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edited by R. A. Graham and Akira B. Sawaoka
出版情報: Switzerland : Trans Tech Publications, 1987  viii, 404 p. ; 25 cm
シリーズ名: Materials science surveys ; no.4
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edited by Akira B. Sawaoka
出版情報: Tokyo : KTK Scientific : Terra Scientific, c1992  122 p. ; 24 cm
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Preface Akira B. Sawaoka,
Chapter 1 SHOCK COMPRESSIONS OF MATERIALS AND NEW MATERIALS SYNTHESIS Akira B. Sawaoka, 1
Chapter 2 EXPLOSIVE TECHNIQUE FOR GENERATION OF HIGH DYNAMIC PRESSURE Shuzo Fujiwara, 7
Chapter 3 TWO-STAGE LIGHT GAS GUN AS A HIGH PRESSURE TOOL FOR MATERIALS SCIENCE STUDY Akira B. Sawaoka, 23
Chapter 4 A LAUNCH OF A PROJECTILE BY A TWO-STAGE LIGHT GAS GUN AND ITS OPTICAL OBSERVATION Kunio Soga and Masao Shirouzu, 33
Chapter 5 RAIL GUN DEVELOPMENT AT TOKYO INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY Shu Usuba, Ken-ichi Kondo, and Akira B. Sawaoka, 49
Chapter 6 POWER SOURCES AND DIAGNOSTIC SYSTEM FOR RAILGUN Yozo Kakudate, Shu Usuba, Masatake Yoshida, Katutoshi Aoki, Katsumi Tanaka, and Shyuzo Fujiwara, 67
Chapter 7 DIAMOND AND CUBIC BORON NITRIDE SYNTHESIS BY MEANS OF SHOCK-COMPRESSION Nobuo Setaka and Tadao Sato, 87
Chapter 8 CHEMICAL EFFECTS OF SHOCK WAVES IN SOLIDS Yasuhiko Syono, 103
Preface Akira B. Sawaoka,
Chapter 1 SHOCK COMPRESSIONS OF MATERIALS AND NEW MATERIALS SYNTHESIS Akira B. Sawaoka, 1
Chapter 2 EXPLOSIVE TECHNIQUE FOR GENERATION OF HIGH DYNAMIC PRESSURE Shuzo Fujiwara, 7
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澤岡昭著
出版情報: 東京 : 森北出版, 1999.3  vi, 164p ; 22cm
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澤岡昭著 ; 成台絃[訳]
出版情報: [京城] : 韓国経済新聞社, 1993.8  198p ; 23cm
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澤岡昭著
出版情報: 名古屋 : 中日新聞社, 2012.4  141p ; 21cm
シリーズ名: 宇宙はすぐそこに ; [1]
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澤岡昭著
出版情報: 東京 : 森北出版, 2007.4  vi, 181p ; 22cm
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澤岡昭著
出版情報: 名古屋 : 中日新聞社, 2017.6  143p ; 21cm
シリーズ名: 宇宙はすぐそこに ; 2
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澤岡昭著
出版情報: 東京 : 森北出版, 2015.12  iv, 178p ; 22cm
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電子・光材料を学ぶために
導電材料と絶縁材料
誘電材料
圧電材料と電歪材料
磁気材料
磁気記録材料
半導体素子
半導体素子の製造
光材料
ディスプレイと光記録
エネルギー材料
超伝導材料
電子・光材料を学ぶために
導電材料と絶縁材料
誘電材料
概要: 本書は全12章から成り、どの章からでも学べるオムニバス式です。各節にある例題で確認しながら学び、章末の演習問題で理解を深めましょう。
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東工大
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図書
東工大
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A.B. Sawaoka (ed.)
出版情報: Tokyo ; New York : Springer-Verlag, c1993  xiv, 227 p. ; 25 cm
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Chapter1 Heterogeneous Distribution of Temperatures and Pressures in the Shock Recovery Fixtures and its Utilization to Materials Science Study 1
   1 Introduction 1
   2 Reasonable Size of recovery fixture 2
   3 Sock wave reflection in solids 2
   4 Recovery assemblt of a very thin specimen,sandwiched bertween high impedance materials 5
   5 Recovery fixtvire having thick specimen chamber 6
   5.1 Gun recovery expermint
   5.2 Explosive recovery expermint
   6 Numerical simulation of shock compression in the recovery capsule 8
   7 Shock compression of a solid by means of converging shock waves 11
   7.1 Simulation of conically converging shock wave in the rod-in-cylinder structure 11
   7.2 Shock compression of iron by using the conically converging technique 13
   8 Conclusions 15
Chapter2 Dynamic Synthesis of Superhard Materials 17
   1 Introduction 17
   2 Dynamic synthesis of super hard materials 17
   3 Considerations of synthesis mechanism 21
   4 Conclusions 30
Chapter3 Solid State Reactivity of Shock-Processed Solids 35
   1 Introduction 35
   2 Shock modification of shock-processed solids 36
   3 Single-component system 36
   3.1 Solid -solid interaction 36
   3.2 Solid-liquid interactions 48
   3.3 Solid-gas interactions 50
   4 Multiple-component Systems 52
   4.1 Conventional reaction processing 53
   4.2 Shock compression processing 55
   5 Summary and concluding remarks 61
Chapter4 Shock-Induced Chemical Reactions in Inorganic Powder Mixtures 67
   1 Introduction 67
   2 Materials synthesis 68
   2.1 Aluminades 68
   2.2 Diamond 76
   2.3 Diamond/ceramics composites 77
   3 Computational modeling 79
   4 Conclusions 98
Chapter5 Shock Effects on Structural and Superconducting Properties of High Tc Oxides 101
   1 Introduction 101
   2 Specific features of high Tc oxides as type II superconductor 102
   3 Mechanical and chemical effects of shock waves on high Tc oxides 103
   3.1 Shock synthesis and decomposition 103
   3.2 Shock compaction 103
   3.3 Shock-induced strain 103
   3.4 Deformation textures and induced defects 105
   4 Shock effects on superconductiong properties 107
   4.1 Shock effects on Tc 107
   4.2 Effect on pinning energy 108
   5 Concluding remarks 110
Chapter6 Shock compression studies on ceramic materials 113
   1 Introduction 113
   2 Experimental facilities combined with the keyed-powder gun 114
   2.1 Keyed-powder gun 114
   2.2 Inclined-mirror method 116
   2.3 Manganin-gauge method 117
   2.4 Electromagnetic-gauge method 119
   3 Shock compression studies on selected ceramics 120
   3.1 Alumina(Al2O3) 120
   3.2 Zirconia(ZrO2) 124
   3.3 Silicon nitride(Si3N4) 131
   4 Phenomenological discussion on the shock-yielding phenomena of brittle materials 132
   4.1 Some problems in experimental and analysis of shock compression of solids 133
   4.2 Classification of the shock-yielding phenomena of solids 134
   4.3 Correlation with some crystal state and thermal property 138
   5 Concluding remarks 141
Chapter7 The role of Thermal Energy in Shock Consolidation 145
   1 Introduction 145
   2 Energy deposition during shock processing 145
   3 Experimental techniques 145
   3.1 Cylindrical system 154
   3.2 Sawaoka system 154
   4 Consolidation experiments:Results and discussion 158
   4.1 Hot shock consolidation 159
   4.2 shock consolidation followed by annealing or hot isostatic pressing 165
   4.3 Reaction-assisted shock consolidation 171
   5 Conclusions 175
Chapter8 A New Processing for rhe Self-propagating High Temperature Synthesis(SHS)Combined with Shock Compression Technique 177
   1 Introduction 177
   2 Explosive treatment of final SHS products 179
   3 Shock wave effects in starting SHS compositions 185
   4 Concomitant occurrence of SHS and explosive pressing 186
   5 Conclusions 192
Chapter9 Shock wave interaction in solid materials 195
   1 Introduction 195
   2 Gas gun based methods of realizing wave interaction 196
   2.1 Shock wave registration system 197
   2.2 New procedure of generating shock convergence or collision 199
   3 Symmetrically converging cylindrical shock waves in solids 201
   3.1 Approximate theory of converging shock waves in condensed media 201
   3.2 Converging shock wave:a unique application 206
   4 Collision of plane shock waves and Mach stem produced by conical convergence 211
   4.1 Regular and irregular reflection 212
   4.2 Experimental procedures 216
   4.3 Results and discussion 219
   5 Concluding remarks 223
Chapter1 Heterogeneous Distribution of Temperatures and Pressures in the Shock Recovery Fixtures and its Utilization to Materials Science Study 1
   1 Introduction 1
   2 Reasonable Size of recovery fixture 2
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図書
東工大
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Y. Horie and A.B. Sawaoka
出版情報: Tokyo : KTK Scientific, c1993  x, 364 p. ; 24 cm
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Preface
Chapter 1 INTRODUCTION
   1.1 The Nature of Shock Waves, 3
   1.2 Compaction of Powders and Shock Activation, 6
   1.3 First-Order Phase Transitions and Chemical Reactions, 10
   1.4 Time Scales and Interactions of Basic Mechanisms, 12
   1.4.1 Shock propagation in a particle assemblage, 12
   1.4.2 Energy localization, 12
   1.4.3 Thermal relaxation of hot spots, 14
   1.4.4 Mass diffusion in solids, 14
   1.4.5 Kinetic constants, 14
   1.5 Some Roles of Shock Compression Techniques in Material Sciences Study, 16
   1.5.1 Shock Compression Techniques as a tool of high pressure production, 16
   1.5.2 Appearance of diamond anvil-type high-pressure apparatus, 16
   1.5.3 New roles of Shock Compression Technology as a unique method of very high temperature production, 18
   1.5.4 Development of conventional hypervelocity impact techniques for precise measurement of materials under shock compression, 19
Chapter 2 FUNDAMENTALS OF SHOCK WAVE PROPAGATION
   2.1 Hydrodynamic Jump Conditions and the Hugoniot Curve, 23
   2.2 Shock Transition in Hydrodynamic Solids, 32
   2.3 Non-Hydrostatic Deformation of Solids, 42
   2.3.1 Elastic-ideally-plastic solids, 42
   2.3.2 Experimental observations of elastic-plastic behavior, 53
   2.4 Wave-body interactions, 56
   2.4.1 Preliminaries, 57
   2.4.2 Planar impact of similar and dissimilar bodies, 60
   2.4.3 Shock wave interaction with material boundaries, 61
   2.4.4 Wave-wave interactions, 65
   2.4.5 Detonation wave and interaction with a solid surface 66
Chapter 3 SHOCK COMPRESSION TECHNOLOGY
   3.1 Gun Techniques, 80
   3.1.1 Single stage gun, 80
   3.1.2 Conventional two stage light gas gun, 80
   3.1.3 Velocity measurement of projectile, 83
   3.1.4 Magnetoflyer method, 83
   3.1.5 CW x-ray velocity meter, 84
   3.1.6 Measurement of interior projectile motion, 86
   3.1.7 Recovery experiments, 87
   3.2 Explosive Techniques, 89
   3.2.1 Plane shock wave generation and recovery fixture、 89
   3.2.2 Numerical simulaation of shock compression in the recovery capsule, 91
   3.2.3 Cylindrical recovery fixture, 94
   3.3 In-situ Measurements, 95
   3.3.1 Manganin pressure gauge, 95
   3.3.2 Particle velocity gauge, 99
   3.3.3 Observations of multiple shock reverberations by using a manganin pressure gauge and particle velocity gauge, 100
   3.3.4 Shock temperature measurement, 106
   3.3.5 Copper-Constantan thermocouple as a temperature and pressure gauge, 111
Chapter 4 THERMOMECHANICS OF POWDER COMPACTION AND MASS MIXING
   4.1 A One Dimensional Particulate Model, 117
   4.2 Continuum Models, 123
   4.2.1 Hydrodynamic models, 124
   4.2.2 Continuum plasticity theory, 141
   4.2.3 Application, 148
   4.3 Particle Bonding and Heterogeneous Processes, 154
   4.4 Mass Mixing, 160
Chapter 5 THERMOCHEMISTRY OF HETEROGENEOUS MIXTURES
   5.1 Thermodynamic Functions of Heterogeneous Mixtures, 172
   5.2 Analytical Equations of State, 187
   5.3 Hugoniots of Inert Mixtures, 191
   5.3.1 Thermodynamically equilibrium models, 191
   5.3.2 Mechanical models, 197
   5.4 First-Order Phase Transitions, 199
   5.5 Chemical Equilibria, 206
   5.6 Reaction Kinetics, 212
   5.6.1 Rate equations, 212
   5.6.2 Nucleation, 214
   5.6.3 Growth, 216
   5.6.4 Pressure effects, 217
   5.7 Shock-Induced Reactions in Powder Mixtures, 218
Chapter 6 HYDRODYNAMICAL CALCULATIONS
   6.1 Conservation Equations of Continuum Flow, 227
   6.1.1 Mass conservation, 228
   6.1.2 Conservation of linear momentum, 230
   6.1.3 Enegy conservation, 231
   6.2 Constitutive Modeling of Inorganic Shock Chemistry, 234
   6.2.1 VIR model, 235
   6.2.2 Pore collapse, 239
   6.2.3 Chemical kinetics, 239
   6.2.4 Computational constitutive reactions, 240
   6.3 Applications of the VIR Model, 245
   6.3.1 Shock wave profiles in Ni/Al powder mixtures, 245
   6.3.2 Compaction of diamond with Si and graphite, 250
   6.4 Continuum Mixture Theory and the VIR Model, 257
   6.4.1 Continuum mixture theory, 257
   6.4.2 Derivation of the VIR model using the CMT, 263
   6.4.3 A model of heterogeneous flow, 269
Chapter 7 SHOCK CONDITIONING AND PROCESSING OF CERAMICS
   7.1 Shock Conditioning of Powder of Inorganic Materials, 277
   7.1.1 Brief review of shock conditioning studies, 277
   7.1.2 Aluminum oxide powder, 277
   7.2 Shock Synthesis of Inorganic Materials, 281
   7.2.1 Shock synthesis studies, 281
   7.2.2 High dense forms of carbon, 281
   7.2.3 High dense forms of boron nitride, 285
   7.2.4 Shock treatment of boron nitride powders, 287
   7.3 Shock Consolidation of Ceramic Powders, 301
   7.3.1 Why non-oxide ceramics?, 301
   7.3.2 Dynamic consolidation of SiC powders, 302
   7.3.3 Approach to the fabrication of crack free compacts, 304
   7.3.4 Shock consolidation of SiC powder utilizing post shock heating by exothermic reaction, 305
   7.4 Dynamic Compaction of Zinc Blende Type Boron Nitride and Diamond Powders, 310
   7.4.1 Back ground, 310
   7.4.2 Cubic boron nitride, 311
   7.4.3 Diamond, 318
   7.4.4 Diamond composites obtained by utilizzing exothermic chemical reaction, 326
   7.5 Very High Pressure Sintering of Shock Treated Powders, 332
   7.5.1 Silicon nitride, 334
   7.5.2 w-BN, 336
   7.6 Rapid Condensation of High Temperature Ultrasupersaturated Gas, 347
   7.6.1 Silicon nitride, 347
   7.6.2 Carbon, 352
Index, 361
Preface
Chapter 1 INTRODUCTION
   1.1 The Nature of Shock Waves, 3
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