Influence of transmutation transformations of chemical elements on phase stability of steels irradiated by fast neutrons of BN-600 reactor
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Activation and equivalent dose rate are calculated for structural steels Fe-9Cr-W-V-Mn and EK-181 irradiated with neutrons of the BN-600 reactor. Nuclear transmutation in these steels is estimated and phase stability of steels irradiated in neutron fluxes with different fluences is predicted on the basis of calculated chromium-nickel equivalents and the Scheffler phase diagram modified by Schneider.
Key wordsstructural steels BN-600 activation nuclear transmutation phase stability
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