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Author Gomez-Ferrer, Begona,
Title Resistivity recovery in Fe and FeCr alloys / Begona Gomez-Ferrer.
Imprint Switzerland : Springer, 2016.

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Author Gomez-Ferrer, Begona,
Series SpringerBriefs in applied sciences and technology, 2191-530X
SpringerBriefs in applied sciences and technology.
Subject Iron -- Electric properties.
Iron alloys -- Electric properties.
Description 1 online resource.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Acknowledgments; Contents; Abbreviations, Acronyms and Signs; List of Figures; List of Tables; Abstract; 1 Thermonuclear Fusion; Abstract; 1.1 The Green Solution; 1.2 Materials Problem in Fusion Reactors; 1.3 Modelling and Experimental Validation; 1.4 Interest of Fe-Cr Alloys; References; 2 Resistivity and Experimental Techniques; Abstract; 2.1 Resistivity Basics; 2.1.1 Electronic Band Structures; 2.1.2 Quantum Drude Model; 2.1.3 Matthiessen's Rule; 2.1.4 SRO Effects; 2.1.5 Non-Simple Metals: The S-P Interaction.
2.1.6 Magnetic Effects and Deviations from Matthiessen's Rule: The Two-current Model2.2 Radiation Effects on Resistivity; 2.3 Annealing Theory; 2.3.1 Defect Diffusion; 2.3.2 Rate Theory; 2.4 Resistivity Recovery Method; 2.5 Improved RR Method; References; 3 Experimental on Resistivity; Abstract; 3.1 Four-point Probe Method: VdP Technique; 3.2 Low-Voltage Measurement Technique: Delta Method; 3.3 System Requirements; 3.4 Sample Preparation; 3.5 Setup; 3.6 Resistivity and Temperature Measurements; References; 4 State of the Art; Abstract; 4.1 Accepted Picture in Pure Fe.
4.2 Critical Review of Pure Fe Accepted Picture4.3 The Effect of Cr; 4.3.1 Stage III Evaluation by Nikolaev; 4.4 The Contribution of Modelling; References; 5 RR in Fe and FeCr Alloys; Abstract; 5.1 Fe-Cr Residual Resistivity Characterization; 5.2 Defect Production by Electrons, Neutrons, and Protons; 5.3 Samples and Irradiation Runs: Effects of CCr; 5.4 RR Result in Pure Fe; 5.5 RR Results in Fe-Cr; 5.5.1 The Effect of CCr on Classical RR Results; 5.5.2 The Effect of Improved RR Method; 5.5.3 Final Discussion; 5.5.4 Comparisons with the Literature; References; 6 Outlook; Appendix A.
Outline placeholderAnalytical Expression of the Resistivity in Non-Simple Alloys; Appendix B; References; Index.
Summary This book covers the Resistivity Recovery (RR) technique, underlying its physical principles, performance and problematic. A concise review on the state of the art is provided, showing the advances in radiation modelling, linking both experimental and theoretical fields. The reader will find a data compilation and comparison of up-to-date results obtained from the European Fusion Development Agreement model alloys.
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Note Print version record.
ISBN 9783319388571 (electronic bk.)
3319388576 (electronic bk.)
OCLC # 959954117
Additional Format Print version: 9783319388564 3319388568 (OCoLC)946908152

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