Daehn, G. S.
|Characterization of High-Speed Flyer Evolution by Multi-Probe Photon Doppler Velocimetry
|In this paper, the shape evolution of an aluminium flyer is characterized by a 16-probe Photonic Doppler Velocimeter while being impulsed by a Vaporizing Foil Actuator. For high-speed manufacturing, understanding the shape evolution of a flyer can advance the understanding of the characteristics of the applied pressure as well as the dynamics of the material; however, shock-driven process conditions often make it difficult to perform an in-situ study due to its rapidity and high non-equilibrium nature. Characterization of flyer evolution is also essential for comprehending the mechanism of impact welding, as it can enable measuring the process parameters at the time of collision, thus allowing for the prediction of the weld interface structure. An example is provided with an Al-Mg weld interface, showing the process-microstructure relationship of an impact welding process.
photon Doppler Velocimetry
high strain rate
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