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|Title:||Different chromium content and thermal annealing influence on ions implanted Fe-Cr model alloys|
|Authors:||SOJAK Stanislav; SLUGEN Vladimir; KRSJAK Vladimir; EGGER Werner; RAVELLI L.; PETRISKA Martin; STANCEK S.; SKARBA M.; PRIPUTEN P.; VITAZEK K.; STACHO Matus; VETERNIKOVA Jana; SABELOVA V.|
|Citation:||PHYSICS PROCEDIA vol. 35 p. 80-85|
|Type:||Articles in periodicals and books|
|Abstract:||Reduced activation ferritic/martensitic steels (RAFM) represented by binary Fe-Cr alloys, with different chromium content, were studied in as-received state as well as after helium ions implantation. In order to study changes in dependence on the temperature, thermal annealing of He ions implanted Fe-11.62%Cr specimens was performed. Measurements by Pulsed Low Energy Positron System (PLEPS) in Garching, Germany were performed afterwards. Annealing out of defects at lower temperatures was not significant as was expected and some uncertainties are present. Extensive decrease of positron lifetime of defects was observed in specimens annealed at temperature 600 ºC.|
|JRC Directorate:||Energy, Transport and Climate|
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