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By Hamish MacKinnon Banford (auth.), Jeffery Lewins, Martin Becker (eds.)

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John Maynard Keynes is credited with the aphorism that the long term view in economics has to be taken within the gentle that "in the long term we're aU dead". it isn't in any spirit of gloom although that we invite our readers of the 16th quantity within the evaluation sequence, Advances in Nuclear technological know-how and know-how, to take an extended view. the 2 vital roles of nuclear strength lie within the army sphere - no longer addressed as such during this serie- within the sphere of the centralised construction of strength, and mainly electrical energy new release. The rapid want for this latter has receded within the present period of limited economies, vanishing progress premiums and low surpluses of oil instant markets of the area. Nuclear strength has its most vital position as an assurance opposed to the difficult occasions to return. yet will the call for come at a time while the present reactors with their heavy use of common uranium feed shares are for use or in an period the place different facets of the gasoline provide needs to be exploited? The time scale is satisfactorily doubtful and the length of the call for so unascertainable good ahead coverage needs to expect that by the point the foremost call for comes, the quite to be had usual uranium can have been principally ate up within the terrible convertors of the present thermal fission programme.

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Fabrics of all kinds are in turn woven from the yarn and these include the tape for coil insulation. 1 Radiation Effects in Glass. Glass suffers radiation damage in much the same way as do ceramics. The variation of a number of the physical properties of glass with radiation has been investigated over the years and radiation effects in this material were reviewed in the early sixties by Wullaert et al (114). It is found that radiation causes changes in some properties from their unirradiated state but these changes tend to be less than what would occur with ceramics.

A study of the work done to date on the effects-of-radlation on the phvsical properties of ceramics shows that the degree by which a physical property changes for a given neutron fluence can depend very much on temperature. Synergistic effects are also probable with several simultaneous processes interacting with one another. Much work remains to be done to determine the performance limits of ceramics in a fusion neutron environment either by simulation techniques or the use of an intense neutron source.

1 Radiation Effects in Ceramics. BANFORD extent due to purely low energy electromagnetic radiation (52). The main effect caused by gamma and X-radiation is that the electrons produced by ionization can become trapped at defects and change the optical absorption characteristics of the material. The changes in the engineering properties of ceramics are brought about as a result of displacement of atoms from their sites in the crystal lattice and also by nuclear transmutation. Displacement is normally expressed as displacements per atom (dpa), which is the ratio of the number of atoms displaced to the number of target atoms.

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