Developing structural, high-heat flux and plasma facing materials for a near-term DEMO fusion power plant: The EU assessment.

Stork, D and Agostini, P and Boutard, J-L and Buckthorpe, D and Diegele, E and Dudarev, S L and Federici, G and Gilbert, M R and Gonzalez, S and Ibarra, A and Linsmeier, Ch and Li Puma, A and Morris, P F and Packer, L W and Raj, Baldev and Rieth, M and Tran, M Q and Ward, D J and English, C and Marbach, G and Zinkle, S J (2014) Developing structural, high-heat flux and plasma facing materials for a near-term DEMO fusion power plant: The EU assessment. Journal of Nuclear Materials, 455 (1-3). pp. 277-291.

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    Abstract: The findings of the EU 'Materials Assessment Group' (MAG), within the 2012 EU Fusion Roadmap exercise, are discussed. MAG analysed the technological readiness of structural, plasma facing and high heat flux materials for a DEMO concept to be constructed in the early 2030s, proposing a coherent strategy for R&D up to a DEMO construction decision.
    Item Type: Article
    Subjects: General > Director > Baldev Raj > Publications
    Date Deposited: 22 Dec 2015 06:54
    Last Modified: 03 Oct 2017 09:12
    URI: http://eprints.nias.res.in/id/eprint/666

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