DYNAMIC RESPONSE OF SINGLE CRYSTALLINE COPPER SUBJECTED TO QUASI-ISENTROPIC, GAS-GUN DRIVEN LOADING

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A transmission electron microscopy study of quasi-isentropic gas-gun loading (peak pressures between 18 GPa and 52 GPa) of [001] monocrystalline copper was carried out. The defect substructures at these different pressures were analyzed. Current experimental evidence suggests a deformation substructure that transitions from slip to twinning, where twinning occurs at the higher pressures ({approx}52 GPa), and heavily dislocated laths and dislocation cells take place at the intermediate and lower pressures. Evidence of stacking faults at the intermediate pressures was also found. Dislocation cell sizes decreased with increasing pressure and increased with distance away from the surface of impact. The results ... continued below

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Jarmakani, H; Mc Naney, J M; Schneider, M S; Cao, B Y; Orlikowski, D; Nguyen, J H et al. November 2, 2005.

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A transmission electron microscopy study of quasi-isentropic gas-gun loading (peak pressures between 18 GPa and 52 GPa) of [001] monocrystalline copper was carried out. The defect substructures at these different pressures were analyzed. Current experimental evidence suggests a deformation substructure that transitions from slip to twinning, where twinning occurs at the higher pressures ({approx}52 GPa), and heavily dislocated laths and dislocation cells take place at the intermediate and lower pressures. Evidence of stacking faults at the intermediate pressures was also found. Dislocation cell sizes decreased with increasing pressure and increased with distance away from the surface of impact. The results from the quasi-isentropic experiments are compared with that of flyer-plate and laser shock experiments carried out by Cao et al. [1] and Schneider et al. [2], respectively. The Preston-Tonks-Wallace and Zerilli-Armstrong constitutive descriptions are used to model both isentropic and shock compression experiments and predict the pressure at which the slip-twinning transition occurs in both cases. Both models predict a higher transition for isentropic then for shock experiments, and indeed, that twinning should not take place in the ICE experiments at the pressures investigated.

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  • Report No.: UCRL-TR-216902
  • Grant Number: W-7405-ENG-48
  • DOI: 10.2172/886674 | External Link
  • Office of Scientific & Technical Information Report Number: 886674
  • Archival Resource Key: ark:/67531/metadc876248

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Jarmakani, H; Mc Naney, J M; Schneider, M S; Cao, B Y; Orlikowski, D; Nguyen, J H et al. DYNAMIC RESPONSE OF SINGLE CRYSTALLINE COPPER SUBJECTED TO QUASI-ISENTROPIC, GAS-GUN DRIVEN LOADING, report, November 2, 2005; Livermore, California. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc876248/: accessed August 20, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.