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Trunin, R. (1994) The Shock Compressibility of Condensed Matter in Powerful Shock Waves of Underground Nuclear Explosions. Progress in Physical Sciences, 164, 1214-1237.

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  • TITLE: Dynamical Examinations of Vibrator Models, Describing Some Non Elastic Properties of Crystals

    AUTHORS: Vladimir Kh. Kozlovskiy

    KEYWORDS: Anharmonic Vibrator, Gliding, Destruction, Adiabatic Curve

    JOURNAL NAME: World Journal of Condensed Matter Physics, Vol.7 No.3, August 24, 2017

    ABSTRACT: On the base of a vibrator atomic model the mechanical and thermal properties of the object are analyzed. The potential energy of the vibrator is represented by means of positive term with coordinate deflection in second power and negative term with deflection in fourth power. With the use of dynamical procedure of calculation, which permits to calculate mean deflection and root mean square amplitude of vibrations, the dependence of applied force from mean amplitude and temperature is calculated. This dependence shows a maximum (or minimum, when the direction of force is reversed), the height of which diminishes with rising temperature. When the force reaches the value of the maximum, the object does not elastic counteract to the force, and gliding begins. It is also considered a vibrator with positive term, containing the deflection in second power and a term, where the deflection treats in third power (Boguslawski vibrator). Exact calculations of the dependence of the force from the temperature in adiabatic process, where the entropy is maintained constant, shows that it is represented by means of a curve with a maximum, so that stretching leads to cooling till the point of maximum is reached.