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The Symposium on Zirconium in Nuclear Applications was held 21–24 August 1973 in Portland, Ore., and was co-sponsored by the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) Committee B-10 on Refractory Metals and Alloys and by the Institute of Metals Division, The Metallurgical Society of the American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical, and Petroleum Engineers (AIME). Program planning was done jointly by representatives of the ASTM Subcommittee B10.02 on Zirconium and Hafnium and by the TMS-IMD Nuclear Metallurgy Committee of AIME. J.H. Schemel, AMAX Specialty Metals Corp., presided as the symposium chairman, and H.S. Rosenbaum, General Electric Co., served as the symposium co-chairman. The session chairman and co-chairman included: A.L. Bement, Jr., Massachusetts Institute of Technology; A. Lowe, Jr., Babcock & Wilcox Company; M.L. Picklesimer, National Bureau of Standards; P.L. Rittenhouse, Union Carbide Corporation; D.E. Thomas, Westinghouse Electric Company; J. Wahler, Combustion Engineering, Inc.; and C.D. Williams, General Electric Company.
Rosenbaum H., Schemel J.
Development of a Closed-End Burst Test Procedure for Zircaloy Tubing
Hardy D., Lowe A., Stewart J.
Uniform Ultrasonic Inspection of Fuel Sheath Tubing
Abbott D., Cross B.
Improved Metallography of Zirconium Alloys
Baroch E., Danielson P., Kaufmann P.
Dual Analysis of Longitudinal and Transverse Zirconium Tensile Stress-Strain Data
Garde A., Reed-Hill R.
Determination of Complete Plane-Stress Yield Loci of Zircaloy Tubing
Drefahl K., Dressler G., Matucha K., Wincierz P.
Thermomechanical Control of Texture and Tensile Properties of Zircaloy-4 Plate
Dahl J., McKenzie R., Schemel J.
Creep Strength of Zircaloy Tubing at 400°C as Dependent on Metallurgical Structure and Texture
Andersson T., Hofvenstam A., Källström K.
Pilger Tooling Design for Texture Control
McKenzie R., Schemel J.
Directionality of the Grain Boundary Hydride in Zircaloy-2
Ishino S., Kawanishi H., Mishima Y.
Use of Ion Bombardment to Study Irradiation Damage in Zirconium Alloys
Adamson R., Bell W., Lee D.
Mechanisms of Irradiation Creep in Zirconium-Base Alloys
Dollins C., Nichols F.
Variation of Zircaloy Fracture Toughness in Irradiation
Kass J., Walker T.
Strength and Ductility of Neutron Irradiated and Textured Zircaloy-2
Lee D., Rieger G.
Plastic Instability in Irradiated Zr-Sn and Zr-Nb Alloys
Cheadle B., Ellis C., van der Kuur J.
Assessment of Fracture Studies on Zircaloy-2 Pressure Tubes
Cowan A., Johnson E., Pickles B.
Irradiation Damage Recovery in Some Zirconium Alloys
Carpenter G., Watters J.
Microstructure of the Oxide Films Formed on Zirconium-Based Alloys
Airey G., McDonald S., Sabol G.
Characterization of Zircaloy Oxidation Films
Urquhart A., Vermilyea D.
Fracture of Zircaloy-2 in an Environment Containing Iodine
van der Schaaf B.
Study of Zirconium Alloy Corrosion Parameters in the Advanced Test Reactor
Johnson A., LeSurf J., Proebstle R.
Paper ID: STP551-EB