His primary areas of investigation include Vacancy defect, Irradiation, Dislocation, Cluster and Atomic physics. His Vacancy defect research incorporates themes from Martensite, Annealing and Diffusion, Thermodynamics. His research investigates the connection between Irradiation and topics such as Molecular physics that intersect with problems in Transmission electron microscopy.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Chemical physics, Dissociation and Activation energy in addition to Cluster. He has researched Atomic physics in several fields, including Interatomic potential and Tungsten. His Helium study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Plasma and Bubble.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Tungsten, Helium, Vacancy defect, Molecular physics and Irradiation. His research in Tungsten tackles topics such as Divertor which are related to areas like Nuclear engineering. His Helium research entails a greater understanding of Atomic physics.
His research investigates the link between Vacancy defect and topics such as Binding energy that cross with problems in Interatomic potential and Atom. In Molecular physics, he works on issues like Dislocation, which are connected to Cubic crystal system. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Irradiation, Alloy is strongly linked to Analytical chemistry.
Brian D. Wirth mainly focuses on Tungsten, Molecular physics, Plasma, Helium and Binding energy. His Tungsten research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Chemical physics, Nuclear fusion, Cluster, Fusion power and Diffusion. Brian D. Wirth has included themes like Dispersion, Interatomic potential and Fluence in his Molecular physics study.
His Plasma research includes elements of Helium irradiation and Lorentz force. His Helium study deals with the bigger picture of Atomic physics. His studies in Vacancy defect integrate themes in fields like Alloy, Crystallographic defect, Fermi level and Irradiation.
Tungsten, Plasma, Bubble, Helium and Vacancy defect are his primary areas of study. His work in Tungsten tackles topics such as Molecular physics which are related to areas like Fusion power, Radiation response and Dual beam. His Plasma research incorporates themes from Mechanics, Metallurgy and Helium irradiation.
His Bubble research incorporates elements of Chemical physics and Current. The concepts of his Helium study are interwoven with issues in Divertor, Volume, Atmospheric temperature range, Thermal diffusivity and Morphology. His Vacancy defect research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Positron annihilation spectroscopy, Austenite, Annealing, Alloy and Coherent potential approximation.
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Recent Developments in Irradiation-Resistant Steels
G.R. Odette;M.J. Alinger;B.D. Wirth.
Annual Review of Materials Research (2008)
Primary damage formation in bcc iron
R.E. Stoller;G.R. Odette;B.D. Wirth.
Journal of Nuclear Materials (1997)
Multiscale modelling of plastic flow localization in irradiated materials
Tomas Diaz de la Rubia;Hussein M. Zbib;Tariq A. Khraishi;Brian D. Wirth.
Thermal stability of helium-vacancy clusters in iron
K. Morishita;R. Sugano;B.D. Wirth;T. Diaz de la Rubia.
Nuclear Instruments & Methods in Physics Research Section B-beam Interactions With Materials and Atoms (2003)
Comparative study of radiation damage accumulation in Cu and Fe
M.J. Caturla;N. Soneda;E. Alonso;B.D. Wirth.
Journal of Nuclear Materials (2000)
Tungsten surface evolution by helium bubble nucleation, growth and rupture
Faiza Sefta;Karl D. Hammond;Niklas Juslin;Brian D. Wirth;Brian D. Wirth.
Nuclear Fusion (2013)
Mechanism of formation and growth of interstitial loops in ferritic materials.
Jaime Marian;Brian D. Wirth;J. Manuel Perlado.
Physical Review Letters (2002)
Interatomic potentials for simulation of He bubble formation in W
N. Juslin;B.D. Wirth.
Journal of Nuclear Materials (2013)
Atomistic Shock Hugoniot simulation of single-crystal copper
E. M. Bringa;J. U. Cazamias;Paul Erhart;J. Stölken.
Journal of Applied Physics (2004)
Dislocation loop structure, energy and mobility of self-interstitial atom clusters in bcc iron
B.D Wirth;G.R Odette;D Maroudas;G.E Lucas.
Journal of Nuclear Materials (2000)
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