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Washington State University Institute for Shock Physics

Recent Publications

  1. Biswas, A., H. Eilers, J. R. Hidden, O. C. Aktas and C. V. S. Kiran (2006). “Large Broadband Visible to Infrared Plasmonic Absorption from Ag Nanoparticles with a Fractal Structure Embedded in a Teflon Af® Matrix.” Applied Physics Letters 88(1): 013103-013101 to 013103-013103.
  2. Biswas, A., P. C. Karulkar, H. Eilers, M. G. Norton and D. Skorski (2006). “Vapor Phase Deposition of Nanostructured Polymer-Metal Composites for Advanced Technology Applications.” Vac. Tech. & Coat.
  3. Chen, X., J. R. Asay, S. K. Dwivedi and D. P. Field (2006). “Spall Behavior of Aluminum with Varying Microstructures.” Journal of Applied Physics 99(2): 023528-023521 to 023528-023523.
  4. Das, K., Y. M. Gupta and A. Bandyopadhyay (2006). “Titanium Silicide (Ti5si3) Synthesis under Shock Loading.” Materials Science and Engineering A 426(1-2): 147-156.
  5. Ding, J. L. (2006). “Thermal and Mechanical Analysis of Material Response to Non-Steady Ramp and Steady Shock Wave Loading.” Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids 54(2): 237-265.
  6. Dwivedi, S. K., J. R. Asay and Y. M. Gupta (2006). “Two Dimensional Mesoscale Simulations of Quasielastic Reloading and Unloading in Shock Compressed Aluminum.” Journal of Applied Physics 100(8): 083509-083501 to 083509-083515.
  7. Dwivedi, S. K., J. R. Asay and Y. M. Gupta (2006). “Effect of Varying Grain Strengths and Grain Boundary Strengths on Shock Response of 6061-T6 Aluminum.” International Symposium on Plasticity Proceedings.
  8. Eilers, H., A. Biswas, T. D. Pounds, M. G. Norton and M. Elbahri (2006). “Teflon Af/Ag Nanocomposites with Tailored Optical Properties.” Journal of Materials Research 21(9): 2168-2171.
  9. Grivickas, V., V. Bikbajevas and P. Grivickas (2006). “Indirect Absorption Edge of Tigase2 Crystals.” Phys. Status Solidi (b) 243(5): 31-33.
  10. Hemmi, N., Z. A. Dreger, Y. A. Gruzdkov, J. M. Winey and Y. M. Gupta (2006). “Raman Spectra of Shock Compressed Pentaerythritol Tetranitrate Single Crystals: Anisotropic Response.” Journal of Physical Chemistry B 110(42): 20948-20953.
  11. Huang, H. and J. R. Asay (2006). “Reshock Response of Shock Deformed Aluminum.” Journal of Applied Physics 100(4): 043514-043511 to 043514-043518.
  12. Huso, J., J. L. Morrison, H. Hoeck, X. B. Chen, L. Bergman, S. J. Jokela, M. D. McCluskey and T. Zheleva (2006). “Pressure Response of the Ultraviolet Photoluminescence of Zno and Mgzno Nanocrystallites.” Applied Physics Letters 89(17): 171909-171901 to 171909-171903.
  13. Jensen, B. J. and Y. M. Gupta (2006). “X-Ray Diffraction Measurements in Shock Compressed Magnesium Doped Lif Crystals.” Journal of Applied Physics 100(5): 053512-053511 to 053512-053516.
  14. McCluskey, M. D., S. J. Jokela and W. M. Hlaing Oo (2006). “Hydrogen in Bulk and Nanoscale Zno.” Physica B 376-377: 690-693.
  15. Perger, W. F., S. Vutukuri, Z. A. Dreger, Y. M. Gupta and K. Flurchick (2006). “First-Principles Vibrational Studies of Pentaerythritol Crystal under Hydrostatic Pressure.” Chemical Physics Letters 422(4-6): 397-401.
  16. Perger, W. F., J. Zhao, J. M. Winey and Y. M. Gupta (2006). “First-Principles Study of Pentaerythritol Tetranitrate Single Crystals under High Pressure: Vibrational Properties.” Chemical Physics Letters 428(4-6): 394-399.
  17. Turneaure, S. J., J. M. Winey and Y. M. Gupta (2006). “Response of a Zr-Based Bulk Amorphous Alloy to Shock Wave Compression.” Journal of Applied Physics 100(6): 063522-063521 to 063522-063510.
  18. Winey, J. M. and Y. M. Gupta (2006). “Nonlinear Anisotropic Description for the Thermomechanical Response of Shocked Single Crystals: Inelastic Deformation.” Journal of Applied Physics 99(2): 023510-023511 to 023510-023511.
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