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Journal of Nuclear Materials103& 104(1981)41-50 North-HollandPublishingCompany
 

Summary: Journal of Nuclear Materials103& 104(1981)41-50
North-HollandPublishingCompany
IMPORTANT MATERIAL CONSIDERATIONS IN INTOR*
M. A. Abdou, R. F. Mattas, and D. L. Smith
Argonne National Laboratory
Argonne, Illinois 60439
G. L. Kulcinski
University of Wisconsin
Madison, Wisconsin 53706
A number of important material-related problems were identified and analyzed during the
Phase-I study for INTOR. The first wall and divertor collector plate are subjected to
severe normal and off-normal conditions. A melt layer is predicted to develop in a bare
stainless steel wall under plasma disruptions. Graphite tiles will not melt but they
introduce other serious uncertainties into the design. The design strategy for the
divertor collector plate focused on separating the surface and high heat flux problems
and on utilizing a novel mechanical design concept for attaching tungsten tiles to a
stainless steel-(or copper) heat sink. _
1. INTRODUCTION
The International Tokamak Reactor (INTOR) Work-
shop is a collaborative effort among the USA,

  

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

 

Collections: Plasma Physics and Fusion