Swelling and mechanical property changes in neutron-irradiated cold-rolled type 316 stainless steel

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Samples of cold-rolled Type 316 stainless steel were irradiated in EBR- II to a fluence of about 8 x 10$sup 26$ n/m$sup 2$ (E greater than 0.1 MeV) at 500 and 600$sup 0$C. Three sample configurations were used--small sheet tensile samples, small right-circular cylinders for immersion density, and thin foils for transmission-electron microscopy (TEM). TEM revealed voids in the foils irradiated at both temperatures. Immersion density results, however, indicated swelling only in the sample irradiated at 600$sup 0$C. Considerable recovery and precipitation were observed in foils irradiated at both temperatures. Results of tensile tests on irradiated samples showed a decrease ... continued below

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Garr, K.R. & Pard, A.G. January 1, 1975.

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Samples of cold-rolled Type 316 stainless steel were irradiated in EBR- II to a fluence of about 8 x 10$sup 26$ n/m$sup 2$ (E greater than 0.1 MeV) at 500 and 600$sup 0$C. Three sample configurations were used--small sheet tensile samples, small right-circular cylinders for immersion density, and thin foils for transmission-electron microscopy (TEM). TEM revealed voids in the foils irradiated at both temperatures. Immersion density results, however, indicated swelling only in the sample irradiated at 600$sup 0$C. Considerable recovery and precipitation were observed in foils irradiated at both temperatures. Results of tensile tests on irradiated samples showed a decrease in yield strength and an increase in ductility compared to unirradiated controls. (auth)

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  • Report No.: AI-ERDA--13164
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  • DOI: 10.2172/4086058 | External Link
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Garr, K.R. & Pard, A.G. Swelling and mechanical property changes in neutron-irradiated cold-rolled type 316 stainless steel, report, January 1, 1975; United States. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc871039/: accessed September 25, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.