NDT.net - August 2002, Vol. 7 No.08

Project GRETE: Evaluation of Non-Destructive Testing Techniques for Monitoring of Material Degradation

B. Acosta, JRC, European Commission, Netherlands; M. Delnondedieu, EDF, France; J. Bros, Tecnatom, Spain;
M. Brumovsky, NRI, Czech Republic; G. Dobmann, IZFP, Germany;
F. Gillemot, AEKI, Hungary; P. Hahn, ARCS, Austria; P. Kauppinen, VTT, Finland;
G. Maussner, Framatome-ANP; M. Niffenegger, PSI, Switzerland; R. Oettel, SPG, Germany;
F.J.Perosanz, CIEMAT, Spain; A. Rogerson, AEA Technology, U.K.; D. Stegemann, University of Hannover, Germany;
B. van der Schaaf, NRG, Netherlands
Corresponding Author Contact:
Email: Michel.BIETH@cec.eu.int, Web: www.jrc.nl

3nd International Conference on NDE in Relation to Structural Integrity for Nuclear and Pressurized Components, Nov 14-16, 2001, Seville Spain


ABSTRACT

INTRODUCTION

METHODOLOGY

PARTNERS OF GRETE

NON-DESTRUCTIVE TECHNIQUES

CHARACTERISATION OF NEUTRON IRRADIATION DAMAGE

CHARACTERISATION OF FATIGUE DAMAGE

ANALYSIS OF NDT RESULTS AND MICROSTRUCTURAL EXAMINATION

CONCLUSION

REFERENCES

  1. Coste J F, et al, "GRETE, Evaluation of non-destructive testing techniques for monitoring of material degradation", 9th Int. Conf. on Nuclear Engineering, ICONE 9, SFEN, 2001
  2. "Evaluation of non-destructive testing techniques for monitoring of material degradation", European Commission, Contract FIKS-CT-2000-00086, 2000

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