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Title: Equation of state for hot dense matter using a relativistic screened hydrogenic model
Authors: Mendoza, M. A. 
Rubiano, J. G. 
Gil, J. M. 
Rodriguez, R. 
Florido, R. 
Martel, R.
Mínguez, Emilio
UNESCO Clasification: 22 Física
2205 Mecánica
Keywords: Screened Hydrogenic Model
Issue Date: 2011
Project: Determinación de Propiedades Radiativas, Termodinamicas y Diagnosis Espectroscopica de Plasmas de Interés Científico-Tecnológico 
Conference: 38th EPS Conference on Plasma Physics 2011, EPS 2011 
Abstract: The study of matter under conditions of high density, pressure, and temperature is a valuable subject for inertial confinement fusion (ICF), astrophysical phenomena, high-power laser interaction with matter, etc. In all these cases, matter is heated and compressed by strong shocks to high pressures and temperatures, becomes partially or completely ionized via thermal or pressure ionization, and is in the form of dense plasma. The thermodynamics and the hydrodynamics of hot dense plasmas cannot be predicted without the knowledge of the equation of state (EOS) that describes how a material reacts to pressure and how much energy is involved. Therefore, the equation of state often takes the form of pressure and energy as functions of density and temperature. Furthermore, EOS data must be obtained in a timely manner in order to be useful as input in hydrodynamic codes. By this reason, the use of fast, robust and reasonably accurate atomic models, is necessary for computing the EOS of a material.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10553/45564
ISBN: 9781618395931
Source: 38th EPS Conference on Plasma Physics 2011, EPS 2011 - Europhysics Conference Abstracts, v. 351, p. 237-240
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