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M.B. Agranat, S.I. Ashitkov, and P.S. Komarov, "Metal Behavior near Theoretical Ultimate Strength in Experiments with Femtosecond Laser Pulses," Mech. Solids. 49 (6), 643-648 (2014)
Year 2014 Volume 49 Number 6 Pages 643-648
DOI 10.3103/S0025654414060053
Title Metal Behavior near Theoretical Ultimate Strength in Experiments with Femtosecond Laser Pulses
Author(s) M.B. Agranat (Joint Institute for High Temperatures, Russian Academy of Sciences, ul.†Izhorskaya 13-2, Moscow, 125412 Russia, agranat2004@mail.ru)
S.I. Ashitkov (Joint Institute for High Temperatures, Russian Academy of Sciences, ul.†Izhorskaya 13-2, Moscow, 125412 Russia, ashitkov11@yandex.ru)
P.S. Komarov (Joint Institute for High Temperatures, Russian Academy of Sciences, ul.†Izhorskaya 13-2, Moscow, 125412 Russia, komarov-p@yandex.ru)
Abstract An interferometric method is used in the picosecond range to study the evolution of shock-compression waves generated in metallic film specimens by a powerful femtosecond laser. Shock waves with compression stress behind the elastic precursor front up to 27.5 GPa and 12.6 GPa, respectively, were registered in the case of submicron propagation length in iron and aluminum. The obtained values of the shear and bulk strength are comparable with computed values of the theoretical ultimate shear and tensile strength.
Keywords shock-compression wave, fracture, strength, strain rate, femtosecond laser pulse
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Received 11 August 2014
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