study of a preaccelerator-prebunching technique for PHERMEX

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[Dept. of Energy], Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory, for sale by the National Technical Information Service] , Los Alamos, N.M, [Springfield, Va
Flash radiography, Radiog
StatementReynaldo Morales, Douglas Venable
SeriesLA ; 7782-MS
ContributionsVenable, Douglas, joint author, Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory
The Physical Object
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PHERMEX, a Pulsed High‐Energy Radiographic Machine Emitting X Rays, designed and built by members of the staff of the Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory, is a high‐current standing‐wave linear accelerator which generates intense bursts of x rays for flash radiographic studies of explosive‐driven metal systems.

A brief discussion is presented of the need for this device and of some of its design Author: Douglas Venable. The PHERMEX machine is a high-current, MeV, linear electron accelerator that produces very intense but short-duration bursts of brems-strahlung from a thin tungsten target for flash radiographic studies of explosives and explosive-driven metal systems, The facility was built in the early s to complement other hydrodynamics facilities at.

Research on explosives spans more than a century and has involved experimental, theoretical and computational studies. Many excellent text books have been written on explosives including those by Bowden and Yoffe, 1 1. Bowden and A. Yoffe, Initiation and Growth of Explosion in Liquids and Solids (Cambridge University Press, ).Cited by: The Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory radiographic facility, PHERMEX [2], has been used to study the density profile of a detonation wave proceeding up a large block of explosive both with free surfaces and confined by various metal by: 3.

Nevertheless flash radiography has played an important role in diagnosing explosive events, and measurements in shocked solids have given information on high pressure properties up to GPa.2 Information on the techniques employed is given in book^^,^ and conference proceeding^.^ An x-ray source consisting of a linear accelerator for Author: R.J.

Emrich. The technique was reported~ to be applied in a wide variety of investigations which include studies of chemical reactions,2 radioactive material,a ballistics, explosives,melting, materials under short-term stress and X-ray diffraction The large field of applications and the prospects foreseen for flash X-ray radiography made it an Cited by: 1.

This paper explores the Dead Zone (DZ) phenomenon in solid High Explosives (HEs), whereby weaker regions of a detonation shock fail to trigger prompt reaction, leaving behind them isolated pockets of substantially unburned explosive.

A key unanswered question is the extent to which DZs react in the following flow, and whether they contribute a significant amount of energy on timescales Cited by: 2. A method of injection into betatrons, which employs relativistic beams to overcome space charge limitations, is discussed.

The method eliminates the need to modify the betatron with a toroidal. Pulsed High-Energy Radiographic Machine Emitting X-Rays (PHERMEX): Applications To Study High-Pressure Flow And Detonation Waves Richard D.

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Dick Proc. SPIE1st European Conf on Cineradiography with Photons or Particles, pg 66 (9 August ); doi: / Reynaldo Morales has written: 'A study of a preaccelerator-prebunching technique for PHERMEX' -- subject(s): Radiography, Flash radiography Load More Trending Questions.

In this region, flash radiography or X-ray imaging technique is used both in industry CT and in the study of expansion and fracture of the metal shell (Gold and Baker,Li et al.,Tang et al., ). In the second case, an object with high strength is always set as a shield to prevent the fragments from damaging the image recording Cited by: 3.

THE PREMEX DELIVERY PROGRAMME. Tungsten carbide rods. various diameters and lengths, grade KX 40 / KX 44, ground h6, chamfered on one side, can be supplied ex stock (on short call) Milling Cutter blanks. with 4 lat.

exits. with 1 axial coolant duct and 4 lat. exits, fixed lengths, ground h6, on short call. Tungsten carbide rods. Properties of reduced density channels created by energy deposition from electron beams propagating in air are presented.

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A multi‐beam laser deflection technique used to diagnose the channels is de Cited by: 4. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the : Brendan Godfrey. Firmex is the most widely used virtual data room for supporting complex processes including diligence, compliance and litigation.

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The applications span a wide spectrum of flash x-ray energies and fluence, from keV commercial machines to the MeV, R PHERMEX. Addeddate Foldoutcount 0 Identifier PHERMEX_Data_volume_II Identifier-ark ark://t2n62jq8z Isbn Lccn No.SAN CHIA, JEN TE DISTRICT, TAINAN CITY, TAIWAN TEL: + FAX:+~7 The above statement is based on our current level of knowledge and covers the above products directly manufactured and supplied by CHI MEI.

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LASL Shock Hugoniot Data Narsh S.P. (Ed.) University of California Press, Jan 1, - Equations of state - pagesDuring and after World War II, there was a need for equation-of-state data at the Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory (LASL) and its predecessor, the Manhattan Project. Reynaldo Morales has written: 'A study of a preaccelerator-prebunching technique for PHERMEX' -- subject(s): Radiography, Flash radiography.

A photographic technique for study of metal free surfaces under acceleration by high explosives is presented.

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Methods for reducing the data from the photographic record are described. Answer. 1 2 3. Top Answer. Wiki User. A myelogram is a radiographic study of the spinal cord using. contrast medium. The process is known as myelography. 1/2 APPLICATION NOTE 35 Version 1 LayTec AG | Seesener Str.

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Diverging PBX Detonations Charles L. Mader, John D. Zumbro, and Eric N. Ferm Los Alamos National Laboratory Los Alamos, NM The Proton radiographic shot PRAD was designed to study the interaction of colliding, diverging PBX detonations. The shot consisted of a mm by mm cylinder of PBX initiated on the.

The 50 years of explosive technology and modeling described in this book have been driven by the genius of many dedicated scientists and engineers John M. Walsh created, in the s, the experimental techniques that resulted in much of the shock wave physics described in the Los Alamos Data Volumes.

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