Significance of Nickel and Copper Content to Radiation Sensitivity and Postirradiation Heat Treatment Recovery of Reactor Vessel Steels / JR. Hawthorne
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- Effects of Radiation on Materials (1982 : Scottsdale, Arizona)
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- This paper describes an experimental test in comfirmation of a suspected interaction between nickel alloying and copper impurities in steel radiation sensitivity development. The study was prompted by differences observed in radiation embrittlement trends for high nickel, high copper content versus low nickel, high copper content welds and for A533-B (0.4 to 0.7 percent Ni) versus A302-B (<<0.4 percent Ni) steel plates. The study also explored the influence of nickel content on notch ductility recovery attainable by a low temperature heat treatment after irradiation.
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