Radiation Effects in Ceramics: Ceramics dislike strain, so they react to adapt

Abstract : Radiation effects in oxides: as in metal alloys the accumulation of damage (fluence dependent) and the overlap of cascades (flux dependent) may produce substantial changes in the structure and microstructure. But: - Is radiation damage actually able to produce new phases not present in the P-T phase diagram or only "natural" polymorphs are observed? - Can we measure these modifications in an efficient way in ion irradiated samples? Examples illustrating material response to fluence dependent effects - ZrO2 system - UO2+x system
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Radiation Effects and Materials Development Workshop, Feb 2012, Menai, NSW, Australia. 2012


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Gianguido Baldinozzi, D. Simeone, Dominique Gosset, Laurence Lunéville, Lionel Desgranges, et al.. Radiation Effects in Ceramics: Ceramics dislike strain, so they react to adapt. Radiation Effects and Materials Development Workshop, Feb 2012, Menai, NSW, Australia. 2012. <hal-00678229>

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