Michael Nitishinskiy

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A brief review of the results obtained in recent research of underwater electrical explosions of wires and wire arrays using microsecond-, submicrosecond-, and nanosecond-timescale high-current generators is presented. In a microsecond-timescale wire explosion, good agreement was attained between the results of experiments and the results of(More)
The generation of strong (≥30 T) magnetic fields is important for basic research and different applications. The generation of such strong magnetic fields involves high energy (>100 kJ) pulse generators and magnetic fields >100 T are usually obtained by destructive methods. The measurement of such strong magnetic fields involves either Hall(More)
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