JET contribution to ITER fuel cycle issues

C. Grisolia (Corresponding Author), N. Bekris, Jari Likonen, P. Coad, A. Semerok, D. Brennan, G. Piazza, S. Rosanvallon, JET-EFDA Contributors

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    Abstract

    The Joint European Torus (JET) fusion machine is the only device capable of operation with tritium and Be, which makes it best suited to study ITER relevant issues. A large variety of activities are performed within the JET fusion technology task force. In this paper, some topics, such as erosion/deposition and material transport, flakes characterization and detritiation techniques, are highlighted. Recent results obtained using a pumping cryopanel and on plasma facing component (PFC) characterization, are given. Finally, issues that will be addressed in the forthcoming JET work-programme are presented, such as a beryllium main wall for JET and in situ laser detritiation.
    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)679 - 683
    Number of pages5
    JournalFusion Engineering and Design
    Volume75-79
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 2005
    MoE publication typeA1 Journal article-refereed

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    Keywords

    • detritiation techniques
    • fusion cycle
    • ITER
    • JET
    • fusion energy

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    Grisolia, C., Bekris, N., Likonen, J., Coad, P., Semerok, A., Brennan, D., ... JET-EFDA Contributors (2005). JET contribution to ITER fuel cycle issues. Fusion Engineering and Design, 75-79, 679 - 683. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.fusengdes.2005.06.035
    Grisolia, C. ; Bekris, N. ; Likonen, Jari ; Coad, P. ; Semerok, A. ; Brennan, D. ; Piazza, G. ; Rosanvallon, S. ; JET-EFDA Contributors. / JET contribution to ITER fuel cycle issues. In: Fusion Engineering and Design. 2005 ; Vol. 75-79. pp. 679 - 683.
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    Grisolia, C, Bekris, N, Likonen, J, Coad, P, Semerok, A, Brennan, D, Piazza, G, Rosanvallon, S & JET-EFDA Contributors 2005, 'JET contribution to ITER fuel cycle issues', Fusion Engineering and Design, vol. 75-79, pp. 679 - 683. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.fusengdes.2005.06.035

    JET contribution to ITER fuel cycle issues. / Grisolia, C. (Corresponding Author); Bekris, N.; Likonen, Jari; Coad, P.; Semerok, A.; Brennan, D.; Piazza, G.; Rosanvallon, S.; JET-EFDA Contributors.

    In: Fusion Engineering and Design, Vol. 75-79, 2005, p. 679 - 683.

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