Radiation Effects on the Microstructure of a 9Cr-ODS Alloy by ProQuest


Oxide particle density as functions of irradiation dose and temperature is shown in Figure 5. Particle density increases with increasing doses for all three irradiation temperatures with the highest rate at 600C and the lowest rate at 500C. There is no indication of saturation up to 150 dpa. In conjunction with oxide size change, it suggests a continued nucleation of smaller oxide particles at the cost of dissolution of large oxide particles.

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