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TEM of neutron, proton and self-ion irradiation damage in FeCr alloys

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In the absence of a high-flux fusion-neutron irradiation source, the microstructural and mechanical changes expected within materials exposed to a nuclear-fusion environment must be replicated by fission-neutron and other surrogate-particle irradiations. This study uses transmission electron microscopy (TEM) to compare the microstructural defects produced in FeCr alloys during exposure to neutrons, protons, and self-ions.

Alloys of Fe6Cr and Fe9Cr were irradiated using fission-neutr...

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University of Oxford

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EP/L01663X/1
Funding agency for:
Jack Haley
Type of award:
DPhil
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Doctoral
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University of Oxford

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