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Study of damage phenomena induced by edge effects into materials under laser driven shocks

Abstract : Spallation of materials induced by laser driven shock waves is generally produced under uniaxial (one-dimensional (1D)) deformation by irradiating a spot of diameter much greater than the sample thickness. Here, two-dimensional (2D) effects are introduced in shock wave propagation by drastically reducing the loaded spot. Experiments performed on aluminium samples detect the effect of lateral wave propagation, both on recovered samples and on time-resolved VISAR measurements. Damage zones are localized completely differently from that under uniaxial condition, according to the presence of 2D effects, and the signature of these 2D effects can be read on VISAR signals. Numerical simulations provide a full understanding of wave propagation and resulting damage in 1D or 2D configuration. Comparisons with experimental VISAR signals show the possibility of validating more accurately the dynamic damage criteria, including the 2D effects.
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M. Boustie, J.-P. Cuq-Lelandais, C. Bolis, L. Berthe, Sophie Barradas, et al.. Study of damage phenomena induced by edge effects into materials under laser driven shocks. Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics, IOP Publishing, 2007, 40, pp.7103-7108. ⟨10.1088/0022-3727/40/22/036⟩. ⟨hal-00192717⟩

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