Fusion technology in : "Nuclear Energy 1991" (Thematic report on the annual conference Nuclear Technology 1991, Section 8)
This article contains abstracts of several conference papers on the subject of fusion technology. In the session "Safety and the Environment", the following topics were covered: - safety aspacts in the design of ITER, - consequences of loss of coolant, coolant flow, and vacuum for ITER, and - doses incurred on accidental release of tritium. The session on "Components and Materials" discussed the following: - life of ITER-divertor plates, - first practical tests on divertor mock-ups, - thermal fatigue behaviour of silicon carbides, - radiation damage to metallic materials and its simulation by neutron bombardment, - creep fatigue in martensitic fine steel 1.4914 (MANET), and - helium-induced brittleness in austenitic and martensitic structural materials.
Bibliographic Reference: Article: Atomwirtschaft, Vol. 10 (1991) pp. 461-462
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