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12 July 1983 Application Of Fast Infrared Detectors To Detonation Science
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Infrared radiometers have been used to make time-resolved emission measurements of shocked explosives. Instruments of moderate time resolution were used to estimate temperatures in shocked but not detonated explosives. The heterogeneity of the shock-induced heating was discovered in pressed explosives by two-band techniques, and the time-resolved emittance or extent of hot spot coverage indicated a great dependence on shock pressures. Temperatures in moderately shocked organic liquids were also measured. Faster response radiometers with 5 ns rise times based on InSb and HgCdTe photovoltaic detectors were constructed and tested. Preliminary data on reactive shocks and detonations reveals a resolution of the heating in the shock wave and the following reaction.
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William G. Von HoIle and Roy A. McWilliams "Application Of Fast Infrared Detectors To Detonation Science", Proc. SPIE 0366, Modern Utilization of infrared Technology VIII, (12 July 1983); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.934228
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