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It is assumed that particulation first occurs between the neck and the head of the jet. At the interface between these two parts, a considerable velocity gradient (several km/s differences) exists and eventually, the head pulls away from the neck. After this initial particulation, the rest of the jet begins to breakup and if uninterrupted, will particulate completely. Characterization of the time before particulation, or breakup time, is of great importance to shaped charge designers. Explosive pulsed plasma antennas for information protection 23 The breakup time of the jet can be increased by: 1.
5l and mass in 300g values. 32 Advanced Microwave and Millimeter Wave Technologies: Semiconductor Devices, Circuits and Systems 6. Acknowledgement The author would like to thanks Vedran Kordic for invitation me as an editor of the present book. The preparation of this chapter would not have been possible without the support of our father and mother. 7. References 1. Anishchenko, Y. V. (1997). Radiation Initiated by a Surface Wave Propagating along a Long Plasma Column with a Varying Impedance. Plasma Physics Reports, Vol.
2005). Cumulative plasna jet formation for acceleration of macroparticles, 9th Korea-Russia International Symposium on Science and Technology / KORUS 2005, June 26-July 2, 2005, NSTU, Russia. 33. V. (2006). Experimental research on reactive type plasma antenna for secure WiFi networks, 8th Int. Conf. 26-28, 2006. 34. Prof. Dr. ru/2677/ 35. V. 4, N 12, pp. 78-86 (in Russian). 36. V. (1992) The calculation experiment technology, Proceedings of the 2nd Int. Symp. 581-587. Exploiting the semiconductor-metal phase transition of VO2 materials: a novel direction towards tuneable devices and systems for RFmicrowave applications 35 x3 Exploiting the semiconductor-metal phase transition of VO2 materials: a novel direction towards tuneable devices and systems for RF-microwave applications Crunteanu Aurelian1, Givernaud Julien1, Blondy Pierre1, Orlianges Jean-Christophe2, Champeaux Corinne2 and Catherinot Alain2 1XLIM, 2SPCTS, CNRS/ Université de Limoges CNRS/ Université de Limoges France 1.
Adv. Microwave and Millimeter Wave Techs - Devices, Circs and Systems by M. Mukerjee