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Melting and Casting
Composite Fuel Plate Fabrication
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1late alloy core aluminum alloys Babcock and Wilcox blisters brazing cast billets Chemical Reprocessing complete UAL suppression composite fuel plates composite plate Corrosion Testing decrease in yield Effect of Silicon end effects enriched uranium eutectic extrusion Fabrication by Hot frame material fuel alloy fuel cores fuel elements fuel plate fabrication hot rolling indicated intermetallic compound Irradiation Testing Mark XI materials combination MELTING AND CASTING nominal 48 nominal kQ wt nucleation Number plate spacings Plate-Type Pneumatic Pressure Testing Q Q Q R. J. Beaver reduction in thickness rolled at 600°C room temperature samples segregation shown in Fig Si-Al cores Si-Al Si-Al Si-Al silicon addition silicon-modified alloy specimens Table tensile properties tensile strength ternary additions ternary alloy Top Bottom U-AI UAI3 UAI4 unclad unmodified alloy W. C. Thurber Wilcox Company wt/o x-ray yield strength