High-energy-density physics based on HIAF

  title={High-energy-density physics based on HIAF},
  author={Yong-tao Zhao and Zimin Zhang and Rui Cheng and Dieter Hoffmann and Bubo Ma and Younian Wang and Yuyu Wang and Xing Wang and Z G Deng and Jieru Ren and Wei Liu and Wei Qi and Xin Qi and Youwu Su and Yingchao Du and Fuli Li and Jinyu Li and Jie Yang and Jian-Cheng Yang and Lei Yang and Guoqing Xiao and Dong L. Wu and Bin He and Yuan-Hong Song and Xiao’an Zhang and Shizheng Zhang and Lin Zhang and Ya Zhang and Yanning Zhang and Benzheng Chen and Yanhong Chen and Zheng Zhou and Xianming Zhou and Weimin Zhou and Hongwei Zhao and Quantang Zhao and Zong-qing Zhao and Xiaoying Zhao and Zhanghu Hu and Feng Wan and Jianxing Li and Zhongfeng Xu and Fei Gao and Chuanxiang Tang and Wenhui Huang and Shuchun Cao and LeiFeng Cao and Li-na Sheng and Wei Kang and Yu Lei and Wenlong Zhan},
  journal={SCIENTIA SINICA Physica, Mechanica \& Astronomica},
High-energy-density physics (HEDP) deals with the study of matter under extreme conditions with an energy density higher than 1011 J/m3, corresponding to a pressure of 100 GPa. Such matter exists in abundance in deep interiors of the planets and stars. It also exists for a short duration during nuclear explosion and the loading of high-power-pulsed machines. HEDP is the international frontier of national security, astrophysics and fusion science, and it is also one of the main scientific goals… 
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Longitudinal Beam Dynamics for the Heavy-Ion Synchrotron Booster Ring at HIAF
To accelerate high-intensity heavy-ion beams to high energy in the booster ring (BRing) at the High-Intensity Heavy-Ion Accelerator Facility (HIAF) project, we take the typical reference particle


Observation of a high degree of stopping for laser-accelerated intense proton beams in dense ionized matter
The experimental evidence on one order of magnitude enhancement of intense laser-accelerated proton beam stopping in dense ionized matter is reported, in comparison with the current-widely used models describing individual ion stopping in matter.
Significant Contribution of Projectile Excited States to the Stopping of Slow Helium Ions in Hydrogen Plasma
The energy deposition and the atomic processes, such as the electron-capture, ionization, excitation and radiative-decays for slow heavy ions in plasma remains an unsolved fundamental problem. Here
High-energy-density-science capabilities at the Facility for Antiproton and Ion Research
The Facility for Antiproton and Ion Research (FAIR) will employ the World's highest intensity relativistic beams of heavy nuclei to uniquely create and investigate macroscopic (millimeter-sized)
Modulation of ion beams in two-component plasmas: Three-dimensional particle-in-cell simulation
The propagation of low energy continuous ion beams through background plasmas is studied numerically using a three-dimensional particle-in-cell code. It is found that after the well known
Particle-in-cell simulation of transport and energy deposition of intense proton beams in solid-state materials.
Simulation results indicate that the collective electromagnetic effects have a significant influence on the transport and energy deposition of proton beams.
Visualizing the melting processes in ultrashort intense laser triggered gold mesh with high energy electron radiography
High energy electron radiography (HEER) is a promising tool for high energy density physics diagnostics, apart from other tools like X/{\gamma} ray shadowgraphy and high energy proton radiography.
Two dimensional hydrodynamic simulations of metal targets under irradiation of intense proton beams: Effects of target materials
The hydrodynamic behavior of metal targets when heated by intense proton beams was simulated numerically. The dependence of the achieved warm dense matter state for targets with different materials