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Conference Conference on Physical-Technical Problems of Nuclear Science, Energy Generation and Power Industry (2014 : Tomsk, Russia)
Title Radiation and Nuclear Techniques in Material Science / edited by Oleg Y. Dolmatov, Igor B. Stepanov and Sergey N. Liventsov.
Imprint Zurich : Trans Tech Publications, [2015]
©2015

Conference Conference on Physical-Technical Problems of Nuclear Science, Energy Generation and Power Industry (2014 : Tomsk, Russia)
Series Advanced Materials Research ; v. 1084
Advanced materials research ; http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/n99255722 v. 1084.
Subject Materials science -- Congresses.
Nuclear energy -- Congresses.
Radiation -- Congresses.
Alt Name Dolmatov, Oleg Y.,
Stepanov, Igor B.,
Liventsov, Sergey N.,
Description 1 online resource (751 pages) : illustrations (some color).
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Dosimetry Equipment for the Pulsed X-Ray Source Parameters Investigation; Excitation of Electromagnetic Waves in a Vircator by Radially Diverging Beam; Features of the Distribution Process of the Electromagnetic Field Frequency Components in the High-Frequency Torch Discharge Plasma; First Principle Calculations of Diffusion Barriers for Hydrogen in [alpha]-Zirconium; Form-Factors of Relativistic Electron Bunches in Polarization Radiation; Manifestation of the Spin in the Isotope Effects; Nonlinear Electrodynamic Effects of the Torch Discharge Argon Plasma.
Radiation and Nuclear Techniques in Material Science; Preface and Conference Organization; Table of Contents; Chapter 1: Materials Science and Technologies; Analysis of Magnetron-Deposited Titanium Oxynitride Coatings by Scanning Electron Microscopy and Raman Scattering; Behavior of TiO2-B System under Mechanical Activation; Changes in the Spectral Characteristics of Aluminum Films Deposited under Assisting Argon Ion Beam; Eddy Current Method for Testing of Metals under Simultaneous Exposure to Radiation and Hydrogenation; Effect of Hydrogen on Conductivity of Metals.
Formation of Shear Zone's Defect Structure in F.C.C. Metals; Influence of Carbon Pulse Ion Beam on Titanium Alloy; Investigation of Multilayered Film Structure Properties for Creation of Hydrogen Selective Membrane; Investigation of ZrO2 and TiO2 Coatings Influence on Hydrogen Sorption Behavior by Zirconium Alloy Zr1%Nb at Saturation from Gas Atmosphere; Laws of Radiation Grafting of Styrene to PVDF Films and Characterization of the Grafted Polymer; Methods of Uranium Hexafluoride Purification.
Obtaining Hydrogen and Carbon Materials from Hydrocarbonic Gas in Microwave Plasma Discharge at Amospheric Pressure; Study on the Spatial Structure of Ultrafine-Grained Light Alloys by Microtomography; Technology of Synthesis of Opal Matrix Metamaterials; Temperature Effect on the Rate of Hydrogen Desorption by Carbon Materials; UHF-Properties of Nanocomposites: Magnetic Resonance; Simulation of the Uranium Crystallization Process Using Cellular Automata; Development of a Thermal Model of the Experimental Electrolyzer; Fluoride Technology of Processing Oxides of Rare Earth Elements.
Chapter 2: Plasma, Microwave, Ion, Electron and Isotope Technologies; Development of Impurities Determination Method in Isotopically Enriched Preparations; Carbon and Oxygen Atoms Distribution along Low-Temperature Plasma Torch in the Magnetic Field; Cluster Structure of Salt Solutions in Polar Dielectric Liquids; Control over Hard X-Ray Parameters Using External Temperature Gradient; Determination of Optimal Parameters of the X-Ray Source on the Basis of Compact Electron Accelerators; Diffusion of Hydrogen in Steel by Electron Irradiation.
Note Plasma Module Based on High Frequency Torch Plasmatron for the Research of the Processes of Plasma Utilization and Immobilization of Closed NFC Wastes.
Summary Collection of selected, peer reviewed papers from the Conference on Physical-Technical Problems of Nuclear Science, Energy Generation and Power Industry, (PTPAI-2014), June 5-7, 2014, Tomsk, Russia. The 151 papers are grouped as follows: Chapter 1: Materials Science and Technologies;Chapter 2: Plasma, Microwave, Ion, Electron and Isotope Technologies; Chapter 3: Nuclear Engineering and Fuel Cycles; Chapter 4: Radiation Technologies in Medicine; Chapter 5: Computation, Automation, Information Technologies and Safety Systems in Nuclear Industry.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 9783038267614 (electronic bk.)
3038267619 (electronic bk.)
OCLC # 903858619
Additional Format Print version: Dolmatov, Oleg Y. Radiation and Nuclear Techniques in Material Science. Zurich : Trans Tech Publishers, ©2015 9783038353768


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