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The ITER Ion Cyclotron Heating and Current Drive system will deliver 20MW of radio frequency power to the plasma in quasi continuous operation during the different phases of the experimental programme. The system also has to perform conditioning of the tokamak first wall at low power between main plasma discharges. This broad range of requirements imposes a high flexibility and a high availability. The paper highlights the physics and design requirements on the IC system, the main features of its subsystems, the predicted performance, and the current procurement and installation schedule.
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Ion Cyclotron Heating and Current Drive, ITER, IC H&CD, antenna array, load-resilient matching

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Lamalle, PU, B Beaumont, T Gassmann, F Kazarian, B Arambhadiya, D Bora, J Jacquinot, et al. 2009. “Status of the ITER IC H&CD System.” In AIP Conference Proceedings, ed. V Bobkov and JM Noterdaeme, 1187:265–268. Melville, NY, USA: AIP (American Institute of Physics).
APA
Lamalle, P., Beaumont, B., Gassmann, T., Kazarian, F., Arambhadiya, B., Bora, D., Jacquinot, J., et al. (2009). Status of the ITER IC H&CD System. In V Bobkov & J. Noterdaeme (Eds.), AIP Conference Proceedings (Vol. 1187, pp. 265–268). Presented at the 18th Topical Conference on Radio Frequence Power in Plasmas, Melville, NY, USA: AIP (American Institute of Physics).
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Lamalle P, Beaumont B, Gassmann T, Kazarian F, Arambhadiya B, Bora D, et al. Status of the ITER IC H&CD System. In: Bobkov V, Noterdaeme J, editors. AIP Conference Proceedings. Melville, NY, USA: AIP (American Institute of Physics); 2009. p. 265–8.
MLA
Lamalle, PU, B Beaumont, T Gassmann, et al. “Status of the ITER IC H&CD System.” AIP Conference Proceedings. Ed. V Bobkov & JM Noterdaeme. Vol. 1187. Melville, NY, USA: AIP (American Institute of Physics), 2009. 265–268. Print.
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  abstract     = {The ITER Ion Cyclotron Heating and Current Drive system will deliver 20MW of radio frequency power to the plasma in quasi continuous operation during the different phases of the experimental programme. The system also has to perform conditioning of the tokamak first wall at low power between main plasma discharges. This broad range of requirements imposes a high flexibility and a high availability. The paper highlights the physics and design requirements on the IC system, the main features of its subsystems, the predicted performance, and the current procurement and installation schedule.},
  author       = {Lamalle, PU and Beaumont, B and Gassmann, T and Kazarian, F and Arambhadiya, B and Bora, D and Jacquinot, J and Mitteau, R and Schueller, FC and Tanga, A and Baruah, U and Bhardwaj, A and Kumar, R and Mukherjee, A and Singh, NP and Singh, R and Goulding, R and Rasmussen, D and Swain, D and Agarici, G and Sartori, R and Borthwick, A and Davis, A and Fanthome, J and Hamlyn-Harris, C and Hancock, AD and Kaye, A and Lockley, D and Nightingale, M and Dumortier, P and Durodie, F and Grine, Djamel and Koch, R and Louche, F and Lyssoivan, A and Messiaen, A and Tamain, P and Vervier, M and Weynants, RR and Maggiora, R and Milanesio, D and Braun, F and Noterdaeme, Jean-Marie and Vulliez, K},
  booktitle    = {AIP Conference Proceedings},
  editor       = {Bobkov, V and Noterdaeme, JM},
  isbn         = {9780735407534},
  issn         = {0094-243X},
  keyword      = {Ion Cyclotron Heating and Current Drive,ITER,IC H\&CD,antenna array,load-resilient matching},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Ghent, Belgium},
  pages        = {265--268},
  publisher    = {AIP (American Institute of Physics)},
  title        = {Status of the ITER IC H\&CD System},
  volume       = {1187},
  year         = {2009},
}

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