R.J. Bartlett

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The Rayleigh-Taylor Mix (RTMIX) project will attempt to diagnose and understand the growth of a mixing layer at the interface between an imploding metal liner and a polystyrene foam core in a series of pulsed power experiments on the Pegasus capacitor bank. Understanding the effects of material strength will be an important part of the study. During the(More)
The present study forms part of a large-scale survey aiming to address the prevalence of different forms of academic practice in university students (UK and International), differences between cohorts (quantitative and qualitative), and the attitudes that may underpin such practices. The present article addresses student's views regarding the acceptability(More)
Silicon photodiodes offer a number of advantages over conventional photocathode type soft X-ray detectors in pulsed power experiments. These include a nominally flat response, insensitivity to surface contamination, low voltage biasing requirements, sensitivity to low energy photons, excellent detector to detector response reproducibility, and ability to(More)
In the most general sense we are proposing that X-ray absorption spectroscopy (XAS) be used to extract information from laser and pulsed power experiments. The technique will not be adaptable to all types of experiments but in its many forms may be useful for a large variety of cases. Here we describe a particular case in which a high Z (relative to the(More)
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