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Title: Analysis of microscopic magnitudes of radiative blast waves launched in xenon clusters with collisional-radiative steady-state simulations
Authors: Rodriguez, R. 
Espinosa, G. 
Gil, J. M. 
Florido, R. 
Rubiano, J. G. 
Mendoza, M. 
Martel, P. 
Minguez, Emilio
Symes, Daniel R.
Hohenberger, Matthias
Smith, R. A.
UNESCO Clasification: 2207 Física atómica y nuclear
Keywords: Radiative blast waves
Xenon plasmas
Electron temperature estimation
Radiative precursor
Shock shell, et al
Issue Date: 2013
Project: Determinación de Propiedades Radiativas, Termodinamicas y Diagnosis Espectroscopica de Plasmas de Interés Científico-Tecnológico 
Journal: Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer 
Abstract: Radiative shock waves play a pivotal role in the transport energy into the stellar medium. This fact has led to many efforts to scale the astrophysical phenomena to accessible laboratory conditions and their study has been highlighted as an area requiring further experimental investigations. Low density material with high atomic mass is suitable to achieve radiative regime, and, therefore, low density xenon gas is commonly used for the medium in which the radiative shocks such as radiative blast waves propagate. In this work, by means of collisional-radiative steady-state calculations, a characterization and an analysis of microscopic magnitudes of laboratory blast waves launched in xenon clusters are made. Thus, for example, the average ionization, the charge state distribution, the cooling time or photon mean free paths are studied. Furthermore, for a particular experiment, the effects of the self-absorption and self-emission in the specific intensity emitted by the shock front and that is going through the radiative precursor are investigated. Finally, for that experiment, since the electron temperature is not measured experimentally, an estimation of this magnitude is made both for the shock shell and the radiative precursor.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10553/45556
ISSN: 0022-4073
DOI: 10.1016/j.jqsrt.2013.03.019
Source: Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer [ISSN 0022-4073], v. 125, p. 69-83
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