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KALIN BA

Калин Борис Александрович

Указатель цитирования Калина Б. А.

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THERMAL TRANSFER OF CARBON IN STAINLESS-STEEL

Author(s): ZOTOV VS, KALIN BA, SUKHAREV VI

Source: FIZIKA METALLOV I METALLOVEDENIE    Volume: 44    Issue: 3    Pages: 646-650    Published: 1977  

Times Cited: 1     References: 5     

Document Type: Note

Language: Russian

Addresses: ZOTOV, VS (reprint author), SVERDLOVSK ENGN PHYS INST, DEPT 2, SVERDLOVSK, USSR

Publisher: GOSUDARSTVENNOE NAUCHNO-TEKH, IZDATELSTVO LITERATURY PO CHERNOI I TSYETNOI METALLURGII, MOSCOW, RUSSIA

Subject Category: Metallurgy & Metallurgical Engineering

IDS Number: EG740

ISSN: 0015-3230




1 цитирование


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Title: DIFFUSION OF CARBON IN TI-NB ALLOYS
Author(s): ZHARINOV VP, ZOTOV VS, NIKOLAYEV NA, et al.
Source: PHYSICS OF METALS   Volume: 5   Issue: 4   Pages: 743-750   Published: 1985
Times Cited: 0




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Tritium barrier development for austenitic stainless steel by its aluminizing in a lithium melt

Author(s): Kalin BA, Yakushin VL, Fomina EP

Source: FUSION ENGINEERING AND DESIGN    Volume: 41    Pages: 119-127    Published: SEP 1998  

Times Cited: 2     References: 9     

Abstract: A technique for obtaining coatings on a 0.12%C/18%Cr/10%Ni/Ti austenitic stainless steel by its aluminizing in melts of the following composition x%Al + (100% - x)%Li(x = 3, 10) at the temperature range 870-1070 K for 5-100 h has been developed. An investigation in to the decrease in the tritium penetration through the steel has been carried out. It has been shown that two-side aluminizing of the steel in the 10%Al/90%Li melt at 870 and 970 K for 5 h decreases its tritium permeability by more than three orders of magnitude. Furthermore, aluminizing the steel under these regimes reduces its erosion coefficient by one order of magnitude on average due to radiation blistering, decreases its coefficient of physical sputtering by more than 2.5 times and protects the steel from failure under the action of hydrogen pulsed plasma fluxes with the incident flux specific power up to 4-5.10(10) W m(-2) and a pulse duration of 10-50 mu s. The mechanisms of decreasing the tritium permeation with regard to the surface relief forming under the treatment have been discussed. (C) 1998 Elsevier Science S.A. All rights reserved.

Document Type: Article

Language: English

KeyWords Plus: HYDROGEN PERMEATION CHARACTERISTICS

Addresses: Kalin, BA (reprint author), Tech Univ, Moscow State Engn Phys Inst, 31 Kashirskoe Sh, Moscow 115409, Russia
Tech Univ, Moscow State Engn Phys Inst, Moscow 115409, Russia

Publisher: ELSEVIER SCIENCE SA, PO BOX 564, 1001 LAUSANNE, SWITZERLAND

Subject Category: Nuclear Science & Technology

IDS Number: 134NG

ISSN: 0920-3796




2 цитирования


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Title: Measurements of hydrogen diffusion coefficient for tube samples at medium and high temperatures
Author(s): Liu S, Zheng HA, Gui QH, et al.
Source: ACTA METALLURGICA SINICA   Volume: 40   Issue: 4   Pages: 393-398   Published: APR 2004
Times Cited: 0

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Title: Hydrogen permeation through steels and alloys with different protective coatings
Author(s): Tazhibaeva IL, Klepikov AK, Romanenko OG, et al.
Source: FUSION ENGINEERING AND DESIGN   Volume: 51-2   Pages: 199-205   Published: NOV 2000
Times Cited: 2




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APPLICATION OF AMORPHOUS FILLER METALS IN PRODUCTION OF FUSION-REACTOR HIGH HEAT-FLUX COMPONENTS

Author(s): KALIN BA, FEDOTOV VT, GRIGORIEV AE, SEVRIUKOV ON, PLIUSHEV AN, SKURATOV LA, POLSKY VI, YAKUSHIN VL, VIRGILIEV YS, VASILIEV VL, TSEREVITINOV SS

Source: FUSION ENGINEERING AND DESIGN    Volume: 28    Pages: 119-124    Published: MAR 1995  

Times Cited: 6     References: 16     

Abstract: Amorphous ribbon-type filler metals represent a promising facility for fastening heterogeneous materials together. The advantage results from the homogeneity of element and phase compositions and the strictly specified geometrical dimensions of such fillers. Amorphous fillers Zr-Ti-Fe-Be, Zr-Ti-Ni-Cu and Ti-Zr-Ni-Cu and microcrystalline fillers Al-Si and Cu-Sn-Mn-In-Ni were produced by quenching at a rate of about 10(6) K s(-1). Brazing of graphite with metals (Cu + MPG-6, Cu + RGT, Mo + MIG-1, V + MIG-1, V + RGT) was accomplished using ribbon-type fillers. Two types of metal-based samples were produced in the form of plates and rakes. The rakes were made by brazing three small graphite bars to the metal, the 2 mm space between the bars being 0.25 of the bar height. The results of metallographic studies of the brazing zone and of tests on brazed structures treated by pulsed energy fluxes are discussed.

Document Type: Article

Language: English

KeyWords Plus: ALLOYS

Addresses: KALIN, BA (reprint author), MOSCOW ENGN PHYS INST, KASHIRSKOE SH 31, MOSCOW 115409, RUSSIA
STATE RES INST GRAPHITE, MOSCOW 115524, RUSSIA
TRINITI, TROITSK 142092, RUSSIA

Publisher: ELSEVIER SCIENCE SA, PO BOX 564, 1001 LAUSANNE, SWITZERLAND

Subject Category: Nuclear Science & Technology

IDS Number: QU343

ISSN: 0920-3796




2 цитирования

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Title: Crystallization behavior of Ti61.67Zr17.15M14.80Cu6.38 glass-forming alloy
Author(s): Fan JD, Gao YQ, Li SZ
Source: TRANSACTIONS OF NONFERROUS METALS SOCIETY OF CHINA   Volume: 14   Issue: 1   Pages: 156-160   Published: FEB 2004
Times Cited: 1

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Title: Comparative thermal cyclic test of different beryllium grades previously subjected to simulated disruption loads
Author(s): Gervash A, Giniyatulin R, Mazul I
Source: FUSION ENGINEERING AND DESIGN   Volume: 46   Issue: 2-4   Pages: 229-235   Published: NOV 1999
Times Cited: 3





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Sputtering of ionization of Al, Cu, and Ni atoms during irradiation by polyenergetic He+ and Ar+ ions with mean energy of 7 KeV

Author(s): Kalin BA, Volkov NV, Sabo SE

Source: IZVESTIYA AKADEMII NAUK SERIYA FIZICHESKAYA    Volume: 60    Issue: 7    Pages: 139-142    Published: JUL 1996  

Times Cited: 1     References: 6     

Document Type: Article

Language: Russian

Addresses: Kalin, BA (reprint author), MOSCOW STATE ENGN PHYS INST, MOSCOW, RUSSIA

Publisher: MEZHDUNARODNAYA KNIGA, 39 DIMITROVA UL., 113095 MOSCOW, RUSSIA

Subject Category: Physics, Multidisciplinary

IDS Number: VH648

ISSN: 0367-6765




1 цитирование

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Title: Properties of surface layer in spinel crystals bombardment with ions
Author(s): Grytsyna VT, Afanasyev-Charkin IV, Kazarinov YG, et al.
Source: IZVESTIYA AKADEMII NAUK SERIYA FIZICHESKAYA   Volume: 66   Issue: 1   Pages: 103-106   Published: JAN 2002
Times Cited: 0




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Investigation of fusion reactor candidate materials erosion in plasma disruption simulation experiments

Author(s): Yakushin VL, Kalin BA, Shul'ga AV, Fedotov VT, Plyuschev AN

Source: JOURNAL OF NUCLEAR MATERIALS    Volume: 258    Pages: 1127-1132    Part: Part A    Published: OCT 1998  

Times Cited: 1     References: 10     

Abstract: The results of the investigations on new kinds of perspective materials for the high power units of fusion reactors in conditions of action simulating the expected plasma disruptions have been presented. Erosion, changes of the surface topography, the element and phase composition of the intermetallic alloys of a Ti-Al-V system and the type GR reactor graphite impregnated with an 50wt%/Ti/50wt%Cu alloy under the action of hydrogen pulsed plasma fluxes with a maximum ion energy of 2 keV have been studied. The flux specific energy Q was equal to 100 J/cm(2), the pulse duration changed in the 15-20 mu s range and the number of pulses N was from 3 to 30. It has been established that the heat-treated intermetallic alloy containing 15 at.% V has a high erosion stability depending on the number of irradiation pulses and has a minimum erosion coefficient of 0.2-0.3 mu g/(J cm(2)) in comparison with investigated alloys. The impregnated graphites are subjected to less erosion compared to that of the initial reactor graphite at a sufficiently small number of irradiation pulses (N less than or equal to 15). (C) 1998 Elsevier Science B.V. All rights reserved.

Document Type: Article

Language: English

Addresses: Yakushin, VL (reprint author), Tech Univ, Moscow State Engn Phys Inst, 31 Kashirskoe Sh, Moscow 115409, Russia
Tech Univ, Moscow State Engn Phys Inst, Moscow 115409, Russia

E-mail Addresses: yakushin@phm.mephi.ru

Publisher: ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV, PO BOX 211, 1000 AE AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS

Subject Category: Materials Science, Multidisciplinary; Nuclear Science & Technology; Mining & Mineral Processing

IDS Number: 143VD

ISSN: 0022-3115




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Title: Fusion safety studies in Russia from 1996 to 2000
Author(s): Kolbasov BN, Biruykov AY, Davydov DA, et al.
Source: FUSION ENGINEERING AND DESIGN   Volume: 54   Issue: 3-4   Pages: 451-464   Published: 2001
Times Cited: 4




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A review of the joining techniques for plasma facing components in fusion reactors

Author(s): Odegard BC, Kalin BA

Source: JOURNAL OF NUCLEAR MATERIALS    Volume: 233    Pages: 44-50    Part: Part A    Published: OCT 1996  

Times Cited: 14     References: 18     

Abstract: An attempt was made to review the current joining techniques being considered for the ITER plasma facing components (PFC). This review describes the general characteristics of two of the joining techniques (brazing and diffusion bonding) being used to join a beryllium armor to a copper alloy heat sink and describes the issues associated with these joining processes. Much of the information is relevant to the other ITER material candidates. Most important is a list of the relevant activities either completed or in progress addressing the beryllium-copper joining issues.

Document Type: Article

Language: English

Addresses: Odegard, BC (reprint author), SANDIA NATL LABS, LIVERMORE, CA 94551 USA
MOSCOW ENGN PHYS INST, MOSCOW 115409, RUSSIA

Publisher: ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV, PO BOX 211, 1000 AE AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS

Subject Category: Materials Science, Multidisciplinary; Nuclear Science & Technology; Mining & Mineral Processing

IDS Number: WB603

ISSN: 0022-3115




10 цитирований

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Title: Effect of neutron irradiation on the mechanical properties of 316L(N) steel for International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor applications
Author(s): Fabritsiev SA, Pokrovsky AS
Source: PLASMA DEVICES AND OPERATIONS   Volume: 14   Issue: 4   Pages: 267-277   Published: DEC 2006
Times Cited: 0

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Title: Effect of neutron irradiation on the mechanical properties and fracture mode of Cu/SS joints
Author(s): Fabritsiev SA, Pokrovsky AS, Edwards DJ, et al.
Source: PLASMA DEVICES AND OPERATIONS   Volume: 8   Issue: 4   Pages: 225-239   Published: 2001
Times Cited: 3

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Title: Microstructure-fracture toughness relationship of vanadium alloy/stainless steel brazed joints
Author(s): Gan YX, Aglan HA, Steward RV, et al.
Source: JOURNAL OF NUCLEAR MATERIALS   Volume: 299   Issue: 2   Pages: 157-164   Published: NOV 2001
Times Cited: 3

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Title: Status of international collaborative efforts on selected ITER materials
Author(s): Belyakov VA, Fabritsiev SA, Mazul IV, et al.
Source: JOURNAL OF NUCLEAR MATERIALS   Volume: 283   Pages: 962-967   Part: Part B   Published: DEC 2000
Times Cited: 0

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Title: Refractory metal joining for first wall applications
Author(s): Cadden CH, Odegard BC
Source: JOURNAL OF NUCLEAR MATERIALS   Volume: 283   Pages: 1253-1257   Part: Part B   Published: DEC 2000
Times Cited: 4

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Title: The effect of brazing cycle simulation on radiation embrittlement of pH copper alloys irradiated in SM-2 reactor up to 5 dpa
Author(s): Fabritsiev SA, Pokrovsky AS
Source: PLASMA DEVICES AND OPERATIONS   Volume: 8   Issue: 1   Pages: 1-14   Published: 1999
Times Cited: 5

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Title: Materials science problems of blankets in Russian concept of fusion reactor
Author(s): Solonin MI
Source: JOURNAL OF NUCLEAR MATERIALS   Volume: 258   Pages: 30-46   Part: Part A   Published: OCT 1998
Times Cited: 13

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Title: Irradiation resistance of DS copper stainless steel joints fabricated by friction welding methods
Author(s): Fabritsiev SA, Pokrovsky AS, Nakamichi M, et al.
Source: JOURNAL OF NUCLEAR MATERIALS   Volume: 258   Pages: 2030-2035   Part: Part B   Published: OCT 1998
Times Cited: 3

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Title: The effect of neutron irradiation on mechanical properties of Cu/SS joints for ITER applications
Author(s): Fabritsiev SA, Pokrovsky AS, Edwards DJ, et al.
Source: JOURNAL OF NUCLEAR MATERIALS   Volume: 258   Pages: 2069-2074   Part: Part B   Published: OCT 1998
Times Cited: 13

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Title: Solid state bonding of beryllium to copper and vanadium using transition layers
Author(s): Schneibel JH, Haines JR, Snead LL, et al.
Source: JOURNAL OF NUCLEAR MATERIALS   Volume: 250   Issue: 2-3   Pages: 216-222   Published: DEC 1997
Times Cited: 0




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EROSION AND MICROSTRUCTURE CHANGE OF MATERIALS DURING DISRUPTION-SIMULATION EXPERIMENTS IN PLASMA-ACCELERATOR

Author(s): KALIN BA, POLSKY VI, YAKUSHIN VL, VIRGILEV YS, VASILIEV VI, TSEREVITINOV SS

Source: JOURNAL OF NUCLEAR MATERIALS    Volume: 220    Pages: 934-938    Published: APR 1995  

Times Cited: 5     References: 12     

Abstract: The behaviour of G-4, MPG-6, MPG-8, MIG, MIG-1, SG-T, PG-MS, USB-15 graphites, boron surface-modified MPG-8 and USB-15 graphites, Ni, Fe, Ti, V, Nb, Mo, austenitic and ferritic steels, austenitic steels with Al and Be coatings have been tested by using a high temperature pulsed plasma gun to simulate plasma disruption. The heat flux of the hydrogen and deuterium plasma has been 10 to 100 J/cm(2) and pulse durations 25 mu s. Material weight loss has been estimated. Structure changes in the surface layer of the metal materials, the influence of microstructure changes on sputtering, blistering and hydrogen permeability have been investigated.

Document Type: Article

Language: English

KeyWords Plus: CARBON-BASED MATERIALS

Addresses: KALIN, BA (reprint author), MOSCOW ENGN PHYS INST, KASHIRSKOE SH 31, MOSCOW 115409, RUSSIA
STATE RES INST GRAPHITE, MOSCOW 115524, RUSSIA
TRINITI, TROITSK 142092, RUSSIA

Publisher: ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV, PO BOX 211, 1000 AE AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS

Subject Category: Materials Science, Multidisciplinary; Nuclear Science & Technology; Mining & Mineral Processing

IDS Number: QY754

ISSN: 0022-3115




1 цитирование

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Title: Ceramic SiC/B4C/TiC/C composites as plasma facing components for fusion reactors
Author(s): Yehia A, Vassen R, Duwe R, et al.
Source: JOURNAL OF NUCLEAR MATERIALS   Volume: 233   Pages: 1266-1270   Part: Part B   Published: OCT 1996
Times Cited: 3




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INFLUENCE OF EXTERNAL ACTION AND STRUCTURAL FACTORS ON RADIATION BLISTERING




Author(s): KALIN BA, CHERNOV II, FOMINA EP, KORSHUNOV SH, POLSKY VI, SKOROV DM, YAKUSHIN VL

Source: JOURNAL OF NUCLEAR MATERIALS    Volume: 132    Issue: 2    Pages: 137-146    Published: 1985  

Times Cited: 2     References: 44     

Document Type: Article

Language: English

Addresses: KALIN, BA (reprint author), MOSCOW ENGN PHYS INST, KASHIRSKOIE SH 31, MOSCOW, USSR

Publisher: ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV, PO BOX 211, 1000 AE AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS

Subject Category: Materials Science, Multidisciplinary; Nuclear Science & Technology; Mining & Mineral Processing

IDS Number: AND91

ISSN: 0022-3115




2 цитирования

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Title: Mechanical characterization and modeling of brazed EUROFER-tungsten-joints
Author(s): Chehtov T, Aktaa J, Kraft O
Source: JOURNAL OF NUCLEAR MATERIALS   Volume: 367   Pages: 1228-1232   Part: Part B   Published: AUG 1 2007
Times Cited: 0

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Title: High-temperature brazing for reliable tungsten-CFC joints
Author(s): Koppitz T, Pintsuk G, Reisgen U, et al.
Source: PHYSICA SCRIPTA   Volume: T128   Pages: 175-181   Published: MAR 2007
Times Cited: 1




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Application of amorphous and microcrystalline filler metals for brazing of beryllium with metals

Author(s): Kalin BA, Fedotov VT, Sevryukov ON, Grigoryev AE, Plyuschev AN, Ivanov VM, Strebkov YS

Source: JOURNAL OF NUCLEAR MATERIALS    Volume: 233    Pages: 945-948    Part: Part B    Published: OCT 1996  

Times Cited: 4     References: 7     

Abstract: Rapidly solidified (RS) amorphous and microcrystalline ribbon-type brazing filler metals (FMs) represent a promising facility for joining heterogeneous materials together. The advantage results are followed from the homogeneity of element and phase compositions and the strictly specified geometrical dimensions of such FMs. Produced by rapid solidification technology amorphous FM: Zr-Ti-Fe-Be (STEMET(1) 1403) and microcrystalline FMs: Al-Si (STEMET 1501), Cu-Sn-Mn-In-Ni (STEMET 1120) and Cu-Sn-In-Ni (STEMET 1108) were used. Brazing of beryllium with metals (Be + Cu; Be + SS; Be + V) was performed using ribbon-type FMs. Metallographic and microprobe analysis of brazed zones suggested that components of FMs are uniformly distributed, pores and cracks are absent. Tensile strength testing of brazed joints was carried out.

Document Type: Article

Language: English

Addresses: Kalin, BA (reprint author), MOSCOW ENGN PHYS INST, DEPT PHYS PROBLEMS MAT SCI 9, KASHIRSKOE SHOSSE 31, MOSCOW 115409, RUSSIA
RES & DEV INST POWER ENGN, MOSCOW, RUSSIA

Publisher: ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV, PO BOX 211, 1000 AE AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS

Subject Category: Materials Science, Multidisciplinary; Nuclear Science & Technology; Mining & Mineral Processing

IDS Number: WC643

ISSN: 0022-3115




4 цитирования


1.

Title: Crystallization behavior of Ti61.67Zr17.15M14.80Cu6.38 glass-forming alloy
Author(s): Fan JD, Gao YQ, Li SZ
Source: TRANSACTIONS OF NONFERROUS METALS SOCIETY OF CHINA   Volume: 14   Issue: 1   Pages: 156-160   Published: FEB 2004
Times Cited: 1

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Title: Be-Cu joints based on amorphous alloy brazing for divertor and first wall application
Author(s): Kalin B, Fedotov V, Sevryukov O, et al.
Source: JOURNAL OF NUCLEAR MATERIALS   Volume: 271   Pages: 410-414   Published: MAY 1999
Times Cited: 3

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Title: Microscopic observation and mechanical tests of CuNiCrSi/321 brazed joints
Author(s): Ivanov AD, Krestnikov NS, Blinov YV, et al.
Source: PLASMA DEVICES AND OPERATIONS   Volume: 6   Issue: 1-3   Pages: 37-44   Published: 1998
Times Cited: 0

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Title: Development and characterisation of Be/Glidcop (R) joints obtained by hot isostatic pressing for high temperature working conditions
Author(s): Saint-Antonin F, Barberi D, Le Marois G, et al.
Source: JOURNAL OF NUCLEAR MATERIALS   Volume: 258   Pages: 1973-1978   Part: Part B   Published: OCT 1998
Times Cited: 2




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Influence of alloying elements in Ni and Fe on ion-implanted helium behavior

Author(s): Kalin BA, Chernov II, Kalashnikov AN, Timofeyev VV

Source: JOURNAL OF NUCLEAR MATERIALS    Volume: 233    Pages: 1142-1147    Part: Part B    Published: OCT 1996  

Times Cited: 3     References: 38     

Abstract: Behavior of ion-implanted helium and bubble microstructure evolution in Ni-base (NGC, NI-AI) and Fe-base (Fe-C) model alloys, as well as in homogeneous austenitic 16-15 type steel with various carbon contents and in age hardening 15-35 type steel as a function of alloying element concentration, have been investigated by means of thermal desorption spectrometry (TDS) and transmission electron microscopy (TEM). The results show the different nature of influence of carbon and aluminium on bubble parameters formed during postirradiation annealings. Calculated by means of the 'tempering' method, helium release effective activation energy proved to be higher for alloys than for pure metals. The effect of these observations is discussed from the standpoint of diffusion parameter change in metals by alloying.

Document Type: Article

Language: English

KeyWords Plus: THERMAL-DESORPTION; NICKEL; BUBBLES; METALS; MICROSTRUCTURE; SPECTROMETRY; IRRADIATION; CARBON; GAS

Addresses: Kalin, BA (reprint author), MOSCOW ENGN PHYS INST, KASHIRSKOE SH 31, MOSCOW 115409, RUSSIA

Publisher: ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV, PO BOX 211, 1000 AE AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS

Subject Category: Materials Science, Multidisciplinary; Nuclear Science & Technology; Mining & Mineral Processing

IDS Number: WC643

ISSN: 0022-3115




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Title: Defect production and formation of helium-vacancy clusters due to cascades in alpha-iron
Author(s): Yang L, Zu XT, Xiao HY, et al.
Source: PHYSICA B-CONDENSED MATTER   Volume: 391   Issue: 1   Pages: 179-185   Published: MAR 15 2007
Times Cited: 1

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Title: Defect production and formation of helium-vacancy clusters in cascades of alpha-iron with different concentration of helium
Author(s): Li Y, Zu XT, Xiao HY, et al.
Source: ACTA PHYSICA SINICA   Volume: 54   Issue: 10   Pages: 4857-4862   Published: OCT 2005
Times Cited: 0










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SPUTTERING OF SURFACE-BORONIZED GRAPHITE BY HYDROGEN-ION BOMBARDMENT

Author(s): KALIN BA, YAKUSHIN VL, POLSKY VI, VIRGILEV YS

Source: JOURNAL OF NUCLEAR MATERIALS    Volume: 212    Pages: 1206-1210    Part: Part B    Published: SEP 1994  

Times Cited: 1     References: 5     

Abstract: The findings of investigation into chemical and physical sputtering of various graphite materials which can be used as protection materials for the first wall of a thermonuclear reactor are presented. Sputtering of hydrogen ions with energy of 9 keV has been carried out in temperature range of 330-870 K. It has been shown that surface boronizing by the method of chemical transport reactions of MPG-8 graphite decreases chemical sputtering in 2.5-3 times. Deposition of the same coat on carbon glass-ceramic of USB-15 type fully suppresses its chemical sputtering in all temperature range. In the process of sputtering an intensive growth of whiskers composed only of carbon atoms has been observed.

Document Type: Article

Language: English

Addresses: KALIN, BA (reprint author), MOSCOW ENGN PHYS INST, MOSCOW 115409, RUSSIA
SCI INST GRAPHITE, MOSCOW, RUSSIA

Publisher: ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV, PO BOX 211, 1000 AE AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS

Subject Category: Materials Science, Multidisciplinary; Nuclear Science & Technology; Mining & Mineral Processing

IDS Number: PL245

ISSN: 0022-3115




1 цитирование


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Title: Erosion and surface morphology of graphite materials under high flux beam irradiation
Author(s): Ueda Y, Sugai T, Shiota K, et al.
Source: JOURNAL OF NUCLEAR MATERIALS   Volume: 258   Pages: 628-633   Part: Part A   Published: OCT 1998
Times Cited: 3




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DEPOSITION OF CHEMICAL ELEMENTS FILMS WITH USE OF NEODYMIUM GLASS LASER

Author(s): BOYAKOV VM, EPIKHIN VM, KALIN BA, MAKHATOV MK, NIKOLAEV IN, SHISHKIN GN

Source: KVANTOVAYA ELEKTRONIKA    Volume: 5    Issue: 7    Pages: 1582-1584    Published: 1978  

Times Cited: 3     References: 9     

Document Type: Note

Language: Russian

Addresses: BOYAKOV, VM (reprint author), MOSCOW ENGN PHYS INST, MOSCOW, USSR

Publisher: LEBEDEV PHYSICAL INST KVANTOVAYA ELEKTRONIKA JOURNAL, LENINSKII PROSPEKT 53, 117924 MOSCOW GSP-1, RUSSIA

Subject Category: Engineering, Electrical & Electronic; Physics, Applied

IDS Number: FJ023

ISSN: 0368-7147




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Title: FORMATION OF SEMICONDUCTOR-FILMS FROM EROSIVE LASER PLASMA AT SCATTERING BY THE HEATED SCREEN
Author(s): GAPONOV SV, GUDKOV AA, LUSKIN BM, et al.
Source: ZHURNAL TEKHNICHESKOI FIZIKI   Volume: 51   Issue: 5   Pages: 1000-1004   Published: 1981
Times Cited: 2




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Title: INVESTIGATION OF THE CONTACT REGION OF HETEROGENEOUS METALS BY THE ELECTRON-DIFFRACTION METHOD
Author(s): EPIKHIN VM, ZAVYALOVA AA, IMAMOV RM, et al.
Source: KRISTALLOGRAFIYA   Volume: 26   Issue: 1   Pages: 151-&   Published: 1981
Times Cited: 0




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Title: SPIN POLARIZATION EFFECTS OF CONDUCTIVE ELECTRONS IN CO, NI, GD, DY, CR
Author(s): EPIKHIN VM, ZAVYALOVA AA, IMAMOV RM, et al.
Source: FIZIKA TVERDOGO TELA   Volume: 22   Issue: 9   Pages: 2743-2749   Published: 1980
Times Cited: 0







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A theoretical study of the kinetics of hydride cracking in zirconium alloys

Author(s): Shmakov AA, Kalin BA, Ioltukhovskii AG

Source: METAL SCIENCE AND HEAT TREATMENT    Volume: 45    Issue: 7-8    Pages: 315-320    Published: JUL-AUG 2003  

Times Cited: 2     References: 20     

Abstract: A diffusion model is suggested for computing the rate of delayed hydride cracking (DHC) in nonirradiated zirconium-base alloys. The rates of DHC in claddings of fuel elements of VVER and RBMK reactors and in pressure pipes of CANDU reactors are predicted.

Document Type: Article

Language: English

KeyWords Plus: HYDROGEN; SOLUBILITY; DIFFUSION; MODEL

Addresses: Shmakov, AA (reprint author), Moscow Inst Engn Phys MIFI, Moscow, Russia
Moscow Inst Engn Phys MIFI, Moscow, Russia
AA Bochvar All Russia Res Inst Inorgan Mat VNIINM, Moscow, Russia

Publisher: CONSULTANTS BUREAU, 233 SPRING ST, NEW YORK, NY 10013 USA

Subject Category: Metallurgy & Metallurgical Engineering

IDS Number: 762HQ

ISSN: 0026-0673




1 цитирование

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Title: A combined SIF and temperature model of delayed hydride cracking in zirconium materials
Author(s): Shmakov AA, Singh RN, Yan D, et al.
Source: COMPUTATIONAL MATERIALS SCIENCE   Volume: 39   Issue: 1   Pages: 237-241   Published: MAR 2007
Times Cited: 0




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EFFECTS OF ION-BOMBARDMENT DOSE AND PREVIOUS SURFACE-TREATMENT ON THE EROSION OF MOLYBDENUM

Author(s): KALIN BA, SKOROV DM, YAKUSHIN VL

Source: SOVIET ATOMIC ENERGY    Volume: 47    Issue: 1    Pages: 562-564    Published: 1979  

Times Cited: 1     References: 7     

Document Type: Letter

Language: English

Publisher: PLENUM PUBL CORP, CONSULTANTS BUREAU, 233 SPRING ST, NEW YORK, NY 10013

Subject Category: Nuclear Science & Technology

IDS Number: JT593

ISSN: 0038-531X




1 цитирование


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Title: DEVELOPMENT OF SURFACE-TOPOGRAPHY DUE TO GAS ION-IMPLANTATION
Author(s): SCHERZER BMU
Source: TOPICS IN APPLIED PHYSICS   Volume: 52   Pages: 271-355   Published: 1983
Times Cited: 44




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CRITICAL METAL BLISTERING DOSES

Author(s): KALIN BA, KIRILIN NM, PISAREV AA, SKOROV DM, TELKOVSKII VG, FEDYAEV SK, SHISHKIN GN

Source: SOVIET ATOMIC ENERGY    Volume: 39    Issue: 2    Pages: 720-721    Published: 1975  

Times Cited: 1     References: 4     

Document Type: Letter

Language: English

Publisher: PLENUM PUBL CORP, CONSULTANTS BUREAU, 233 SPRING ST, NEW YORK, NY 10013

Subject Category: Nuclear Science & Technology

IDS Number: BU136

ISSN: 0038-531X




1 цитирование


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Title: SPECIAL ISSUE 1984 - DATA COMPENDIUM FOR PLASMA-SURFACE INTERACTIONS
Author(s): LANGLEY RA, BOHDANSKY J, ECKSTEIN W, et al.
Source: NUCLEAR FUSION   Special Issue: Sp. Iss. SI   Pages: 9-117   Published: 1984
Times Cited: 2




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Use of high temperature pulsed plasma fluxes in modification of metal materials

Author(s): Kalin BA, Yakushin VL, Vasiliev VI, Tserevitinov SS

Source: SURFACE & COATINGS TECHNOLOGY    Volume: 96    Issue: 1    Pages: 110-116    Published: NOV 3 1997  

Times Cited: 7     References: 10     

Abstract: The results of the modification of metal materials treated by high temperature pulsed plasma fluxes (HTPPF) with a specific power of incident flux changing in the (3-100) x 10(9) W m(-2) range and a pulse duration lying from 15 to 50 mu s have been presented. Results of HTPPF action were studied on the stainless steels of 18Cr-10Ni, 16Cr-15Ni, 13Cr-2Mo types; on the structural steels of 13Cr, St. 3, St. 45 types; on the tool steels of U8, 65G types, and others; on nickel and high nickel alloy of 20Cr-45Ni type; on zirconium-base alloys and other metals. The microstructure and properties of modified materials (mechanical, tribological, erosion and other properties) and surface alloying of metals exposed to HTPPF action have been investigated.

It was found that the material modification by HTPPF resulted in a simultaneous increase of several properties of the units treated: microhardness of the surface and layers of 40-60 mu m in depth, tribological characteristics (friction coefficient, wear resistance), mechanical properties (sigma(y), sigma(0.2), sigma(r)) on retention of the initial plasticity, corrosion resistance, radiation erosion under ion irradiation and others. The determining factor of the changes observed is the formation of the fine cellular structure in the near-surface layers at a depth of 20 mu m with dimensions of the cells changing in the range from 0.1 to 1.5 mu m depending on the kind of material, its preliminary treatment and the parameters of plasma fluxes. (C) 1997 Elsevier Science S.A.



Document Type: Article

Language: English

Author Keywords: pulsed plasma; metal modification; microstructure; properties

Addresses: Kalin, BA (reprint author), Moscow State Tech Univ, Moscow State Engn Phys Inst, Kashirskoe S-N Sh 31, Moscow 115409, Russia
Moscow State Tech Univ, Moscow State Engn Phys Inst, Moscow 115409, Russia
Troitsk Inst Innovat & Fus Res, Troitsk 142092, Russia

Publisher: ELSEVIER SCIENCE SA, PO BOX 564, 1001 LAUSANNE, SWITZERLAND

Subject Category: Materials Science, Coatings & Films; Physics, Applied

IDS Number: YM387

ISSN: 0257-8972




7 цитирований

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Title: Formation of alloying layers in a carbon steel by compression plasma flows
Author(s): Uglov VV, Cherendaa NN, Anishchik VM, et al.
Source: VACUUM   Volume: 81   Issue: 10   Pages: 1341-1344   Published: JUN 15 2007
Times Cited: 0

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Title: Surface treatment of aluminum sheets by pulsed microwave plasma discharge at atmospheric pressure
Author(s): Cho SC, Hong YC, Uhm HS
Source: JAPANESE JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS PART 1-REGULAR PAPERS BRIEF COMMUNICATIONS & REVIEW PAPERS   Volume: 46   Issue: 6A   Pages: 3583-3588   Published: JUN 2007
Times Cited: 0

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Title: Modification of metal surfaces by microwave plasma at atmospheric pressure
Author(s): Shin DH, Bang CU, Kim JH, et al.
Source: SURFACE & COATINGS TECHNOLOGY   Volume: 201   Issue: 9-11   Pages: 4939-4942   Published: FEB 26 2007
Times Cited: 0

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Title: Treatment of metal surface by atmospheric microwave plasma jet
Author(s): Shin DH, Bang CU, Kim JH, et al.
Source: IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON PLASMA SCIENCE   Volume: 34   Issue: 4   Pages: 1241-1246   Part: Part 1   Published: AUG 2006
Times Cited: 1

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Title: Modification of high-speed steels by nitrogen compression plasma flow: Structure, element composition, tribological properties
Author(s): Cherenda NN, Uglov VV, Anishchik VM, et al.
Source: SURFACE & COATINGS TECHNOLOGY   Volume: 200   Issue: 18-19   Pages: 5334-5342   Published: MAY 8 2006
Times Cited: 4

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Title: Dislocation network developed in titanium nitride by ion implantation
Author(s): Perry AJ, Sharkeev YP, Geist DE, et al.
Source: JOURNAL OF VACUUM SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY A   Volume: 17   Issue: 4   Pages: 1848-1853   Part: Part 2   Published: JUL-AUG 1999
Times Cited: 6

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Title: An overview of some advanced surface technology in Russia
Author(s): Perry AJ, Matossian JN
Source: METALLURGICAL AND MATERIALS TRANSACTIONS A-PHYSICAL METALLURGY AND MATERIALS SCIENCE   Volume: 29   Issue: 2   Pages: 593-610   Published: FEB 1998
Times Cited: 6







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