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1. chinaXiv:201703.00576 [pdf]

Helium retention with dislocations in deformed pure iron

Y. H. Gong; X. Z. Cao; S. X. Jin; E. Y. Lu; Y. C. Hu; T. Zhu; P. Kuang; Q. Xu; B. Y. Wang
Subjects: Physics >> Condensed Matter: Structural, Mechanical and Thermal Properties

Effects of deformed dislocation on helium retention in pure iron, including the helium atoms diffusion along the dislocation line and desorption from dislocation trapping sites, were investigated. The dislocation defect was introduced in specimens by cold-rolling, and then 5 keV helium ions were implanted into the deformed specimens. Slow positron beam technology and thermal desorption spectroscopy were used to investigate the evolution of dislocation defects and the desorption behavior of helium atoms under influence of dislocation. The behaviors of S-E, W-E and S-W plots indicate clearly that lots of helium atoms remain in the deformed specimen and helium atoms combining with dislocation change the distribution of electron density. The helium desorption plot indicates that dislocation accelerates helium desorption at 293 K-600 K and facilitates helium dissociation from HenVm (n/m=1.8) cluster.

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2. chinaXiv:201703.00574 [pdf]

Electron irradiation-induced defects in Mo-diluted FeCrNi austenitic alloy during void swelling incubation

B. Y. Wang; E. Y. Lu; C. X. Zhang; Q. Xu; S. X. Jin; P. Zhang; X. Z. Cao
Subjects: Physics >> Condensed Matter: Structural, Mechanical and Thermal Properties

Abstract. The microstructural features and the effect of Mo addition in FeCrNi austenitic alloy during incubation period were investigated using positron annihilation technique and micro-Vickers Hardness. The electron irradiation, which could induce vacancy defects in material, was performed at room temperature up to the dose of 1.70-4 and 50-4 dpa, respectively. The defect concentration was estimated about 10-4-10-7 though the standard trapping model. The added Mo atoms could trap vacancies to form Mo-vacancy complexes, which may restrain the migration and growth of vacancy defects during electron irradiation. In addition, the microstructural evolution during electron radiation resulted in hardening, while the added Mo might improve the hardening property of the alloy.

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3. chinaXiv:201703.00560 [pdf]

A study of Cu precipitates in Fe ions irradiated Fe-Cu alloys by positron annihilation techniques

X. Z. Cao; P. Zhang; Q. Xu; G. D. Cheng; H. B. Wu; X. P. Jiang; R. S. Yu; L. Wei; B. Y. Wang
Subjects: Physics >> Condensed Matter: Structural, Mechanical and Thermal Properties

Cu precipitates played a key factor in irradiation induced hardening and embrittlement of reactor pressure vessel (RPV).In this work, two kinds of Fe-Cu model alloys with different Cu contents irradiated by Fe ion at 573 K were investigated using positron annihilation techniques and SEM. Doppler Broadening Spectroscopy(DBS) results indicated that with the irradiation dose increased from 0.1 dpa to 1.2 dpa, more vacancy-type defects were induced during Fe ion irradiation, and with different Cu contents, defects condition had few changes. Coincident Doppler Broadening (CDB) results indicated Cu precipitates were formed during the irradiation, which could be verified through the SEM results. The CDB results also showed that the Cu precipitates were the same at 0.1 dpa between the samples with different Cu contents. In Fe0.6Cu samples, more Cu precipitates were formed than that of Fe0.3Cu sample at 1.2 dpa.

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