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Study of V-Fe system alloys by internal friction and electrical resistance

9/16/2020 2020 - #03 Nuclear materials

Zakharova М.I. Tarasikov V.P.

DOI: https://doi.org/10.26583/npe.2020.3.11

UDC: 621.039.531

The development of structural materials with high stability of properties in radiation fields is an urgent task of radiation materials science.

The V-Fe metal system is a unique object for studying the mechanisms of the influence of impurities and alloying elements on the development of vacancy porosity in metals under the action of neutrons.

Vanadium alloys with 0.6, 1.5, 2.5, 2.8, and 3.3 at.% iron were studied by the methods of low-frequency internal friction and electrical resistance. The study was carried out on samples cut from ingots.

The results of the analysis of the obtained data are as follows:

– the vanadium alloys with Fe content of 0.6, 1.5, 2.5, 2.8 and 3.3 at.% are in the state of solid solution, which is established by the methods of internal friction and electrical resistance;

– based on internal friction data, the activation energies of relaxation processes of impurity oxygen 0.91 – 1.04 eV and nitrogen 1.46 – 1.63 eV were determined for all the studied vanadium-iron alloys; and

– the formation of an iron-oxygen complex with an activation energy of 1.17 eV and a binding energy of 0.07 eV was revealed.

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vanadium iron alloys oxygen nitrogen impurity atoms electrical resistance internal friction annealing