Intergranular corrosion of aluminum-uranium and aluminum-silicon-uranium alloys
H. C. Bowen, R. L. Dillon, Hanford Atomic Products Operation. Reactor and Fuels Research and Development Operation, Hanford Works, U.S. Atomic Energy Commission, United States. Energy Research and Development Administration, United States. National Bureau of Standards. Fracture and Deformation Division, United States. Dept. of Energy. Office of Fusion Energy, United States. National Bureau of Standards
U.S. Atomic Energy Commission, 1958 - Technology & Engineering - 11 pages
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15 w/o uranium 24 hours 350 C water Al-Si 6 w/o Al-Si alloys containing Alloy almost completely alloy corroded intergranularly Alloy destroyed Alloys containing 1.4 alloys were tested Aluminum alloys containing aluminum-plutonium alloy ALUMINUM-SILICON-URANIUM ALLOYS aluminum-uranium alloys ALUMINUM-URANIUM AND ALUMINUM-SILICON-URANIUM as-cast alloy As-cast aluminum alloys as-cast and wrought attack at cut autoclaved for 24 badly swollen C. H. Bloomster Cast Cast Cast Cryolite process Cast Wrought Cast Ceramics TID-4500 clad pieces completely destroyed CORROSION OF ALUMINUM-URANIUM corrosion testing crucible cut end etched cut face Destroyed Destroyed Destroyed diameter dimensional change evidence of intergranular fuel element cores H. C. Bowen hours in 350 intergranular corrosion resistance jacket long rod mils of metal Plutonium RICHLAND separations problem showed intergranular attack silicon surface oxide test were cast undercutting test uranium were tested W. L. Lyon w/o U alloy w/o U as-cast w/o U sample w/o U wrought wrought alloy Wrought Cast Wrought Zircaloy-3