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Abstract

The design of the ITER machine was presented in 2001. A nuclear analysis was performed at this time, using fairly detailed models and the best assessed nuclear data and codes that were available. As the construction phase of ITER is approaching, the design of the main components has been optimized/finalized and several minor design changes/optimizations have been made, some with the object to mitigate critical radiation shielding problems. These have required refined calculations to confirm that the nuclear design requirements are met. This paper reviews some of the most recent neutronic work with emphasis on critical nuclear responses in the TF coil inboard legs and vacuum vessel related to design modifications made to the blanket modules and vacuum vessel.

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Authors: IIDA H, ITER International Team, Naka Joint Work Site, Naka-machi, Naka-gun, Ibaraki-ken (JP);PETRIZZI L, ENEA FUS-TEC Frascati, Sezione Tecnologie della Fusione, Frascati (IT);KHRIPUNOV V, Nuclear Fusion Institute, Russian Research Center �Kurchatov Institute�, Moscow (RU);FEDERICI G, ITER International Team, Garching Joint Work Site, Max-Planck-Institut fuer Plasmaphysik, Garching (DE);POLUNOVSKIY E, ITER International Team, Garching Joint Work Site, Max-Planck-Institut fuer Plasmaphysik, Garching (DE)
Bibliographic Reference: An article published in: Fusion Engineering and Design (2005), Volume 74, Issues 1-4, Pages 133-139
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Record Number: 200719047 / Last updated on: 2007-04-02
Category: PUBLICATION
Original language: en
Available languages: en