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Hydrogen ion cyclotron wall conditioning for fuel removal on TEXTOR and ASDEX upgrade

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Ion Cyclotron Wall Conditioning (ICWC), applicable in presence of the toroidal magnetic field, is envisaged in ITER to recover from disruptions, leaks and torus vents, for recycling control and for fuel removal. Various experiments on different devices as well as modeling efforts are advancing to consolidate this technique. This contribution focuses on a selection of recent hydrogen ICWC experiments on ASDEX Upgrade and TEXTOR. The ASDEX Upgrade experiment aimed at comparing isotopic exchange efficiencies previously obtained on Carbon devices to the ITER relevant Tungsten wall. The experiment on TEXTOR aimed at assessing the performance of H2-ICWC for codeposited layer removal. The latter being a particular important fuel removal aspect since it is predicted that a major part of tritium in-vessel inventory build-up on ITER will be due to the formation of tritium rich codeposited layers.

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Wauters, T, D Douai, A Kreter, A Lyssoivan, S Möller, V Philipps, V Rohde, et al. 2012. “Hydrogen Ion Cyclotron Wall Conditioning for Fuel Removal on TEXTOR and ASDEX Upgrade.” In Europhysics Conference Abstracts (ECA) Series, 36F:P4.086–P4.086. European Physical Society.
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Wauters, T, Douai, D., Kreter, A., Lyssoivan, A., Möller, S., Philipps, V., Rohde, V., et al. (2012). Hydrogen ion cyclotron wall conditioning for fuel removal on TEXTOR and ASDEX upgrade. Europhysics Conference Abstracts (ECA) series (Vol. 36F, pp. P4.086–P4.086). Presented at the 39th European Physical Society Conference on Plasma Physics (EPS - 2012) / 16th International Congress on Plasma Physics (ICPP - 2012), European Physical Society.
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Wauters T, Douai D, Kreter A, Lyssoivan A, Möller S, Philipps V, et al. Hydrogen ion cyclotron wall conditioning for fuel removal on TEXTOR and ASDEX upgrade. Europhysics Conference Abstracts (ECA) series. European Physical Society; 2012. p. P4.086–P4.086.
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Wauters, T et al. “Hydrogen Ion Cyclotron Wall Conditioning for Fuel Removal on TEXTOR and ASDEX Upgrade.” Europhysics Conference Abstracts (ECA) Series. Vol. 36F. European Physical Society, 2012. P4.086–P4.086. Print.
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  abstract     = {Ion Cyclotron Wall Conditioning (ICWC), applicable in presence of the toroidal magnetic field, is envisaged in ITER to recover from disruptions, leaks and torus vents, for recycling control and for fuel removal. Various experiments on different devices as well as modeling efforts are advancing to consolidate this technique. This contribution focuses on a selection of recent hydrogen ICWC experiments on ASDEX Upgrade and TEXTOR. The ASDEX Upgrade experiment aimed at comparing isotopic exchange efficiencies previously obtained on Carbon devices to the ITER relevant Tungsten wall. The experiment on TEXTOR aimed at assessing the performance of H2-ICWC for codeposited layer removal. The latter being a particular important fuel removal aspect since it is predicted that a major part of tritium in-vessel inventory build-up on ITER will be due to the formation of tritium rich codeposited layers.},
  author       = {Wauters, T and Douai, D and Kreter, A and Lyssoivan, A and Möller, S and Philipps, V and Rohde, V and Bobkov, V and Crombé, Kristel and Freisinger, M and Kogut, D and Koslowski, R and Nicolai, D and Noterdaeme, Jean-Marie and Rubel, M and Sergienko, G and Vervier, M and Van Schoor, M},
  booktitle    = {Europhysics Conference Abstracts (ECA) series},
  isbn         = {2914771797},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Stockholm, Sweden},
  pages        = {P4.086--P4.086},
  publisher    = {European Physical Society},
  title        = {Hydrogen ion cyclotron wall conditioning for fuel removal on TEXTOR and ASDEX upgrade},
  url          = {http://ocs.ciemat.es/EPSICPP2012PAP/html/},
  volume       = {36F},
  year         = {2012},
}