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IAEA-CN-33/G 1-2 MAJOR DESIGN FEATURES OF THE
 

Summary:  IAEA-CN-33/G 1-2
MAJOR DESIGN FEATURES OF THE
CONCEPTUAL D-T TOKAMAK
POWER REACTOR, UWMAK-II
R.W. CONN, G.L. KULCINSKI, M.A. ABDOU,
R.W. BOOM, G.A. EMMERT, J. KESNER,
C.W. MAYNARD, A. T. MENSE, J.E. SCHARER,
T. SUNG, I. SVIATOSLAVSKY, D. SZE,
W. VOGELSANG, L. WITTENBERG, T. YANG,
W. YOUNG
Fusion Technology Program,
University of Wisconsin,
Madison, Wis.,
United States of America
Abstract
MAJOR DESIGN FEATURES OF THE CONCEPTUAL D-T TOKAMAK POWER REACTOR, UWMAK-II.
The conceptual design of a 5000 MW(th) (~ 1700 MW(e)) helium-cooled tokamak fusion reactor is
presented. The fuel is deuterium and tritium and the structural material is 316 stainless steel. The design
has a low aspect ratio (2. 6) and low toroidal field on axis (35. 7 kG) with 24 extended "D"-shaped super-
conducting TF coils. A superconducting air core transformer is designed with windings outside TF coils while

  

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

 

Collections: Plasma Physics and Fusion