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Thermal Emissivity of Nuclear Graphite as a Function of Its Oxidation Degree (1) -Effects of Density, Porosity, and Microstructure-
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  • Journal title : Carbon letters
  • Volume 10, Issue 3,  2009, pp.225-229
  • Publisher : Korean Carbon Society
  • DOI : 10.5714/CL.2009.10.3.225
 Title & Authors
Thermal Emissivity of Nuclear Graphite as a Function of Its Oxidation Degree (1) -Effects of Density, Porosity, and Microstructure-
Seo, Seung-Kuk; Roh, Jae-Seung; Kim, Eung-Seon; Chi, Se-Hwan; Kim, Suk-Hwan; Lee, Sang-Woo;
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 Abstract
Thermal emissivity of commercial nuclear graphites (IG-110, PCEA, IG-430 and NBG-18) following changes in oxidation degrees were examined. Specimens were oxidized to 0%, 5%, and 10% in air flow of 5l/min at using a furnace, and the thermal emissivities were measured using an infrared spectrum analyzer. The measuring temperatures for the thermal emissivity were , , , . Also density and porosity of the specimens were observed to compare with thermal emissivity. Results showed that emissivity increased with oxidation, and the 10% oxidized NBG-18 showed the highest emissivity (0.890) which value is larger for 24% than the value of as-received specimen. Investigation of factors affecting the emissivity revealed that increases in the surface roughness and porosity due to oxidation were responsible for the increase in emissivity after oxidation.
 Keywords
Nuclear graphite;Oxidation;Emissivity;Microstructure;Porosity;Density;
 Language
English
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