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Microstructural evolution of α or β quenched zirconium alloys during isothermal agings, between 20 °C and 750 °C
Journal de Physique IV : Proceedings
In Zircaloy and zirconium alloys, after quench from the upper limit of the a domain a small quantity of iron, chromium or nickel remains in solid solution and then precipitates during further isothermal aging. This precipitation is studied between 450°C and 600°C, using thermoelectric power (TEP) and resistivity measurements. It is shown that precipitation kinetic is strongly reduced by the presence of oxygen and tin. After quench from the P domain (7030°C) five stages of evolution are detecteddoi:10.1051/jp4:1993783 fatcat:nh3hsvcjmbev5jrwzza34ubaii