Nuclear Corrosion Science and Engineering

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  • Author : Damien FERON
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Pages : 1072 pages
  • ISBN : 085709534X
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Nuclear Corrosion Science and Engineering

Nuclear Corrosion Science and Engineering
  • Author : Damien FERON
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 21 February 2012
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Corrosion of nuclear materials, i.e. the interaction between these materials and their environments, is a major issue for plant safety as well as for operation and economic competitiveness. Understanding these corrosion mechanisms, the systems and materials they affect, and the methods to accurately measure their incidence is of critical importance to the nuclear industry. Combining assessment techniques and analytical models into this understanding allows operators to predict the service life of corrosion-affected nuclear plant materials, and to apply the

Nuclear Corrosion

Nuclear Corrosion
  • Author : Stefan Ritter
  • Publisher : Woodhead Publishing
  • Release : 14 August 2020
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Nuclear Corrosion: Research, Progress and Challenges, part of the “Green Book series of the EFC, builds upon the foundations of the very first book published in this series in 1989 (“Number 1 - Corrosion in the Nuclear Industry ). This newest volume provides an overview on state-of-the-art research in some of the most important areas of nuclear corrosion. Chapters covered include aging phenomena in light water reactors, reprocessing plants, nuclear waste disposal, and supercritical water and liquid metal systems. This book will be

Corrosion Induced by Low Energy Radionuclides

Corrosion Induced by Low Energy Radionuclides
  • Author : Gilbert Bellanger
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 18 December 2004
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Nuclear power plants emit radiation and particles across a range of energies. This radiation can cause corrosion to occur in critically important parts of the plant, which can lead to efficiency and safety problems. Gamma rays and neutrons have the highest energies and can break the metal bonds in interior metallic structures causing damage quickly and in easily monitored ways. Consequently these types of radiation and the best alloys to use to mitigate their effects have been extensively researched and

Stress Corrosion Cracking of Nickel Based Alloys in Water cooled Nuclear Reactors

Stress Corrosion Cracking of Nickel Based Alloys in Water cooled Nuclear Reactors
  • Author : Damien Feron,Roger W Staehle
  • Publisher : Woodhead Publishing
  • Release : 30 January 2016
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Stress Corrosion Cracking of Nickel Based Alloys in Water-Cooled Nuclear Reactors: The Coriou Effect presents the latest information on brittle failure of metals in corrosive chemical environments under the influence of tensile stresses. Nickel alloys are more resistant to SCC as well as high temperatures and have been widely used in more challenging environments such as nuclear power plants. However, these alloys can suffer SCC under certain conditions, resulting in component failure. A key figure in understanding the mechanisms of

Nuclear Corrosion Modeling

Nuclear Corrosion Modeling
  • Author : Roy Castelli
  • Publisher : Butterworth-Heinemann
  • Release : 22 July 2009
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Corrosion in nuclear power plants cause reductions in efficiency and increases in deposit build-up on plant surfaces, making for expensive maintentance and potential radiological health hazards. This book guides studies to predict and minimize corrosion, thus making nuclear power safer and more cost effective. Too often, reliance on empirical models and on-site testing of existing plants makes study and prediction of corrosive effects in nuclear reactors into a pricey and lengthy process. Introducing the experimental procedures, set up, sample preparation

A Working Party Report on Corrosion in the Nuclear Industry EFC 1

A Working Party Report on Corrosion in the Nuclear Industry EFC 1
  • Author : European Federation Corrosion Working Party on Nuclear Corrosion
  • Publisher : CRC Press
  • Release : 09 March 2020
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First published in 1989. The EFC, incorporated in Belgium, was founded in 1955 with the purpose of promoting European co-operation in the fields of research into corrosion and corrosion prevention. In 1986 the EFC Working Party on Nuclear Corrosion was reorganised with the objective of concentrating on nine topics of relevance to the nuclear power industry. The group of experts in the Working Party. The new structure of the Working Party is based on the following topics: - Pressurised Water Reactors - Boiling

Corrosion Monitoring in Nuclear Systems EFC 56

Corrosion Monitoring in Nuclear Systems EFC 56
  • Author : Stefan Ritter,Anders Molander
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release : 20 September 2017
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Corrosion remains one of the key issues affecting the performance and availability of nuclear power plants. Therefore, reliable in-plant corrosion monitoring methods are essential both for the future operation of existing plants and to ensure the safety of future nuclear waste disposal systems. In two parts, this book was stimulated by a workshop organised by EFC Working Party 4 on Nuclear Corrosion and the European Cooperative Group on Corrosion Monitoring of Nuclear Materials (EGC-COMON). The first part deals mainly with research

Corrosion Issues in Light Water Reactors

Corrosion Issues in Light Water Reactors
  • Author : D Féron,J-M Olive
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 22 June 2007
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Stress corrosion cracking is a major problem in light water nuclear reactors, whether pressurised water reactors (PWRs) or boiling water reactors (BWRs). The nuclear industry needs to be able to predict the service life of these power plants and develop appropriate maintenance and repair practices to ensure safe long term operation. This important book sums up key recent research on corrosion in light water reactors and its practical applications. The book is divided into four parts. It begins with an

Nuclear Corrosion Modeling

Nuclear Corrosion Modeling
  • Author : Roy Castelli
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 03 December 2021
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Corrosion in nuclear power plants cause reductions in efficiency and increases in deposit build-up on plant surfaces, making for expensive maintentance and potential radiological health hazards. This book guides studies to predict and minimize corrosion, thus making nuclear power safer and more cost effective. Too often, reliance on empirical models and on-site testing of existing plants makes study and prediction of corrosive effects in nuclear reactors into a pricey and lengthy process.

Sulphur Assisted Corrosion in Nuclear Disposal Systems

Sulphur Assisted Corrosion in Nuclear Disposal Systems
  • Author : Damien Féron,Bruno Kursten,Frank Druyts
  • Publisher : CRC Press
  • Release : 26 November 2020
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In the different disposal concepts for high-level nuclear waste, corrosion of the metallic barriers and in particular the overpack/container is a major issue. It is imperative for performance assessment to predict the lifetime of these containers. In the lifetime prediction of metallic barriers for the disposal of high level nuclear waste (HLW) or of spent fuel, the presence of (reduced) sulphur species is an issue of growing importance, as the sulphur species are involved in localised corrosion phenomena. The

A Working Party Report on Corrosion Problems Related to Nuclear Waste Disposal

A Working Party Report on Corrosion Problems Related to Nuclear Waste Disposal
  • Author : European Federation of Corrosion. Working Party on Nuclear Corrosion
  • Publisher : Woodhead Pub Limited
  • Release : 03 December 1992
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Working Party on Nuclear CorrosionCovers the corrosion related problems inherent in the various concepts of waste disposal which may result from different geological conditions of the host formations. Papers investigate the importance of engineered barriers; high strength corrosion resistant candidate nuclear waste containers; disposal of heat generating radioactive wastes in rock salt; advanced corrosion studies on packaging materials for high level waste containers in rock salt; carbon steel and copper canisters and hydrogen gas generation from iron corrosion in cementitious

Sulphur Assisted Corrosion in Nuclear Disposal Systems

Sulphur Assisted Corrosion in Nuclear Disposal Systems
  • Author : Damien Féron,Bruno Kursten,Frank Druyts
  • Publisher : CRC Press
  • Release : 26 November 2020
GET THIS BOOK Sulphur Assisted Corrosion in Nuclear Disposal Systems

In the different disposal concepts for high-level nuclear waste, corrosion of the metallic barriers and in particular the overpack/container is a major issue. It is imperative for performance assessment to predict the lifetime of these containers. In the lifetime prediction of metallic barriers for the disposal of high level nuclear waste (HLW) or of spent fuel, the presence of (reduced) sulphur species is an issue of growing importance, as the sulphur species are involved in localised corrosion phenomena. The