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SPECIAL TOPIC INTERNATIONAL TOKAMAK REACTOR -PHASE I
 

Summary: SPECIAL TOPIC
INTERNATIONAL TOKAMAK REACTOR - PHASE I
Executive Summary of the IAEA Workshop, 1981
INTOR Group*
ABSTRACT. A conceptual design for a next-generation experimental tokamak fusion reactor, INTOR,
Phase 1, is summarized. The objectives and role of INTOR and the technical aspects of the design are discussed,
as well as specific R and D required t o confirm the design and the test programme that would be caned out.
CONTENTS: I. Introduction; 11. Summary: 1. Role of INTOR in the fusion programme; 2. lNTOR
objectives; 3. Design description: 3.1. Overview; 3.2. Physics basis; 3.3. Mechanical configuration and
maintenance; 3.4. Magnetic and electrical systems; 3.5. Heating and fuelling system; 3.6. First-wall system;
3.7. Divertor collector plates; 3.8. Tritium-producing blanket; 3.9. Radiation shield system; 3.10. Tritium
and vacuum systems; 3.11. Diagnostics, instrumentation, data acquisition and control; 3.1 2. Site criteria
and facility layout; 4. Machine operation and test programme; 5. Safety and environmental impact;
5.1. Radioactive sources; 5.2. Energy sources and potential accidents; 5.3. Radioactive release and
consequences; 6. Schedule for design, construction and supporting research and development; 7. Research
and development; 8. Conclusions; 9. Recommendation; References.
I. INTRODUCTION
The' International Tokamak Reactor (INTOR)
Workshop is a collaborative effort among Euratom,
Japan, the USA, and the USSR. It is conducted under

  

Source: Abdou, Mohamed - Fusion Science and Technology Center, University of California at Los Angeles

 

Collections: Plasma Physics and Fusion