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Phase Diagram of Iron

  • A. I. Funtikov
Part of the High-Pressure Shock Compression of Condensed Matter book series (SHOCKWAVE)

Abstract

In experiments with strong shock waves, iron is used as a standard to determine the dynamic compressibility of other materials [1]. Thus, when the reflection method is used, the parameters of a material under investigation are defined through the use of a double-compression Hugoniot or a decompression isentrope of iron. Particular difficulties arise when these processes lead to states in the field of phase changes of iron. Hugoniot data for iron are also of great interest for problems of impact and shock-wave loading of targets.

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Phase Diagram Shock Wave Phase Boundary Melting Curve Sound Velocity 
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