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Fig. 6.4. At relatively low pressures the shock speeds observed for stress waves in low density powder compacts are dominated by the crush-up of the powder toward solid density. The figure shows measured wavespeeds for a range of densities and fits to the data based on Herrmann s P-a model on Fe. Note the unusually low wavespeeds compared to solid density (after Herrmann [69H02]). |

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