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    STP1270

    Microstructural Evolution of Austenitic Stainless Steels Irradiated in a Fast Reactor

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    Abstract

    Analysis of the microstructure of the stainless steels 16Cr15Ni3MoNb and 18Cr10NiTi, irradiated at temperatures where changes in phase stability occur due to radiation-induced segregation, shows that the stability of second-phase particles depends on the structure of particle-matrix interface.

    Keywords:

    radiation-induced segregation, phase transformation, swelling, microchemical evolution, dislocation structure


    Author Information:

    Borodin, OV
    Research scientist, senior research scientist, head of laboratory, head of department, National Scientific Center Kharkov Institute of Physics & Technology, Kharkov,

    Bryk, VV
    Research scientist, senior research scientist, head of laboratory, head of department, National Scientific Center Kharkov Institute of Physics & Technology, Kharkov,

    Voyevodin, VN
    Research scientist, senior research scientist, head of laboratory, head of department, National Scientific Center Kharkov Institute of Physics & Technology, Kharkov,

    Neklyudov, IM
    Research scientist, senior research scientist, head of laboratory, head of department, National Scientific Center Kharkov Institute of Physics & Technology, Kharkov,

    Shamardin, VK
    Head of laboratory, senior research scientist, Institute of Atomic Reactors, Dimitrivgrad,

    Neystroev, VS
    Head of laboratory, senior research scientist, Institute of Atomic Reactors, Dimitrivgrad,


    Committee/Subcommittee: E10.08

    DOI: 10.1520/STP16510S