"Aluminum samples of 99.99% and 99.999% purity were irradiated to neutron fluences of 3·8·1018 nvt and 1.4·1019 nvt (E greater than 0.1 Mev) at one-third of the melting temperature. The change in Young's modulus of elasticity after isothermal annealing in the temperature range of 110⁰C to 130⁰C was measured. After 2.5 hours of annealing, the modulus reached a steady state value which was decreased by 0.25% ± 0.17% from the unannealed value. Electron microscopy suggests the hardening mechanisms were dispersion hardening by silicon precipitates and void hardening"--Abstract, page ii.
Edwards, D. R.
Hale, Edward Boyd
Mining and Nuclear Engineering
M.S. in Nuclear Engineering
University of Missouri--Rolla
v, 29 pages
© 1974 Dale A. Powers, All rights reserved.
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Aluminum -- Effect of radiation on
Neutron flux -- Mathematical models
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Powers, Dale A., "Post irradiation changes of the elastic modulus of aluminum" (1974). Masters Theses. 3424.