STP1046

    Variations of Phase and Structure in Austenitic Stainless Steel Under Heavy Ion Irradiation

    Published: Jan 1990


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    Abstract

    The paper presents a brief survey of the authors' results in the study of the evolution of dislocation, phase and void structures in austenitic stainless steels under heavy ion irradiation. Stainless steels of the types, Cr18Nil0Ti, Cr16Nil5Mo3Nb. and Cr16NillMo3, in different structural environments were studied. The analysis of structure and composition of unirradiated and irradiated specimens was made using a 100-keV transmission electron microscope (TEM-100) with a spectrometer, “Link Systems 860.”

    Keywords:

    stainless steels, irradiation, fast breeder reactors, fusion reactors


    Author Information:

    Voyevodin, VN
    Head of laboratory, director, and department head, Institute of Physics and Technology of Ukrainian Academy of Sciences, Kharkov,

    Zelensky, VF
    Head of laboratory, director, and department head, Institute of Physics and Technology of Ukrainian Academy of Sciences, Kharkov,

    Neklyudov, IM
    Head of laboratory, director, and department head, Institute of Physics and Technology of Ukrainian Academy of Sciences, Kharkov,


    Paper ID: STP24641S

    Committee/Subcommittee: E10.02

    DOI: 10.1520/STP24641S


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