Helium in Metals-Diffusion and Equation of State

Benny Glam
Soreq Nuclear Research Center, Yavne, Israel

Series: Physics Research and Technology
BISAC: SCI055000

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This book presents an experimental and analytical investigation of helium diffusion and bubble formation and growth in aluminum. A theoretical model for equation of state of aluminum with helium bubbles and its validation in shock wave experiments are also presented. Analytical evaluation of the diffusion processes in both cases was done to explain the experimental results. The number of helium atoms in a bubble was calculated from the electron energy loss spectrum (EELS) measurements. These measurements confirmed the hard sphere equation of state (EOS) for inert gases that was used in the analytical diffusion calculations. (Imprint: Nova)

ABSTRACT

1. HELIUM DIFFUSION AND BUBBLES FORMATION IN ALUMINUM

2. PREFERRED HELIUM MIGRATION DIRECTION IN ALUMINUM

3. EQUATION OF STATE FOR ALUMINUM CONTAINING HELIUM BUBBLES

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