By Prepared by the Working Party on Nuclear Corrosion
This quantity specializes in 9 themes of relevance to the nuclear strength undefined. Chapters conceal: pressurised water reactors, boiling water reactors, gasoline parts, complex gasoline reactors, hot temperature reactors, liquid steel quick breeders, fusion reactors, reprocessing and waste administration.
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1. Corrosion in Pressurized Water Reactors
2. Corrosion difficulties in Boiling Water Reactors and their treatments
three. Zircaloy gas Cladding Corrosion Behaviour lower than gentle Water Reactor Operation and twist of fate stipulations
four. The Oxidation of based Stainless Steels and gas Cladding within the complex Gas-Cooled Reactors
five. Corrosion Behaviour of steel fabrics within the Cooling fuel of extreme temperature Reactors
6. Corrosion in quickly Breeder Reactors
7. Corrosion difficulties in Nuclear Fusion Reactors
eight. Corrosion Resistance of steel fabrics to be used in Nuclear gas Reprocessing
nine. Corrosion elements of packing containers for High-Level Waste Disposal
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Lithium is the breeding material for T, it can absorb a neutron and produce T and He according to the following reactions: In order to produce Tritium by neutron iri,;idiation in a fusion reactor the use of Li or of Lithium bearing material is essential. The Breeding materials most commonly considered a r e liquid metals o r alloys (Li, Pb-17Li) and Li Si0 Li Si0 ceramics (Li20, L i A l O 2’ 2 3’ 4 4’ Li ZrO ) . 2 3 The coolants are H 0, the liquid metals o r alloys (self cocle8 concepts) or He.