Investigations of the exploding wire process as a source for high temperature studies

by E. C. Cassidy

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Statementby E.C. Cassidy, S. Abramowitzand C.W. Beckett.
SeriesNational Bureau of Standards monograph 109
ContributionsAbramowitz, S., Beckett, C. W., National Bureau of Standards.
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Open LibraryOL19629012M

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Investigations Of The Exploding Wire Process As A Source For High Temperature Studies (National Bureau Of Standards Monograph ) November Esther C Cassidy, Stanley Abramowitz and Charles W Beckett. Our recent studies show that the precipitous rise in resistance during the initial expansion of the wire occurs because of a radially symmetrical, inward travelling, vaporization wave which transforms the wire to a nonconducting gas.

Presence of the inward travelling vaporization wave implies longer heating of the wire interior and a temperature rise with decreasing by: 9. The exploding wire method or EWM is a way to generate plasma that consists in sending a strong enough pulse of electric current through a thin wire of some electrically conductive material.

The resistive heating vaporizes the wire, and an electric arc through that vapor creates an explosive shockwave. Exploding wires are used as detonators for explosives, as momentary high intensity light.

This overview covers investigations and designs that demonstrate the opportunity to use the phenomenon of the electrical explosion of wire to produce weakly aggregated nanopowders of metals, alloys, mixtures, and oxides. Some general regularities that facilitate the choice of the circuit parameters and dimensions of the exploding wire necessary for producing particles of the required Cited by:   Exploding wire is performed by rapidly heating the wire to vaporization temperature with a high current pulse flowing through the wire.

Exploding wires have found many applications among which are the opening switches named fuses in the circuits for inductive energy storage, the discharge loads of X-pinch or Z-pinches, namely wire array Z Cited by: 1. The flash of light observed in discharging large condensers through a very thin wire has been used as a light source for obtaining photographs and for making visual studies of rapidly moving objects.

Copper wire was found most suitable for photographic exposures. Wires made of silver and Chromel gave good results in visual work. The energy emitted by an exploding copper wire was determined by.

A comprehensive investigation of the steady-state wire drawing process has been done to study the effects of various process variables on important drawing parameters and deformation, the process.

It is shown that the process is remarkably efficient in abstracting energy from the wire explosion to effect high temperature pyrolyses, and that the major reaction forming acetylene, hydrogen, and solids occurs in a narrow zone of very high temperature, while most of the surrounding gas is relatively cold.

(a) The detonator. The exploding bridge-wire (EBW) detonator was invented in Los Alamos towards the end of the Second World War [].The aim was to create a safe detonator with highly repeatable functioning time (less than 1 μs) coupled to a powerful explosive output booster.

This was achieved by discharging a high voltage capacitor across a short, very fine, gold wire to create an air. Gernot H. Gessinger, in Materials and Innovative Product Development, Introduction. High-temperature superconductors (HTSCs), when discovered in [2], presented a huge challenge but also opportunity to companies like ABB, GE, and Siemens to radically improve their case study traces the development of large-scale applications, such as superconducting fault current.

rate of wire-bond degradation in PEMs is temperature, and high-temperature storage (HTS) testing is widely used to accelerate WB failures. However, parameters of distributions of WB failure established, and the activation energies reported in literature vary in a wide range from eV to eV [2, 5].

The Ag wire ( mm in diameter) was installed in the cylinder filled with the liquids. The capacitor was charged to 3 kV and the current flowed through the wire when the spark-gap switch was closed. High-temperature plasma was generated by the electrical energy deposited in the wire and was condensed by the basic fluids.

International Journal of Material Science (IJMSCI) Volume 3 Issue 1, March The Sorption Properties of Exploding Wire Prepared Ag, Fe and ZnO Nanoparticles for Nitrite Removal.

Systematic investigations made a good start in at high current densities the temperature has no time to be equalized between the grains and a conductor disperses into particles having dimensions correlating with the crystallite sizes. Anderson G W and Neilson F W Use of the ‘action integral’ in exploding wire studies Exploding.

Generation of ultra-high pressure, temperature and density at the axis of converging cylindrical shock wave produced by underwater electrical wire array explosion will be reported. wire radius and externally applied voltage so that the wire passes through solid, liquid, and gas phases.

Consequently, EW is an ideal problem for validation of hydrodynamic codes and material models. As Rosenthal and Desjarlais point out, ―the importance of good exploding wire. More than 35 years ago an X-pinch was suggested at the P.

Lebedev Institute as two or four fine wires arranged so that they crossed and touched at a single point, forming an ‘‘X’’ shape, as the load of the high current pulsed power generator Don ( kA current amplitude, 40 ns rise time) [1 1.S.M.

Zakharov, G.V. Ivanenkov, A.A. Kolomenskii, S.A. Pikuz, A.I. Samokhin, et al., Wire X. Abstract: In an electrothermal-chemical (ETC) gun, electrical energy from a storage device is used to influence the combustion processes that occur within a conventional gun chamber.

This typically occurs via a dense, highly nonideal plasma. The ability to simulate an ETC gun system is dependent upon a prediction of the output from the plasma generator. with a high level definition of a process, using a diagram to specify the process boundaries, inputs, outputs, customers, and requirement.

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However, the resulting particles can be nonstoichiometric due to preferential vaporization of volatile arsenic from a gallium arsenide source. To produce stoichiometric GaAs clusters by direct vaporization, a method. Use this wire in high-voltage applications, such as in high-power signs and lasers.

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This patented process allowed. Water electrolysis with a fast change of polarity generates a high concentration of bulk nanobubbles containing H 2 and O 2 gases. When this concentration reaches a critical value, a microbubble pops up, which is terminated quickly in an explosion process.

In this paper, we provide experimental information on the phenomenon concentrating on the dynamics of exploding microbubble observed from. The experiments described in this paper use exploding (or ‘inverse’) wire arrays16 as plasma sources.

An explod-ing wire array consists of a cylindrical cage of thin wires which surround a thick central conductor (Fig. 1a). The base of the cage is attached to the anode of the MAG-PIE generator, and the central conductor is attached to the.

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