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Tomsk researchers improved the durability of nuclear reactors using titanium

The scientists from Tomsk Polytechnic University have improved the zirconium alloy which is used to fabricate coatings of heat-emitting elements of nuclear reactors. To do so, the researchers have suggested introducing titanium ions, a co-author of the study published recently in the scientific journal Applied Surface Science Egor Kashkarov said. The modified alloy surface becomes one-and-a-half times more enduring.
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«According to our estimations, this technology of introducing titanium ions has increased hardness and enduring of the alloy by the factors of 1.5 and 1.4, respectively,» - Kashkarov noted.

The deep implantation of titanium creates a stable surface layer which provides better protection of alloy from oxidation and destruction during exploitations time, as well as in case of emergencies and transportation of heat-emitting elements.

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