Applied neutron diffraction for industry (ANDI)

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Journal titlePhysica B : Condensed Matter
IssuePart 2
Pages883889; # of pages: 7
Subjectindustrial applications; neutron diffraction; residual stress
AbstractIn general diffraction is a powerful technique for gaining an understanding of the behavior of materials. When combined with the high penetration of neutrons one has access to a uniquely powerful and nondestructive probe that has gained wide use in the materials science and engineering field. It is also true that neutrons provide an excellent tool for evaluating and verifying real industrial processes and/or fabrication routes. This paper focuses on examples in which neutrons have been put to work for industry; simulating realistic conditions, contributing to failure analysis, verifying the effectiveness of processing steps, and dealing with regulatory bodies.
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AffiliationNational Research Council Canada; NRC Canadian Neutron Beam Centre
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NPARC number12338844
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Record created2009-09-11
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