Influence of Cold-Work and Phosphorus Content on Neutron-Induced Swelling of Ternary Fe-Cr-Ni alloys
Phosphorus additions can either increase or decrease void swelling of simple ternary Fe-Cr-Ni alloys during neutron irradiation, depending on the irradiation temperature, phosphorus level and cold-work level. Phosphorus is shown in these simple alloys to exert its primary influence while in solution. Phosphide precipitation appears to play only a secondary role in void swelling. The role of cold-work is not always to suppress swelling in Fe-Cr-Ni and Fe-Cr-Ni-P alloys, however, particularly at relatively higher irradiation temperatures, where cold-working often increases swelling substantially. Coldworking also appears to alter somewhat and suppress formation of phosphide precipitates.
F. Garner et al., "Influence of Cold-Work and Phosphorus Content on Neutron-Induced Swelling of Ternary Fe-Cr-Ni alloys," Journal of Nuclear Materials, vol. 199, no. 2, pp. 132-142, Elsevier, Jan 1993.
The definitive version is available at https://doi.org/10.1016/0022-3115(93)90289-B
Materials Science and Engineering
Keywords and Phrases
Chromium Alloys; Cold Working; Effects; Iron Metallography; Neutrons; Nickel Alloys; Phosphorus; Radiation Effects; Swelling; Cold Working Effects; Iron Chromium Nickel Alloys; Neutron Induced Swelling; Neutron Irradiation Effects; Nuclear Materials; Phosphide Precipitation; Phosphorus Content Effects; Iron Alloys
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01 Jan 1993