Nonlinear Spatial Localized Strain Waves
Research Institute for Mechanics, National Research Lobachevsky State University of Nizhni Novgorod,
23, Gagarin av.,
2 Mechanical Engineering Research Institute of Russian Academy of Sciences, 85, Belinskogo st., Nizhny Novgorod, 603024, Russia
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Published online: 7 September 2018
A possible way of study of single waves in solids is discussed. The soliton is one of these waves without shape and parameters varying. Soliton deformation parameters are connected with the elastic moduli of the third order that allows defining values of these moduli by means of the measured solitondeformation parameters in various type waveguides made of the same material. The conditions under which a soliton can exist in a rod are analytically determined. For simultaneous excitation of loading in several wave guides two new energetic photosensitive structures (the mixtures are given) initiated by means of short light impulses of noncoherent light sources are proposed. Conditions of excitation of the waves on the basis of multipoint optical initiation loading impulses are described. As a technique for registration the shadowgraph visualization is proposed. It is discussed, how the problem connected to the use of energetic initiation structures consisting in the power background illumination can be solved. The shadow scheme with the use of a tiny dot explosive light source (Tbr ~41 kK) allows to carry out modelling experiments on research of slabbing actions, jet formations, fluffings, hydrodynamic instability during shock-wave loading of investigated samples, which makes it attractive for determination of parameters in equations-of-state for investigated materials, creation of numerical models and their validation. Some examples showing basic possibility of application of the declared techniques are included.
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