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Resistivity Recovery in Fe and FeCr alloys

  • Emphasizes the Resistivity Recovery technique, from theory to applications

  • Underlines the physical principles and state of the art on experiments and modelling on resistivity recovery

  • Proposes improvements to the classical resistivity recovery method


Part of the SpringerBriefs in Applied Sciences and Technology book series (BRIEFSAPPLSCIENCES)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxviii
  2. Begoña Gómez-Ferrer
    Pages 1-17
  3. Begoña Gómez-Ferrer
    Pages 19-49
  4. Begoña Gómez-Ferrer
    Pages 51-72
  5. Begoña Gómez-Ferrer
    Pages 73-101
  6. Begoña Gómez-Ferrer
    Pages 103-148
  7. Begoña Gómez-Ferrer
    Pages 149-152
  8. Back Matter
    Pages 153-166

About this book


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. 


Fusion technology Radiation damage Modelling validation Neutron irradiation Fusion steels

Authors and affiliations

  1. 1.CIEMATMadridSpain

About the authors

Begoña Gómez-Ferrer is currently a post-doc researcher at the Fusion Technology Division of the National Fusion Laboratory CIEMAT in Madrid, Spain. Her research interests include the study of dielectric and optical properties of specific insulators, fibres optics and windows for future fusion reactors.

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