Comparative results of experiments aimed at studying the evolution of dust-laden jets induced by the presence of structural elements and grooves on the surface of loaded specimens are reported. The results are obtained with the use of pulsed X-ray diffraction radiography and synchrotron radiation. Information on dust density changes in synchrotron diagnostics is obtained by using multiframe filming. In the case of single-frame recording by means of pulsed X-ray diffraction radiography, a glancing detonation wave was used for studying the dust behavior instead of the normal wave.
- dust-laden jets
- pulsed X-ray diffraction radiography
- synchrotron radiation