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INTERNATIONAL NUCLEAR GRAPHITE SPECIALISTS' MEETING

09:20 Effects of Microstructure Change on Graphite Material Properties W. Windes, T. Yoder, A. Matthews and J. Kane 09:45 The Temperature Dependence of Defect Evolution in Irradiated Graphite Steve Johns, Joshua J. Kane, William E. Windes, Rick Ubic

Characterization and Modeling of Grain Boundary Chemistry Evolution

In the case of proton irradiated alloys, Kuwano reported α′ forming in alloys containing more than 9 at.% Cr, even for irradiation temperature of -60 oC [22].Jiao reported Cr rich clusters without specifying the composition in HT9 and HCM12 irradiated at 400 oC to 7 dpa [23].C to 7 dpa [23].

Modeling Defect Evolution in Irradiated 800H using Cluster

Modeling Defect Evolution in Irradiated 800H using Cluster Dynamics A Thesis Presented for the Master of Science Degree The University of Tennessee, Knoxville Acknowledgments I would like to express my thanks to Dr. Brian Wirth and Dr. Kohnert for their

Simulations of irradiated

2016/12/2Simulations of irradiated-enhanced segregation and phase separation in Fe– Cu–Mn alloys Boyan Li1, Shenyang Hu2,6, Chengliang Li3, Qiulin Li4, Jun Chen3, Guogang Shu3, Chuck Henager Jr2, Yuqing Weng5, Ben Xu1,6 and Wei Liu1,6 1 School of Materials Science and Engineering, Tsinghua University, People's Republic

THE DESCRIPTION OF WIGNER ENERGY AND ITS RELEASE FROM WINDSCALE PILE GRAPHITE

ab initio calculation of defect energies is unrealistic for even modestly irradiated graphite. Another important point noted in Ref. [11] is the different behaviour under irradiation of graphite compared with that previously irradiated and annealed.

Morphology evolution and defect distribution in irradiated

2018/12/1Molecular dynamics is carried out to study the morphology evolution and point defect distribution in irradiated graphite. Collision cascade processes are simulated in a wide PKA energy range (0.5–2.5 keV) by using the AIREBO potential. The formation process of a

Defect Evolution in High

Graphite has historically been used as a moderator material in nuclear reactor designs dating back to the first man-made nuclear reactor to achieve criticality (Chicago Pile 1) in 1942. Additionally, graphite is a candidate material for use in the future envisioned next-generation nuclear reactors (Gen IV); specifically, the molten-salt-cooled (MSR) and very-high-temperature reactor (VHTR

The Temperature Dependence of Defect Evolution in Irradiated Graphite

The Temperature Dependence of Defect Evolution in Irradiated Graphite Steve Johns1, Joshua J. Kane2, William E. Windes2, Rick Ubic1 K. Bustillo3 and Chinnathambi Karthik1* 1. Micron School of Materials Science and Engineering, Boise State University

Continuum modeling of localized deformation in

2013/1/1The microstructure of as-irradiated bcc metals is typically characterized by defect clusters and dislocation loops (primarily interstitial-type),, . On being subjected to tensile deformation, cellular structures of dislocations are observed at low radiation doses (0.2 dpa) [17] .

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evolution after irradiation: identify the initial mobile species in irradiated Si-doped (n-type) and C-doped ( p -type) GaAs, deduce the resulting defect chemistry reaction networks, and predict the associated quantities that characterize the radiation-induced defect chemistry responsible for

Evolution of small defect clusters in ion

Evolution of small defect clusters in ion-irradiated 3C-SiC: Combined cluster dynamics modeling and experimental study By C. Liu, L. He, Y. Zhai, B. Tyburska-Pschel, P.M. Voyles, K. Sridharan, D. Morgan and I. Szlufarska Cite BibTex Publisher: Elsevier BV

Modeling dislocation evolution in irradiated alloys

Neutron irradiation of structural materials leads to such observable changes as creep and void swelling. These effects are due to differential partitioning of point defects. Although most radiationproduced point defects recombine with an antidefect, a very small fraction of the defects survives. The surviving defect fraction is directly related to the density and type of extended defects that

(PDF) Wigner defects bridge the graphite gap

Wigner defects bridge the graphite gap Ahlam Ahlam Related Papers The contribution made by lattice vacancies to the Wigner effect in radiation-damaged graphite By S. berg, C. Latham, and M. Heggie Covalent pathways in engineering h-BN supported By By

Computational Modeling of Defects and Microstructure Dynamics

Computational Modeling of Defects and Microstructure Dynamics in Materials under Irradiation Anter EL-AZAB Computational Science Materials Science Programs Florida State University Collaborations Dieter Wolf (INL) Srujan Rokkam, Santosh Dubey, FSU

Atomistic

Overall trends in the evolution of defects with respect to a dose, as well as the defect characteristics, were in good agreement with experimental results. Additionally, the statistics in the defect types generated by different irradiating ions suggested that the most frequently observed defect types were Stone-Thrower-Wales (STW) defects for He+ irradiation and monovacancy (MV) defects for

Atomistic

Overall trends in the evolution of defects with respect to a dose, as well as the defect characteristics, were in good agreement with experimental results. Additionally, the statistics in the defect types generated by different irradiating ions suggested that the most frequently observed defect types were Stone-Thrower-Wales (STW) defects for He+ irradiation and monovacancy (MV) defects for

(PDF) Modelling of radiation defects evolution in

In the evolution process of the model in two-and three-dimensional lattices it was revealed that defect structure represents dynamic fractal of the disordered configuration.Calculation of information entropy as a measure of disorder was performed for the system.

Modeling of Dislocation Channel Formation and Evolution

Abstract Defect-free dislocation channel formation has been reported to promote plastic instability during tensile testing via localized plastic flow, leading to a distinct loss of ductility and strain hardening in many low-temperature irradiated materials. In order to study

Evolution of small defect clusters in ion

Evolution of small defect clusters in ion-irradiated 3C-SiC: Combined cluster dynamics modeling and experimental study By C. Liu, L. He, Y. Zhai, B. Tyburska-Pschel, P.M. Voyles, K. Sridharan, D. Morgan and I. Szlufarska Cite BibTex Publisher: Elsevier BV

Study of defect evolution by TEM with in situ ion

The defect loss to the surfaces in an irradiated thin foil was modeled successfully. TEM with in situ ion irradiation of Mo thin foils was also explicitly designed to compare with neutron irradiation data of the identical material that will be used to validate the model developed for thin foils.

Raman Spectroscopy for Quantitative Analysis of Point

We report the development of Raman spectroscopy as a powerful tool for quantitative analysis of point defect and defect clusters in irradiated graphite. Highly oriented pyrolytic graphite (HOPG) was irradiated by 25 keV Hesup+/sup and 20 keV Dsup+/sup ions. Raman spectroscopy and transmission electron microscopy revealed a transformation of irradiated graphite into amorphous

Phase field modeling of void nucleation and growth in irradiated

in the system, defect clusters such as voids and gas bubbles can migrate as a result of these gradients [1,2,13,14]. As such, there is a need for spatially resolved models of microstructure evolution in irradiated materials to better understand the process of

FIRST

evolution after irradiation: identify the initial mobile species in irradiated Si-doped (n-type) and C-doped ( p -type) GaAs, deduce the resulting defect chemistry reaction networks, and predict the associated quantities that characterize the radiation-induced defect chemistry responsible for

Morphology evolution and defect distribution in

2018/12/1Molecular dynamics is carried out to study the morphology evolution and point defect distribution in irradiated graphite. Collision cascade processes are simulated in a wide PKA energy range (0.5–2.5 keV) by using the AIREBO potential. The formation process of a

(PDF) Modelling of radiation defects evolution in

In the evolution process of the model in two-and three-dimensional lattices it was revealed that defect structure represents dynamic fractal of the disordered configuration.Calculation of information entropy as a measure of disorder was performed for the system.

[1701.01463] Evolution of small defect clusters in ion

2017/1/3Distribution of black spot defects and small clusters in 1 MeV krypton irradiated 3C-SiC has been investigated using advanced scanning transmission electron microscopy (STEM) and TEM. We find that two thirds of clusters smaller than 1 nm identified in STEM are invisible in TEM images. For clusters that are larger than 1 nm, STEM and TEM results match very well. A cluster dynamics model has

Ion irradiation induced damage in graphite and its recovery

ion irradiated graphite, supporting the TRIM prediction. In-situ temperature-dependent Raman spectroscopy observation provides real-time quantitative information on the defect evolution in graphite and indicates the potential defect annihilation processes at

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