By Sharon Marra, Andrew Wereszczak, Edgar Lara-Curzio
Chapter 1 (GENIV) subsequent iteration Nuclear energy and requisites for criteria, Codes and knowledge Bases for Ceramic Matrix Composites (pages 2–7): Michael G. Jenkins, Edgar Lara?Curzio and William E. Windes
Chapter 2 decision of Promising Inert Matrix gas Compounds (pages 11–17): C. R. Stanek, J. A. Valdez, ok. E. Sickafus, okay. J. McClellan and R. W. Grimes
Chapter three Densification Mechanism and Microstructural Evolution of SiC Matrix in Nite method (pages 19–27): Kazuya Shimoda, Joon?Soon Park, Tatsuya Hinoki and Akira Kohyama
Chapter four Optimization of Sintering Parameters for Nitride Transmutation Fuels (pages 29–38): John T. Dunwoody, Christopher R. Stanek, Kenneth J. McClellan, Stewart L. Voit, Thomas Hartmann, Kirk Wheeler, Manuel Parra and Pedro D. Peralta
Chapter five Ceramics in Non?Thermal Plasma Discharges for Hydrogen new release (pages 39–46): R. Vintila, G. Mendoza?Suarez, J. A. Kozinski and R. A. L. Drew
Chapter 6 Piezoelectric Ceramic Fiber Composites for power Harvesting to energy digital parts (pages 47–54): Richard Cass, Farhad Mohammadi and Stephen Leschin
Chapter 7 layout issue utilizing a SiC/SiC Composites for middle section of fuel Cooled quick Reactor. I. Hoop pressure (pages 55–63): Jae?Kwang Lee and Masayuki Naganuma
Chapter eight Characterisations of Ti3SiC2 as Candidate for the Structural fabrics of extreme temperature Reactors (pages 65–76): Fabienne Audubert, Guillaume Abrivard and Christophe Tallaron
Chapter nine effect of Specimen kind and Loading Configuration at the Fracture energy of SiC Layer in lined Particle gas (pages 77–87): T. S. Byun, S. G. Hong, L. L. Snead and Y. Katoh
Chapter 10 research of Aluminides as power Matrix fabrics for Inert Matrix Nuclear Fuels (pages 89–99): rattling D. Byler, Kenneth J. McClellan, James A. Valdez, Pedro D. Peralta and Kirk Wheeler
Chapter eleven Fluidised mattress Chemical Vapour Deposition of Pyrolytic Carbon (pages 101–114): E. Lopez Honorato, P. Xiao, G. Marsh and T. Abram
Chapter 12 energy trying out of Monolithic and Duplex Silicon Carbide Cylinders in aid of Use as Nuclear gas Cladding (pages 117–125): Denwood F. Ross and William R. Hendrich
Chapter thirteen Subcritical Crack progress in Hi?Nicalon forms Fiber CV1?S1C/S1C Composites (pages 127–144): Charles H. Henager
Chapter 14 electric Conductivity of Proton Conductive Ceramics below Reactor Irradiation (pages 145–156): Tatsuo Shikama, Bun Tsuchiya, Shinji Nagata and Kentaro Toh
Chapter 15 the consequences of Irradiation?Induced Swelling of ingredients on Mechanical houses of complicated SiC/SiC Composites (pages 157–167): Kazumi Ozawa, Takashi Nozawa, Tatsuya Hinoki and Akira Kohyama
Chapter sixteen Behaviors of Radioluminescence of Optical Ceramics for Nuclear functions (pages 169–178): T. Shikama, S. Nagata, ok. Toh, B. Tsuchiya and A. Inouye
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Dunwoody, Christopher R. Stanek, Kenneth J. McClellan, Stewart L. Voit. O. Box 1663 Los Alamos, NM, 87544 Thomas Hartmann University of Nevada-Las Vegas Harry Reid Center for Environmental Studies 4505 Maryland Parkway, Box 454009 Las Vegas, NV, 891544009 Kirk Wheeler, Manuel Parra, Pedro D. O. Box 876106 Tempe, AZ, 85287-6106 ABSTRACT One mission of the Advanced Fuel Cycle Initiative (AFCI) is to develop transmutation fuels ( i e . fuels capable of having their transuranic elements transmuted to a shorter-lived isotopes) in order to close the nuclear fuel cycle, thereby reducing: the U S .
Ceramics in Nuclear and Alternative Energy Applications . 27 Ceramics in Nuclear and Alternative Energy Applications Editor Sharon Marra Copyright 0 2007 by the American Ceramics Society. OPTIMIZATION OF SWTERING PARAMETERS FOR NITRIDE TRANSMUTATION FUELS JohnT. Dunwoody, Christopher R. Stanek, Kenneth J. McClellan, Stewart L. Voit. O. Box 1663 Los Alamos, NM, 87544 Thomas Hartmann University of Nevada-Las Vegas Harry Reid Center for Environmental Studies 4505 Maryland Parkway, Box 454009 Las Vegas, NV, 891544009 Kirk Wheeler, Manuel Parra, Pedro D.
However, if one considers that porosity, specifically open porosity, is intentionally designed into the fuel forni in order to accommodate fission gas release, the microstructure seen in pellets sintered at 1600" C in argon would be inadequate, trapping the gas in the closed pores. (a) (b) Figure 4. Typical microstructure of ZrN sintered at 1600" C. (a) Argon atmosphere, (b) Nitrogen atmosphere. Scale bar is 50 p i in both images. (a) (b) Figure 5 . Typical microstructure of ZrN sintered at 1300"C.