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Synergy of plastic deformation and gas retention in tungsten

(2015) NUCLEAR FUSION. 55(1).
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Taking the example of tungsten, we demonstrate that high-flux plasma exposure of recrystallized and plastically deformed samples leads to principal differences in the gas trapping and associated surface modification. Surface of the exposed predeformed samples exhibits ruptured mu m-sized blisters, a signature of bubbles nucleated close to the surface on the plastically induced dislocation network. Contrary to the recrystallized samples, no stage attributable to gas bubbles appeared in the desorption spectrum of the deformed samples demonstrating the strong impact of dislocations on hydrogen retention.
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DIFFUSION, HYDROGEN, ENERGY, PLASMA, dislocation, retention, hydrogen

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Terentyev, Dmitry, Gregory De Temmerman, B Minov, Yevhen Zayachuk, K Lambrinou, TW Morgan, Andrii Dubinko, K Bystrov, and Guido Van Oost. 2015. “Synergy of Plastic Deformation and Gas Retention in Tungsten.” Nuclear Fusion 55 (1).
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Terentyev, Dmitry, De Temmerman, G., Minov, B., Zayachuk, Y., Lambrinou, K., Morgan, T., Dubinko, A., et al. (2015). Synergy of plastic deformation and gas retention in tungsten. NUCLEAR FUSION, 55(1).
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Terentyev D, De Temmerman G, Minov B, Zayachuk Y, Lambrinou K, Morgan T, et al. Synergy of plastic deformation and gas retention in tungsten. NUCLEAR FUSION. 2015;55(1).
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Terentyev, Dmitry, Gregory De Temmerman, B Minov, et al. “Synergy of Plastic Deformation and Gas Retention in Tungsten.” NUCLEAR FUSION 55.1 (2015): n. pag. Print.
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  abstract     = {Taking the example of tungsten, we demonstrate that high-flux plasma exposure of recrystallized and plastically deformed samples leads to principal differences in the gas trapping and associated surface modification. Surface of the exposed predeformed samples exhibits ruptured mu m-sized blisters, a signature of bubbles nucleated close to the surface on the plastically induced dislocation network. Contrary to the recrystallized samples, no stage attributable to gas bubbles appeared in the desorption spectrum of the deformed samples demonstrating the strong impact of dislocations on hydrogen retention.},
  articleno    = {013007},
  author       = {Terentyev, Dmitry and De Temmerman, Gregory and Minov, B and Zayachuk, Yevhen and Lambrinou, K and Morgan, TW and Dubinko, Andrii and Bystrov, K and Van Oost, Guido},
  issn         = {0029-5515},
  journal      = {NUCLEAR FUSION},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {1},
  pages        = {5},
  title        = {Synergy of plastic deformation and gas retention in tungsten},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1088/0029-5515/55/1/013007},
  volume       = {55},
  year         = {2015},
}

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