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Real Time Neutron Diffraction Experiments Using Bragg Edges

  • Walter J Trela (a1), Kay Meggers (a2) and Hans G Priesmeyer (a2)

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Time resolved phase transition and strain experiments have been performed on the millisecond time scale using a Bragg-edge transmission technique that has been developed at the Los Alamos National Laboratory. The precision with which lattice parameters can be determined from edge positions is sufficient to perform high-resolution strain measurements in uniaxial stress.

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1 Bowman, J. D., Szymanski, J. J., Yuan, V. W., Bowman, C. D., Silverman, A., Nucl. Instr. Meth.A 297,183(1990).
2 Meggers, K., Priesmeyer, Hans G., Trela, Walter J., Bowman, Charles D., Michael, Dahms, Nucl. Instr. Meth. B 88,423 (1994).
3 Meggers, K., et al., Mat. Sci. Engin., accepted for publication

Real Time Neutron Diffraction Experiments Using Bragg Edges

  • Walter J Trela (a1), Kay Meggers (a2) and Hans G Priesmeyer (a2)

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