Ceramic Materials for Nuclear Energy Applications
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Co-Guest Editors: Xian-Ming Bai
Publication Date: December 2019
Keywords: Ceramics, Characterization, Nuclear Materials
Scope: Ceramic materials play a critical role in nuclear energy for their applications as fuels, claddings, and waste forms. This topic covers experimental and computational studies of ceramics, both practical reactor materials and surrogate material, for nuclear energy research and applications. The studies of interest include, but are not limited to, fabrication, microstructure characterization, measurement and computation of properties, and degradation in operating conditions.