Effect of proton and laser irradiation on the elastic and inelastic properties of a V-Ti-Cr alloy View Full Text


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2004-08

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B. K. Kardashev, O. A. Plaksin, V. A. Stepanov, V. M. Chernov

ABSTRACT

The behavior of Young’s modulus E and the decrement of ultrasonic vibrations δ in a V-4Ti-4Cr alloy is studied during proton (8-MeV protons, dose rate 104 Gy/s) or IR laser (YAG: Nd3+ laser, wavelength 1.06 µm, intensity up to 102 W/cm2) irradiation. Measurements are performed using the method of a composite piezoelectric oscillator (longitudinal 100-kHz resonance vibrations). The sizes of the irradiated surface regions of a sample in the proton and laser experiments are the same in order to provide the same thermal conditions in the sample-quartz transducer system. The amplitude, time, and temperature dependences of E and δ are measured before and after preliminary plastic deformation, as well as before, during, and after irradiation of a sample. The process of postdeformation aging (the kinetics of recovery of internal friction after deformation) during proton irradiation is shown to differ substantially from that during laser irradiation. The specific features detected can be explained by the more intense evolution of the defect structure during proton irradiation. Analysis shows that radiation annealing is related to the ionizing component of proton irradiation, which excites the electronic subsystem of the metallic alloy and, thus, creates hot electrons and plasmons. The electron excitations relax at lattice defects (dislocations) and increase the dislocation mobility; this results in a relatively rapid decrease in the dislocation density and in a more significant (as compared to the laser irradiation) decrease in the level of internal stresses in the material. More... »

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1449-1455

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Physics of the Solid State

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8

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46

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