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Anisotropic thermal conductivity in Li2TiO3 ceramic breeder materials

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Anisotropic thermal conductivity in Li2TiO3 ceramic breeder materials. / Sanjeev, Megha; Gilbert, Mark; Murphy, Samuel.

In: Fusion Engineering and Design, Vol. 170, 112710, 30.09.2021.

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Sanjeev M, Gilbert M, Murphy S. Anisotropic thermal conductivity in Li2TiO3 ceramic breeder materials. Fusion Engineering and Design. 2021 Sep 30;170:112710. Epub 2021 Jun 16. doi: 10.1016/j.fusengdes.2021.112710

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Sanjeev, Megha ; Gilbert, Mark ; Murphy, Samuel. / Anisotropic thermal conductivity in Li2TiO3 ceramic breeder materials. In: Fusion Engineering and Design. 2021 ; Vol. 170.

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title = "Anisotropic thermal conductivity in Li2TiO3 ceramic breeder materials",
abstract = "The high anisotropy in the thermal conductivity of lithium metatitanate, Li2TiO3,is shown using the classical simulation method of Molecular Dynamics (MD).The thermal conductivity along the z-direction is markedly lower than that inx and y. This characteristic could be exploited in the fabrication of breederblanket design to favourably adjust the thermal conductivity of Li2TiO3 by ensuring alignment along x or y. This work sets the foundation for investigatingthe effect of defects on the thermal conductivity of Li2TiO3, as anticipated tobe formed during the lifetime of a breeder blanket.",
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