Chemicals are ubiquitous in DOE’s nuclear and non-nuclear operations. Given their wide application, it is not surprising that chemical incidents or exposures continue at a rate of approximately one a day. With respect to major incidents, chemicals are among the leading causes of DOE Type A & B accidents.
All chemical exposures
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By J. Sarout a, L. Molez a, Y. Gue´guen a, N. Hoteit.
However, they still need to be explicited in terms of micromechanical parameters for the complex case of anisotropy. An illustration of the protocole of this microstructural data recovery is provided in the simpler case of isotropy. This microstructural insight includes cavities
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