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Title: Characterisation of neutron irradiation damage in zirconium alloys - a 'round robin' experiment
Authors: Blake, RG
Jostsons, A
Keywords: Neutrons
Zirconium alloys
Physical radiation effects
Electron microscopy
Issue Date: Jan-1977
Publisher: Australian Atomic Energy Commission
Citation: Kelly, P. M., Blake, R. G., & Jostons, A. (1977). Characterisation of neutron irradiation damage in zirconium alloys : A "round robin" experiment (AAEC/E404). Lucas Heights, N.S.W.: Australian Atomic Energy Commission, Research Establishment.
Abstract: The nature of the damage structure in the neutron-irradiated zirconium specimens supplied as part of an international 'Round Robin1 experiment has been studied using transmission electron microscopy. The damage structure consists entirely of a/3 <1120> dislocation loops and no evidence has been found for c_ component loops. Both vacancy and interstitial loops were found in specimens where inside/outside contrast analysis was possible. Quantitative measurements of loop size distributions and loop concentrations are reported. All specimens exhibited corduroy contrast to varying degrees.
Gov't Doc #: 627
ISBN: 0642997659
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