Atomic Energy

, Volume 72, Issue 3, pp 229–233 | Cite as

Comparison of the cracking resistance characteristics of the base metal and the welded joints of reactor vessels

  • M. Brumowski
  • G. Polahova
  • I. Szulc
  • G. P. Karzov
  • B. T. Timofeev
  • Yu. G. Dragunov
  • E. Yu. Rivkin
  • V. M. Filatov
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Keywords

Base Metal Reactor Vessel Resistance Characteristic Crack Resistance Characteristic 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • M. Brumowski
  • G. Polahova
  • I. Szulc
  • G. P. Karzov
  • B. T. Timofeev
  • Yu. G. Dragunov
  • E. Yu. Rivkin
  • V. M. Filatov

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