W-Cr solid solution: Comparison of alloying in SPS and by ball milling

Conference Dates

March 10-15, 2019


Tungsten alloys currently represent prospective candidates to replace tungsten in the first wall applications in future fusion facilities. They are anticipated to suppress unfavorable mechanical properties of commercially pure tungsten and/or to gain advantages such as ability of self-passivation under accidental conditions. The self-passivating alloys are designed to minimize possible consequences related mainly to a LOCA (Loss of Coolant Accident) event with simultaneous air ingress into the reactor vessel.

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