Mitra Taheri

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Dr. Mitra Taheri
Johns Hopkins University
Johns Hopkins University
"Exploring radiation induced segregation mechanisms at grain boundaries in equiatomic CoCrFeNiMn high entropy alloy under heavy ion irradiation" Christopher Barr, James Nathaniel II, Yongqiang Wang, Mitra Taheri, Scripta Materialia Vol. 156 2018 80-84 Link
"In Situ TEM Evidence of Temperature Dependent Defect Morphology in Heavy Ion Irradiated Nanocrystalline Molybdenum" James Nathaniel II, Pranav Kumar Suri, Mitra Taheri, Microscopy and Microanalysis Vol. 24 2018 1936-1937 Link
"Observation of oscillatory radiation induced segregation profiles at grain boundaries in neutron irradiated 316 stainless steel using atom probe tomography" Christopher Barr, James Cole, Mitra Taheri, Journal of Nuclear Materials Vol. 504 2018 181-190 Link
"Observations of defect structure evolution in proton and Ni ion irradiated Ni-Cr binary alloys" Samuel A. Briggs, Khalid Hattar, Janne Pakarinen, Kumar Sridharan, Mitra Taheri, Christopher Barr, Mahmood Mamivand, Dane Morgan, Journal of Nuclear Materials Vol. Volume 479 2016 48-58 Link
Two binary Ni-Cr model alloys with 5 wt% Cr and 18 wt% Cr were irradiated using 2 MeV protons at 400 and 500 °C and 20 MeV Ni4+ ions at 500 °C to investigate microstructural evolution as a function of composition, irradiation temperature, and irradiating ion species. Transmission electron microscopy (TEM) was applied to study irradiation-induced void and faulted Frank loops microstructures. Irradiations at 500 °C were shown to generate decreased densities of larger defects, likely due to increased barriers to defect nucleation as compared to 400 °C irradiations. Heavy ion irradiation resulted in a larger density of smaller voids when compared to proton irradiations, indicating in-cascade clustering of point defects. Cluster dynamics simulations were in good agreement with the experimental findings, suggesting that increases in Cr content lead to an increase in interstitial binding energy, leading to higher densities of smaller dislocation loops in the Ni-18Cr alloy as compared to the Ni-5Cr alloy.
"Radiation damage in nanostructured materials" Xinghang Zhang, Khalid Hattar, Youxing Chen, Lin Shao, Jin Li, Cheng Sun, Kaiyuan Yu, Nan Li, Mitra Taheri, Haiyan Wang, Progress in Materials Science Vol. 96 2018 217-321 Link
"Unravelling Irradiation-Induced Detwinning Mechanisms via In Situ and Aberration-Corrected TEM combined with Atomistic Simulations" Pranav Kumar Suri, James Nathaniel II, Meimei Li, Mitra Taheri, Microscopy and Microanalysis Vol. Suppl 1 2018 1926-1927 Link
NSUF Articles:
U.S. DOE Nuclear Science User Facilities Awards 30 Rapid Turnaround Experiment Research Proposals - Awards total nearly $1.2 million The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Nuclear Science User Facilities (NSUF) has selected 30 new Rapid Turnaround Experiment (RTE) projects, totaling up to approximately $1.2 million. These projects will continue to advance the understanding of irradiation effects in nuclear fuels and materials in support of the mission of the DOE Office of Nuclear Energy. Wednesday, April 26, 2017 - Calls and Awards
NSUF awards 22 Rapid Turnaround Experiment proposals - Thursday, September 14, 2023 - Calls and Awards