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An Introduction to Nuclear Materials

Fundamentals and Applications

Murty, K. Linga / Charit, Indrajit

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1. Auflage Dezember 2012
XVI, 382 Seiten, Hardcover
254 Abbildungen
27 Tabellen
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ISBN: 978-3-527-41201-3
Wiley-VCH, Berlin

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Covering both fundamental and advanced aspects in an accessible way, this textbook deals with various materials science principles, emphasizing the latest developments and outstanding problems. A valuable introduction as well as a ready reference for experienced practitioners.

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In diesem Buch geht es um Einsatzmöglichkeiten verschiedener Materialien in der Kernenergietechnik. Nach einem allgemeinen Überblick über Aufbau und Funktion von Kernreaktoren werden die verschiedenen Systeme einzeln besprochen.
Die letzten Kapitel befassen sich mit Spezialthemen wie Reaktoren für die Raumfahrt und Fusionsreaktoren. Die Autoren legen viel Wert darauf, Struktur-Eigenschafts-Beziehungen herauszustellen und naturwissenschaftliche Prinzipien aus vielen Disziplinen zu erfassen. Jedes Kapitel wird durch eine Zusammenfassung, Literaturhinweise und Übungsaufgaben abgeschlossen. Kenndaten, die man für Anwendungen in der Praxis braucht, stellt ein Anhang übersichtlich zusammen.

1. Overview of Nuclear Reactor Systems and Materials Selection Bases
2. Fundamental Nature of Materials
3. Fundamentals of Radiation Damage
4. Dislocation Theories
5. Properties of Materials
6. Radiation Effects on Materials
7. Nuclear Fuels
K. Linga Murty has been on the faculty of the Nuclear Engineering department at North Carolina State University since 1981 and has been teaching courses in Nuclear Materials. He received his Ph.D. degree in Applied Physics (Materials) from Cornell University (USA) in 1970. Dr. Murty is the recipient of numerous awards including the American Nuclear Society Mishima Award (1993) and the Metcalfe Medal (1963). He is a fellow of ASM-International, ANS and IIM and has authored or coauthored more than 290 technical papers.

Indrajit Charit has been on the faculty of the Chemical and Materials Engineering department at the University of Idaho since 2007. He serves both Materials Science and Engineering and Nuclear Engineering programs. He was a member of the research staff of the Nuclear Engineering department at North Carolina State University since 2005. He received his Ph.D. degree in Metallurgical Engineering from the University of Missouri-Rolla (USA) in 2004. Dr. Charit?s research focuses on developing processing-structure-properties relationships in nuclear reactor materials, and his research has been supported by the US Department of Energy?s Nuclear Energy University Programs, Idaho National Laboratory and Center for Advanced Energy Studies. He has published about 60 technical papers.

K. L. Murty, North Carolina State University; I. Charit, North Carolina State University