EOS Workshop

31 May – 2 June 2017

Data Submission

We expect all attendees to volunteer submitting their existing EOS data to the workshop so that we can compare them with each other to help establish the present status of EOS understanding for materials closely relevant to ICF and HED experiments. You can submit your EOS data by e-mail with attached files to the workshop organizers: shu@lle.rochester.edu or gaffney3@llnl.gov. There are three categories of EOS data to submit:

 

1.  The Principal Hugoniot Data (from both experiments and models/calculations for D2, Be, C, and CH:

 

    Data format example:

       ____________________________________________________________________________________

 

    !Description:  Hugoniot of Be predicted by EOS-model XXXX

    !Authors:  xxx, xxx, et al.

    ___________________________________________________

 

    VARIABLES="Rho (g/cc)"  “Pressure (Mbar)"  "T (eV)"

    3.0      0.556   0.235

    3.5      0.892   1.256

    …          ...       …

   

   (put zeros if data are not available)

 

 2. Off- Hugoniot EOS Data for Cases Listed in the Following:

 

  • Deuterium @ 0.1, 1.0, 10.0, 100.0, 1000.0 g/cc & T = 1.0, 10.0, 100.0, 1000.0-eV

 

  • Beryllium @  0.1, 1.0, 10.0, 100.0, 1000.0 g/cc & T = 1.0, 10.0, 100.0, 1000.0-eV

 

  • Carbon @ 0.1, 1.0, 10.0, 100.0, 1000.0 g/cc & T = 1.0, 10.0, 100.0, 1000.0-eV

 

  • CH @ 0.1, 1.0, 10.0, 100.0, 1000.0 g/cc & T = 1.0, 10.0, 100.0, 1000.0-eV

    Data format example:

        __________________________________________________________________________________________

 

    !Description:  Off-Hugoniot EOS data of Be predicted by XXX model

    !Authors:  xxx, xxx, et al.

    __________________________________________________________

 

 

    VARIABLES="Rho (g/cc)"  "T (eV)" "Pressure (Mbar)" "Internal Energy (eV/atom)"

    0.1      1.0          0.025      -35.954

    0.1      10.0        0.425        -7.364

    0.1      100.0      3.453         0.476

    0.1      1000.0   23.142      10.321

    …          ...           …            …

   

    (put zeros if data are not available; the energy “0” is referred to the ionization potential [Ip]

    of an isolated atom in ground-state)

 

3.  Pair-correlation function g(r) for Cases Listed above:

 

    Data format example:

         __________________________________________________________________________________________

 

    !Description:  g(r) for Be at rho=100.0-g/cc and T=10-eV

    !                      predicted by XXX model

    !Authors:  xxx, xxx, et al.

     __________________________________________________________

 

     VARIABLES=”r(Angstrom)”  “g(r)”

    0.1      0.00

    0.2      0.00

    0.4      0.05

    0.5      0.15

    0.6      0.52

    0.7      1.56

    0.8      3.45

    …          ...