Tarik Saleh

"Application of NSUF Capabilities Towards Understanding the Emulation of High Dose Neutron Irradiations with Ion Beams" Kevin Field, Stephen Taller, Christopher Ulmer, Zhijie Jiao, Tarik Saleh, Arthur Motta, Gary Was, Transactions of the American Nuclear Society Vol. 116 2017 Link
"Characterization and comparative analysis of the tensile properties of five tempered martensitic steels and an oxide dispersion strengthened ferritic alloy irradiated at ˜295 °C to ˜6.5 dpa" Stuart Maloy, G. Robert Odette, Tarik Saleh, Takuya Yamamoto, Osman Anderoglu, T. J. Romero, Shuangchen Li, James Cole, Randall Fielding, Journal of Nuclear Materials Vol. 468 2016 232-239 Link
Tensile test results at 25 and 300 °C on five 9-12Cr tempered martensitic steels and one 14Cr oxide dispersion strengthened alloy, that were side-by side irradiated to 6.5 dpa at 295 °C in the Advanced Test Reactor (ATR), are reported. The engineering stress–strain curves are analyzed to provide true stress–strain constitutive σ(ε) laws for all of these alloys. In the irradiated condition, the σ(ε) fall into categories of: strain softening, nearly perfectly plastic and strain hardening. Increases in yield stress (Δσy) and reductions in uniform strain ductility (eu) are observed, where the latter can be understood in terms of the alloy's σ(ε) behavior. Increases in the average σ(ε) in the range of 0–10% strain are smaller than the corresponding Δσy, and vary more from alloy to alloy. The data are also analyzed to establish relations between Δσy and coupled changes in the ultimate stresses as well as the effects of both test temperature and the unirradiated yield stress (σyu). The latter shows that higher σyu correlates with lower Δσy. In five out of six cases the effects of irradiation are generally consistent with previous observations on these alloys. However, the particular heat of the 12Cr HT-9 tempered martensitic steel in this study has a much higher eu than observed for earlier heats. The reasons for this improved behavior are not understood and may be microstructural in origin. However, it is noted that the new heat of HT-9, which was procured under modern quality assurance standards, has lower interstitial nitrogen than previous heats. Notably lower interstitial solute contents correlate with improved ductility and homogenous deformation in broadly similar steels.
"Direct comparison of nanoindentation and tensile test results on reactor-irradiated materials" David Krumwiede, Takuya Yamamoto, Tarik Saleh, Stuart Maloy, G. Robert Odette, Peter Hosemann, Journal of Nuclear Materials Vol. 504 2018 135-143 Link
"Neutron irradiation induced defects and clustering in NF616 and T91" Weicheng Zhong, Tarik Saleh, Lizhen Tan, Journal of Nuclear Materials Vol. 552 2021 Link
"Application of NSUF Capabilities Towards Understanding the Emulation of High Dose Neutron Irradiations with Ion Beams" Kevin Field, Zhijie Jiao, Tarik Saleh, Stephen Taller, Gary Was, 2017 ANS Annual Meeting [unknown]
"Development and Testing Advanced Ferritic Steels for Fast Reactor Applications" Osman Anderoglu, Stuart Maloy, G. Robert Odette, Tarik Saleh, TMS 2014 February 16-20, (2014)
"Post Irradiation Examination of Fast Neutron Irradiated 14YWT Tubes at Nuclear Science User Facilities" Eda Aydogan, Peter Hosemann, David Krumwiede, Stuart Maloy, Tarik Saleh, 2017 ANS Annual Meeting [unknown]
NSUF Articles:
U.S. Department of Energy Announces FY17 CINR FOA Awards - DOE selected 14 NSUF projects DOE selected five university, four national laboratory, and five industry-led projects that will take advantage of NSUF capabilities to investigate important nuclear fuel and material applications. Wednesday, September 20, 2017 - Calls and Awards
Users Organization Meeting Presentations Now Available - Wednesday, March 25, 2020 - Newsletter, Users Group