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作者:Y. Hirooka , H. Sato ...
来源:[J].Nuclear Fusion(IF 2.734), 2014, Vol.54 (2)IOP
摘要:Along with repeated implosions, the interior of an inertial fusion target chamber is exposed to short pulses of high-energy x-ray, unburned DT-fuel particles, He-ash and pellet debris. As a result, chamber wall materials are subjected to ablation, emitting particles in the p...
作者:Y. Hirooka , R. Maingi ...
来源:[J].Nuclear Fusion(IF 2.734), 2016, Vol.56 (12)IOP
摘要:The fourth International Symposium on Liquid Metal Application for Fusion Devices (ISLA-2015) was held on 28–30 September 2015 at Granada, Spain, with growing participation and interest from the community working on general aspects of liquid metal research for fusion energy ...
作者:Y. Hirooka , R. Kaita ...
来源:[J].Nuclear Fusion(IF 2.734), 2017, Vol.57 (11)IOP
摘要:Steady-state fusion power plant designs present major divertor technology challenges, including high divertor heat flux both in steady-state and during transients. In addition to these concerns, there are the unresolved technology issues of long term dust accumulation and as...
作者:Y. Xu , Y. Hirooka
来源:[J].Nuclear Fusion(IF 2.734), 2018, Vol.58 (7)IOP
摘要:The behavior of hydrogen isotopes plasma-driven permeation (PDP) and gas-driven permeation (GDP) through tungsten coated F82H membranes has been studied in the temperature range from 200 °C to 550 °C, using a laboratory-scale steady-state plasma facility. Tungsten coatings h...
作者:Y. Hirooka , R. Kaita ...
来源:[J].Nuclear Fusion(IF 2.734), 2012, Vol.52 (3), pp.037001 (7pp)IOP
摘要:The 2nd International Symposium on Lithium Applications for Fusion Devices (ISLA-2011) was held on 27–29 April 2011 at the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL) with broad participation from the community working on aspects of lithium research for fusion energy developm...
作者:Y. Hirooka , R. Bhattacharyay ...
来源:[J].Nuclear Fusion(IF 2.734), 2009, Vol.49 (5), pp.055020 (9pp)IOP
摘要:Two approaches associated with wall recycling have been performed in a small spherical tokamak device CPD (compact plasma wall interaction experimental device), that is, (1) demonstration of active particle recycling control, namely, 'active wall pumping' using a rotating po...

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