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Material choice for first ITER mirrors under erosion conditions

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The behaviour of different candidate materials for ITER mirrors under erosion conditions is investigated in TEXTOR tokamak. Results of experiments are presented along with an assessment of applicability of the studied mirror concepts for ITER diagnostics. It is shown that all studied mirror concepts can be applied in ITER under mild erosion conditions (as in equatorial ports) when protective techniques are applied. Molybdenum single crystal mirrors demonstrated the best performance under stronger erosion conditions, corresponding to those expected in the upper diagnostic ports of ITER with gas fueling.

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Matveeva, M, A Litnovsky, L Marot, B Eren, E Meyer, V Philipps, A Pospieszczyk, H Stoschus, Dmitry Matveev, and U Samm. 2010. “Material Choice for First ITER Mirrors Under Erosion Conditions.” In Europhysics Conference Abstracts. Vol. 34A. European Physical Society (EPS).
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Matveeva, M., Litnovsky, A., Marot, L., Eren, B., Meyer, E., Philipps, V., Pospieszczyk, A., et al. (2010). Material choice for first ITER mirrors under erosion conditions. EUROPHYSICS CONFERENCE ABSTRACTS (Vol. 34A). Presented at the 37th EPS Conference on Plasma Physics, European Physical Society (EPS).
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Matveeva M, Litnovsky A, Marot L, Eren B, Meyer E, Philipps V, et al. Material choice for first ITER mirrors under erosion conditions. EUROPHYSICS CONFERENCE ABSTRACTS. European Physical Society (EPS); 2010.
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Matveeva, M, A Litnovsky, L Marot, et al. “Material Choice for First ITER Mirrors Under Erosion Conditions.” Europhysics Conference Abstracts. Vol. 34A. European Physical Society (EPS), 2010. Print.
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  abstract     = {The behaviour of different candidate materials for ITER mirrors under erosion conditions is investigated in TEXTOR tokamak. Results of experiments are presented along with an assessment of applicability of the studied mirror concepts for ITER diagnostics. It is shown that all studied mirror concepts can be applied in ITER under mild erosion conditions (as in equatorial ports) when protective techniques are applied. Molybdenum single crystal mirrors demonstrated the best performance under stronger erosion conditions, corresponding to those expected in the upper diagnostic ports of ITER with gas fueling.},
  articleno    = {P2.105},
  author       = {Matveeva, M and Litnovsky, A and Marot, L and Eren, B and Meyer, E and Philipps, V and Pospieszczyk, A and Stoschus, H and Matveev, Dmitry and Samm, U},
  booktitle    = {EUROPHYSICS CONFERENCE ABSTRACTS},
  isbn         = {9782914771627},
  issn         = {0378-2271},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Dublin, Ireland},
  pages        = {4},
  publisher    = {European Physical Society (EPS)},
  title        = {Material choice for first ITER mirrors under erosion conditions},
  url          = {http://ocs.ciemat.es/EPS2010PAP/pdf/P2.105.pdf},
  volume       = {34A},
  year         = {2010},
}