Isentropic Compression Circuit Inductance Magnetic Compression
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