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Neutron Techniques for Welding Project Methods Development in Nuclear/Traditional Industrial Applications

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This paper addresses important technical problems related with methodological limitations of welding project methods currently adopted, mostly regarding numerical modelling procedure of welding processes. The progress in high nano-technologies give rise to the same approaches to be applied in traditional mechanics and material science, really concerning welding processes using various methods and techniques.

Recent investigations of welded joints have shown the benefits related to the employment of neutron techniques, to obtain substantial information advancing quality and durability that cannot be found by using other means. Small Angle Neutron Scattering (SANS) and Neutron Diffraction (ND), in particular, consent materials characterization at atomic and nanoscale level, offering to the existing technologies the essential contribution of precise structural methods. The basic theoretical aspects are described, and some SANS investigations of weldments are reported.

An experimental programme has been recently projected to develop welding processes, with quality assurance improvement, safety enhancement, life-time management and cost effectiveness of the considered joints.


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