Organisation: European Commission, Joint Research Centre

Title: Uniaxial creep test data for P91 material at 600 °C and a stress of 140 MPa

Description

The European Energy Research Alliance, set-up under the European Strategic Energy Technology Plan, has launched an initiative for a Joint Programme on Nuclear Materials (JPNM). The JPNM aims at establishing key priorities in the area of advanced nuclear materials, identifying funding opportunities and harmonizing this scientific & technical domain at the European level by maximizing complementarities and synergies with the major actors of the field. The JPNM partners propose, through MatISSE, a combination of Collaborative Projects and Coordination and Support Actions to face the challenge of implementing a pan-European integrated research programme with common research activities establishing, at the same time, appropriate strategy and governance structure. Focusing on cross-cutting activities related to materials used in fuel and structural elements of safe and sustainable advanced nuclear systems, the project aims at covering the key priorities identified in the JPNM: ...

Contributors
Frits De Haan frits.de-haan@ec.europa.eu
Stefan Holmström stefan.holmstrom@ec.europa.eu
Jean-Marc Lapetite
How to cite
De Haan, Frits; Holmström, Stefan; Lapetite, Jean-Marc (2016):  Uniaxial creep test data for P91 material at 600 °C and a stress of 140 MPa. European Commission, Joint Research Centre (JRC) [Dataset] doi:10.5290/1100101 PID: http://data.europa.eu/89h/jrc-odin-1100101
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Last modified 2016-12-20
Issue date 2016
Landing page https://doi.org/10.5290/1100101
Geographic area European Union
Language English
Data theme(s) Energy; Science and technology
EuroVoc domain(s) 36 SCIENCE; 64 PRODUCTION, TECHNOLOGY AND RESEARCH; 66 ENERGY
Identifier http://data.europa.eu/89h/jrc-odin-1100101
Digital Object Identifier doi:10.5290/1100101

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