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ISBN-10: 1118217535

ISBN-13: 9781118217535

Dedicated to the cutting edge layout and use of ceramic fabrics for strength functions, this factor brings readers modern with one of the most vital examine discoveries and new and rising functions within the box. Contributions come from the court cases of 3 symposia, in addition to the ecu Union–USA Engineering Ceramics Summit. the 3 symposia are: Ceramics for electrical power new release, garage, and Distribution; complicated Ceramics and Composites for Nuclear and Fusion functions; and complex fabrics and applied sciences for Rechargeable Batteries. An abundance of charts, tables, and illustrations are incorporated throughout.

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Rebillat, J. Lamon, R. Naslain, E. L. Curzio, M. K. Feber and T. M. , 81 [9], 2315-2326 (1998). 11 F. Rebillat, J. Lamon and A. , 48,4609-46018 (2000). Ceramic Materials for Energy Applications II · 31 Ceramic Materials for Energy Applications II Edited by Kevin Fox, Yutai Katoh, Hua-Tay Lin and llias Belharouak Copyright © 2013 The American Ceramic Society SiC-COATED HTR FUEL PARTICLE PERFORMANCE Michael J. Kania, Averill Park, NY, USA Heinz Nabielek, Düren, NRW, Germany Karl Verfondern, Forschungszentrum Jülich, Germany ABSTRACT The German HTR (High Temperature Gas-Cooled Reactor) fuel program successfully developed, licensed and manufactured many thousands of spherical fuel elements that were used to power the experimental AVR reactor and the prototype THTR1 reactor.

9 K. S. Park, T. Hinoki and A. , 27 [5], 19-27 (2006). 10 F. Rebillat, J. Lamon, R. Naslain, E. L. Curzio, M. K. Feber and T. M. , 81 [9], 2315-2326 (1998). 11 F. Rebillat, J. Lamon and A. , 48,4609-46018 (2000). Ceramic Materials for Energy Applications II · 31 Ceramic Materials for Energy Applications II Edited by Kevin Fox, Yutai Katoh, Hua-Tay Lin and llias Belharouak Copyright © 2013 The American Ceramic Society SiC-COATED HTR FUEL PARTICLE PERFORMANCE Michael J. Kania, Averill Park, NY, USA Heinz Nabielek, Düren, NRW, Germany Karl Verfondern, Forschungszentrum Jülich, Germany ABSTRACT The German HTR (High Temperature Gas-Cooled Reactor) fuel program successfully developed, licensed and manufactured many thousands of spherical fuel elements that were used to power the experimental AVR reactor and the prototype THTR1 reactor.

Hasegawa, Y. Katoh, A. H. L. , 329-333, 56-65 (2004). 3 R. , 64, 155170(2004). 4 A. Kohyama, S. M. Dong and Y. Katoh, "Development of SiC/SiC Composites by Nano-Infiltration and Transient Eutectic (NITE) Process," Ceramic Engineering and Science Proceedings. ,311-318 (2000). 5 S. M. Dong, Y. Katoh and A. ,23, 1223-1231 (2003). 6 J. A. DiCarlo, "Microstructural Optimization of High Temperature SiC/SiC Composites," Proceedings of the 5lh International Conference on High Temperature Ceramic Matrix Composites (HTCMC5), p.

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