Production of Voids in Stainless Steel by High-Voltage Electrons / FA. Garner, LE. Thomas
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- Effects of Radiation on Substructure and Mechanical Properties of Metals and Alloys (1972 : Los Angeles, Calif.)
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- Garner, FA.
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- Neutron-induced void formation in 300 series stainless steels was simulated by 1000-keV electron bombardment of thin foils in a high-voltage microscope. Stereomicroscopy was used to determine the effect of surface proximity and to establish minimum foil thickness criteria for irradiations that would yield results characteristic of bulk material. Irradiation of specimens which are too thin yields misleading results, including an apparent saturation of swelling which actually is an artifact of the surface influence. Bulk-characteristic irradiations lead to volume increases as large as 100 percent without saturation.
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- Volume 1973, Issue 529 (January 1973)
- 9780803146273 (e-ISBN)
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- Includes bibliographical references 24.
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