TECHNIQUES FOR RAPID SCREENING OF THE SWELLING CHARACTERISTICS OF ION-IRRADIATED METALS

A. Taylor, J. Stubbins, J. Moteff

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Abstract

A quick, efficient experimental method for screening the temperature and dose dependencies of swelling in ion-bombarded metals has been presented. The temperature-gradient specimen holder permits a continuous temperature drop across the specimen to be maintained during irradiation. Separate beam ports allow three dose levels to be attained for any given run, or they may be used to compare swelling with and without helium injection. Postirradiation step-height measurements reveal integrated void-swelling values as a function of temperature and dose.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationExperimental methods for charged-particle irradiations
EditorsD Kramer
Pages42-50
Number of pages9
StatePublished - 1975
Externally publishedYes

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Metal ions
Swelling
Screening
Thermal gradients
Temperature
Dosimetry
Helium
Irradiation

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Taylor, A., Stubbins, J., & Moteff, J. (1975). TECHNIQUES FOR RAPID SCREENING OF THE SWELLING CHARACTERISTICS OF ION-IRRADIATED METALS. In D. Kramer (Ed.), Experimental methods for charged-particle irradiations (pp. 42-50)

TECHNIQUES FOR RAPID SCREENING OF THE SWELLING CHARACTERISTICS OF ION-IRRADIATED METALS. / Taylor, A.; Stubbins, J.; Moteff, J.

Experimental methods for charged-particle irradiations. ed. / D Kramer. 1975. p. 42-50.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Taylor, A, Stubbins, J & Moteff, J 1975, TECHNIQUES FOR RAPID SCREENING OF THE SWELLING CHARACTERISTICS OF ION-IRRADIATED METALS. in D Kramer (ed.), Experimental methods for charged-particle irradiations. pp. 42-50.
Taylor A, Stubbins J, Moteff J. TECHNIQUES FOR RAPID SCREENING OF THE SWELLING CHARACTERISTICS OF ION-IRRADIATED METALS. In Kramer D, editor, Experimental methods for charged-particle irradiations. 1975. p. 42-50
Taylor, A. ; Stubbins, J. ; Moteff, J. / TECHNIQUES FOR RAPID SCREENING OF THE SWELLING CHARACTERISTICS OF ION-IRRADIATED METALS. Experimental methods for charged-particle irradiations. editor / D Kramer. 1975. pp. 42-50
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