Li Yanfei1; Li Yutong1; Yuan Dawei2; Li Fang1; Zhu Baojun1; Zhang Zhe1; Zhong Jiayong3; Han Bo2; Wei Huigang2; Pei Xiaoxing2; Zhao Jiarui1; Liu Chang3; Yuan Xiaoxia3; Liao Guoqian1; Rhee Yongjoo4; Lu Xin1; Hua Neng5; Zhu Baoqiang5; Zhu Jianqiang5; Fang Zhiheng6; Huang Xiuguang6; Fu Sizu6; Zhao Gang2; Zhang Jie7
Source Publicationchinesephysicsb
AbstractA bow shock is formed in the interaction of a high-speed laser-driven plasma cloud with a cylinder obstacle. Its temporal and spatial structures are observed by shadowgraphy and interferometry. The width of the shock transition region is ~ 50 μm, comparable to the ion-ion collision mean free path, which indicates that collision is dominated in the shock probably. The Mach-number of the ablating plasma cloud is ~ 15 at first, and decreases with time resulting in a changing shock structure. A two-dimension hydrodynamics code, USim, is used to simulate the interaction process. The simulated shocks can well reproduce the observed.
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4.Center for Relativistic Laser Science, Institute for Basic Science
5.National Laboratory on High Power Lasers and Physics
6.Shanghai Institute of Laser Plasma, Chinese Academy of Engineering Physics
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Li Yanfei,Li Yutong,Yuan Dawei,et al. bowshocksformedbyahighspeedlaserdrivenplasmacloudinteractingwithacylinderobstacle[J]. chinesephysicsb,2017,26(5):055202.
APA Li Yanfei.,Li Yutong.,Yuan Dawei.,Li Fang.,Zhu Baojun.,...&Zhang Jie.(2017).bowshocksformedbyahighspeedlaserdrivenplasmacloudinteractingwithacylinderobstacle.chinesephysicsb,26(5),055202.
MLA Li Yanfei,et al."bowshocksformedbyahighspeedlaserdrivenplasmacloudinteractingwithacylinderobstacle".chinesephysicsb 26.5(2017):055202.
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