Home / Store / Journals / Electronic Articles / Fusion Science and Technology / Volume 54 / Number 2 / Pages 565-568
Glen R. Longhurst, James Cleaver
Fusion Science and Technology / Volume 54 / Number 2 / Pages 565-568
Format:electronic copy (download)
Understanding and accounting for interaction of hydrogen isotopes and their oxides with metal surfaces is important for persons working with tritium systems. Reported data from several investigators have shown that the processes of oxidation, adsorption, absorption, and permeation are all coupled and interactive. A computer model has been developed for predicting the interaction of hydrogen isotopes and their corresponding oxides in a flowing carrier gas stream with the walls of a metallic tube, particularly at low hydrogen concentrations. An experiment has been constructed to validate the predictive model. Predictions from modeling lead to unexpected experiment results.
Your cart is empty.
Home|Invoice Payment|Nuclear Links