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Evaluation of radiation interaction parameters of some shape memory alloys

Bewertung der Strahlungs-Wechselwirkungsparameter einiger Formgedächtnislegierungen
S. Tekerek and E. Yıldız
From the journal Kerntechnik

Abstract

In this study, effective atomic number (Zeff), atomic (σta) and electronic cross section (σte) values of some shape memory alloys (SMA) were calculated at energies 5.9, 6.1, 8, 11.2, 25, 59.543, 75, 112, 149 keV. It has been observed that the obtained values of the calculated parameters vary depending on the photon intensity, chemical constitution and density of the alloys. Calculations were made using the WinXCom program and the graph of the change according to the energy of the obtained results was drawn. The results of this study are thought to be beneficial in the application of various fields.

Abstract

In dieser Studie werden die effektive Ordnungszahl (Zeff), der atomare (σta) und der elektronische Wirkungsquerschnitt (σte) einiger Formgedächtnislegierungen (SMA) bei Energien von 5,9, 6,1, 8, 11,2, 25, 59,543, 75, 112 und 149 keV berechnet. Es wurde festgestellt, dass diese Werte in Abhängigkeit von der Photonenintensität, der chemischen Zusammensetzung und der Dichte der Legierungen variieren. Die Berechnungen wurden mit dem Programm WinXCom durchgeführt, und es wurde die Änderung der Ergebnisse in Abhängigkeit von der Energie erstellt.

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Received: 2021-06-13
Published Online: 2021-10-23

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