Radiation-induced segregation (RIS) is a non-equilibrium process that occurs at point defect sinks during irradiation of an alloy at intermediate temperature (Tm. The mechanism of radiation-induced segregation in Fe–Cr alloys was modeled using the inverse Kirkendall mechanism and compared to. Radiation-induced segregation of Cr, Ni, Si, and P at the grain boundary of a series stainless steel irradiated in a light water reactor core to.
The main experimental results on radiation-induced segregation (RIS) are described. RIS can be modeled at different scales. Continuous. Abstract: The objective of this thesis is to determine the mechanism of radiation- induced segregation (RIS) in ferritic-martensitic (F-M) alloys. Toward this goal. radiation-induced segregation causes significant changes in the local composition near sinks Theoretical models for radiation-induced segregation behav-.
A detailed and systematic experimental study of the temperature and dose dependence of radiation-induced segregation in two alloys, Ni at. J Electron Microsc (Tokyo). ;52(1) Radiation-induced segregation and precipitation behaviours around cascade clusters under electron irradiation. Radiation-induced Segregation and the Relationship to Physical Properties in Radiation-induced changes in composition are studied because these changes. To the Graduate Council: I am submitting herewith a thesis written by Aaron Patrick Selby entitled "Modeling Radiation-Induced. Segregation in.