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PHYSICAL AND MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF REACTOR MATERIALS.

Description: High temperature (to 3000 deg C) physical and mechanical properties for commercially available and newly developed materials being considered for use in high temperature reactors were measured. Creep, stress rupture, ductility, microstructure, and failure mechanism for tungsten were determined. Values were found for creep of as cast Mo; creep rupture of Re, Mo - Re - W, Mo - W, and Re - W; thermal conductivity and electrical resistivity of Re - W; and enthalpies, heat content and heat capacity of W. (F.S.)
Date: October 31, 1969
Creator: Conway, J.B. & Flagella, P.N.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

RADIATION EFFECTS ON FAST REACTOR CLADDING AND STRUCTURAL MATERIALS.

Description: The effect of radiation on the time-, temperature-, and stress- dependent properties of selected heat-resistant alloys and refractory metals was determined. Causes of property changes were identified and remedial measures are planned. Materials investigated include A-286 Iron alloy; Hastelloy X; Hastelloy N; Hastelloy R-235; Al - Cr - Fe - Y alloys; AlSl 304, 316, and 348 stainless stells, ASTM-A 302B and A 350-LF3 pressure vessel steels, and various Inconel and Incoloy alloys and heat-resisting metals such as Mo, Nb, Ta, V, and W. (F.S.)
Date: October 31, 1969
Creator: Moteff, J.; Kingsbury, F.D. & Smith, J.P.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department