Shocked materials at the intersection of experiment and simulation

@article{Lorenzana2008ShockedMA,
  title={Shocked materials at the intersection of experiment and simulation},
  author={Hector Lorenzana and J. Belak and K. S. Bradley and Eduardo M. Bringa and Kimberly Susan Budil and J. U. Cazamias and Bassem S. El-Dasher and James Hawreliak and Jan P. Hessler and Kai Kadau and Daniel H. Kalantar and James McNaney and Despina Milathianaki and K. Rosolankova and Damian C. Swift and M. Taravillo and T. van Buuren and Justin S. Wark and T. Diaz de la Rubia},
  journal={Scientific Modeling and Simulation SMNS},
  year={2008},
  volume={15},
  pages={159-186}
}
  • Hector Lorenzana, J. Belak, +16 authors T. Diaz de la Rubia
Understanding the dynamic lattice response of solids under the extreme conditions of pressure, temperature and strain rate is a scientific quest that spans nearly a century. Critical to developing this understanding is the ability to probe and model the spatial and temporal evolution of the material microstructure and properties at the scale of the relevant physical phenomena—nanometers to micrometers and picoseconds to nanoseconds. While experimental investigations over this range of spatial… CONTINUE READING

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