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Abstract

Of 30 diagnostic systems planned for JET most are now commissioned and the remainder are in an advanced stage of construction. This paper describes the engineering problems encountered of size, radiation, temperature and remote handling that were common to all the diagnostics and the role of the Diagnostic Engineering Group at JET in the successful implementation of these systems.

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Authors: MILLWARD P, JET JOINT UNDERTAKING, ABINGDON (UK);CALDWELL NICHOLS C J, JET JOINT UNDERTAKING, ABINGDON (UK);AINSWORTH A, JET JOINT UNDERTAKING, ABINGDON (UK);BARNES M, JET JOINT UNDERTAKING, ABINGDON (UK);FODEN N, JET JOINT UNDERTAKING, ABINGDON (UK);GOWMAN J, JET JOINT UNDERTAKING, ABINGDON (UK);HANCOCK C J, JET JOINT UNDERTAKING, ABINGDON (UK);LOBEL R, JET JOINT UNDERTAKING, ABINGDON (UK);OLIVER B, JET JOINT UNDERTAKING, ABINGDON (UK);ET. AL JET JOINT UNDERTAKING, ABINGDON (UK), JET JOINT UNDERTAKING, ABINGDON (UK)
Bibliographic Reference: 11TH SYMPOSIUM ON FUSION ENGINEERING, AUSTIN, TEXAS (USA), NOV. 18-22, 1985 PP. 7-1 - 7-3, WRITE TO THE PUBLICATIONS OFFICER, JET JOINT UNDERTAKING, ABINGDON, OXON OX14 3EA (UK), MENTIONING REPORT JET-P(85)26, 1985
Record Number: 1989125071700 / Last updated on: 1987-12-01
Category: PUBLICATION
Available languages: en