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Lecture: High heat load components in nuclear fusion devices - Details
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Semester SS 2022
Current number of participants 4
Home institute Lehrstuhl für Experimentelle Plasmaphysik
Courses type Lecture in category Teaching
Next date Thu , 07.07.2022 14:00 - 15:30, Room: (T-2004)
Pre-requisites recommended: module 'Plasmaphysik und Fusionsforschung'
Performance record Oral examination for entire module (30 min, 6 CP), i.e. on both lectures 'Fundamentals of plasma material interactions' (winter term) and 'High heat load components in nuclear fusion devices' (summer term)
Online/Digitale Veranstaltung Veranstaltung wird in Präsenz abgehalten.
Hauptunterrichtssprache englisch
Literaturhinweise P. Stangeby: The plasma boundary of magnetic fusion devices (IOP, 2000)
R. Clark, D. Reiter (Eds.): Nuclear Fusion Research, Understanding Plasma-Surface Interactions (Springer, 2005)
M. Turnyanskiy et al.: European roadmap to the realization of fusion energy: Mission for solution on heat-exhaust systems, Fusion Engineering and Design (2015)
V. A. Evtikhin et al.: Lithium divertor concept and results of supporting experiments, Plasma Phys. Control. Fusion 44, 955 (2002)
T. Hirai et al.: ITER tungsten divertor design development and qualification program, Fusion Eng. Des. 88, 1798 (2013)
A. R. Raffray et al.: High heat flux components - Readiness to proceed from near term fusion systems to power plants, Fusion Eng. Des. 85, 93 (2010)
Miscellanea Remarks:
- This module is suitable as an extension to the module 'Plasmaphysik und Fusionsforschung'.
- The two lectures of this module can be followed in an arbitrary order. Thus, the module can be started at a summer or winter term.

Contents:
Interdependency of material choices and fusion performance
Material choices and technologies for power exhaust in a fusion power plant
Migration of materials in a fusion plasma
Diagnostics for plasma material interaction in fusion devices (in situ and post mortem)
Numerical methods for studying plasma material interaction
ECTS points 6 (for entire module)

Course location / Course dates

(T-2004) Thursday: 14:00 - 15:30, weekly (8x)

Module assignments