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[en] Electric explosions of flat Al, Ti, Ni, Cu, and Ta foils with thicknesses of 1-16 μm, widths of 1-8 mm, and lengths of 5-11 mm were studied experimentally on the BIN, XP, and COBRA high-current generators at currents of 40-1000 kA and current densities of (5–50) × 108 A/cm2. The images of the exploded foils were taken at different angles to the foil surface by using point projection radiography with an X-pinch hot spot as the radiation source, the spatial resolution and exposure time being 3 μm and 50 ps, respectively, as well by the laser probing method with a spatial resolution of 20 μm and an exposure time of 180 ps. In the course of foil explosion, rapidly expanding objects resembling the core and corona of an exploded wire were observed. It is shown that the core of the exploded foil has a complicated time-varying structure.
[en] An analysis of more than 200 ohmic discharges in the T-10 tokamak shows that the formula proposed by L.A. Artsimovich in 1970 for describing the dependence of the ion temperature at the center of the plasma column on certain parameters of the plasma and of the device is valid with high accuracy
[en] The following must be added at the end of Acknowledgments:The study by JSC Research Institute of Precision Machine Manufacturing was supported by the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation, Agreement no. 14.576.21.0021 dated June 30, 2014. The unique identifier of this applied research project is RFMEF157614X0021.