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(PDF) A theoretical model of accelerated irradiation creep

Models employing the MFRT have been extensively used to describe radiation-induced phenomena such as void swelling and irradiation creep [73, 74]. Although MFRT and KMC models can be used to

A REVIEW OF IRRADIATION EFFECTS ON MECHANICAL

Dec 08, 2016 · The conclusion in Anderoglu et al. is that irradiation creep behaviour (i.e., creep compliance and swelling) of FM steels is comparable to or better than austenitic steels, and FM steels are promising for high-dose applications. Although the thermal conductivity and irradiation resistance of FM steels are good, the high-temperature A Review of Irradiation Effects on LWR Core Internal irradiation-related degradation issues are changes in material dimensions due to void swelling and stress relaxation due to radiation creep. The existing data on irradiated austenitic SSs are reviewed to determine the effects of key parameters such as material type and condition and irradiation temperature, dose, and dose rate on these processes.

Analysis of the influence of type of stress state on

Jul 29, 2012 · Analysis of the influence of type of stress state on radiation swelling and radiation creep of austenitic steels. We present some findings of the analysis of experimental data on the influence of the type of stress state on radiation swelling in austenitic steels. A constitutive equation has been derived which provides a description of the effect of triaxial stress state on swelling in austenitic Assessment of Void Swelling in Austenitic Stainless Steel considered, void swelling behavior of austenitic stainless steel (SS) core internals has become the subject of increasing attention. In this report, the available database on void swelling and density as well as the development and application of models for predicting the effects of irradiation. Void swelling results from the agglomeration

Comparison of swelling and irradiation creep behavior of

Jan 01, 2001 · In summary, when the two most important creep coefficients, B 0 (describing creep in absence of swelling) and D (describing swelling-enhanced creep) are evaluated from data on various commercial and developmental alloys, it appears that the D coefficient is essentially equal for fcc and bcc steels at 0.6×10 2 MPa 1, reflecting the ELECTRIC POWER RESEARCH INSTITUTE MRP Materials PWR internals austenitic stainless steel materials for each age-related degradation mechanism considered:irradiation embrittlement (relative to tensile and fracture toughness properties), fatigue, irradiation-assisted stress corrosion cracking, void swelling, and irradiation-enhanced stress relaxation/creep.

Examination of issues involved when using ion irradiation

Ion irradiation correctly forecast the different swelling behavior of bcc Fe -Cr and fcc Fe-Ni-Cr alloys 7 Johnston et al., 1983 Surface of Uranus 50 duplex alloy irradiated at 625°C to 140 dpa . Ferrite grains swell less than austenite grains due to different swelling rate and different temperature regime of swelling . 140 dpa F. A. Garner, Chapter 10, "Void swelling and irradiation Request PDF F. A. Garner, Chapter 10, "Void swelling and irradiation creep in light water reactor (LWR) environments", in Understanding and Mitigating Ageing in Nuclear Power Plants, Ed. P. G

Flux and Fluence Dependence of Irradiation Creep in

Flux and Fluence Dependence of Irradiation Creep in Austenitic Stainless Steels Malcolm Griffiths Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada K7L 3N6 At high doses, void swelling modifies the creep behaviour further because of the effect of the evolving cavity microstructure on the point defect fluxes to dislocations, but also Influence of minor elements on the dimensional stability To a pure Fe- Cr- Ni- Mo alloy of composition corresponding to the reference austenitic stainless steel 316L of the European fusion programme, carbon, nitrogen, silicon and phosphorus were added in amounts similar to those in 316L. These alloys and 316L were irradiated at 773 K with 6.2 MeV protons under a tensile stress of 100 MPa in order to determine irradiation creep and void swelling.

Irradiation Creep - an overview ScienceDirect Topics

Void swelling, irradiation creep, and embrittlement caused by fast neutron exposure of core structural materials are important phenomena that determine the permissible life of fuel elements in the core of FBRs. The objective of materials development is to increase the life of fuel elements in the core with a view to increasing the burn-up. Irradiation creep and void swelling of austenitic Nov 01, 1997 · The majority of the high fluence data on the void swelling and irradiation creep of austenitic steels was generated at relatively high displacement rates characteristic of fast reactors. The application of these data to other reactor systems which operate at lower displacement rates requires that some estimate be made of the dependence of swelling and irradiation creep on displacement rate.

Irradiation creep due to SIPA under cascade damage

Dec 31, 1992 · @article{osti_139208, title = {Irradiation creep due to SIPA under cascade damage conditions}, author = {Woo, C H and Garner, F A and Holt, R A}, abstractNote = {This paper derives the relationships between void swelling and irradiation creep due to Stress-Induced Preferred Absorption (SIPA) and SIPA-Induced Growth (SIG) under cascade damage conditions in an irradiated NUREG/CR-7027, 'Degradation of LWR Core Internal irradiation begins to affect material properties, (b) develop disposition curves for cyclic fatigue and irradiation assisted stress corrosion cracking (IASCC) growth rates, and (c) assess the significance of void swelling and irradiation stress relaxation/creep on the structural and functional integrity of

Radiation creep and phase instability of low-activation

Nov 09, 2011 · Results of a radiation creep experiment conducted in the FFTF fast reactor using the MOTA-2B temperature control facility maintained at ±5°C are presented. Helium-pressurized creep tubes were constructed from a reduced activation austenitic Fe-12 Cr-20 Mn-W steel and irradiated in contact with the sodium coolant. Five hoop stress levels were employed ranging from 0 to 140 MPa. The independence of irradiation creep in austenitic alloys Apr 01, 1997 · @article{osti_543296, title = {The independence of irradiation creep in austenitic alloys of displacement rate and helium to dpa ratio}, author = {Garner, F. A. and Toloczko, M. B. and Grossbeck, M. L.}, abstractNote = {The majority of high fluence data on the void swelling and irradiation creep of austenitic steels were generated at relatively high displacement rates and

The independence of irradiation creep in austenitic alloys

[en] The majority of high fluence data on the void swelling and irradiation creep of austenitic steels were generated at relatively high displacement rates and relatively low helium/dpa levels that are not characteristic of the conditions anticipated in ITER and other anticipated fusion environments. After reanalyzing the available data, this paper shows that irradiation creep is not directly Void swelling and irradiation creep in austenitic and Jul 01, 1993 · Journal of Nuclear Materials 202 (1993) 222-227 North-Holland Void swelling and irradiation creep in austenitic and martensitic stainless steels under cyclic irradiation Zhiyong Zhu, Peter Jung and Horst Klein Institut f Festkperforschung, Forschungszentrum Jich, Association Euratom - KFA, Postfach 1913, W-5170 Jich, Germany Received 9 November 1992; accepted 8 February 1993 A high purity austenitic

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