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ASSESSMENT OF FIRST WALL AND BLANKET OPTIONS WITH THE USE OF LIQUID BREEDER C.P.C. Wong, S. Malang,1 M. Sawan,2 S. Smolentsev,3 S. Majumdar,4 B. Merrill,5 D.K. Sze,6 N. Morley,3
 

Summary: ASSESSMENT OF FIRST WALL AND BLANKET OPTIONS WITH THE USE OF LIQUID BREEDER
C.P.C. Wong, S. Malang,1 M. Sawan,2 S. Smolentsev,3 S. Majumdar,4 B. Merrill,5 D.K. Sze,6 N. Morley,3
S. Sharafat,3 M. Dagher,3 P. Peterson,7 H. Zhao,7 S.J. Zinkle,8 M. Abdou3, M. Youssef3
General Atomics, P.O. Box 85608, San Diego, California 92186-5608, Clement.Wong@gat.com
1Fusion Nuclear Technology Consulting, Linkenheim, Germany
2University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin
3University of California, Los Angeles, California
4Argonne National Laboratory, Argonne, Illinois
5INEEL, Idaho Falls, Idaho
6University of California, San Diego, California
7University of California, Berkeley, California
8Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, Tennessee
As candidate blanket concepts for a U.S. advanced
reactor power plant design, with consideration of the time
frame for ITER development, we assessed first wall and
blanket design concepts based on the use of reduced
activation ferritic steel as structural material and liquid
breeder as the coolant and tritium breeder. The liquid
breeder choice includes the conventional molten salt
Li2BeF4 and the low melting point molten salts such as

  

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

 

Collections: Plasma Physics and Fusion