Gwenaël Dunand

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—Magnetic confinement fusion reactors are complex devices where a large amount of energy is required to make the fusion reactions happen. In such experimental conditions, the Plasma Facing Components (PFC) are subjected to high heat fluxes. In current tokamaks like Tore Supra, infrared thermographic diagnostics based on image analysis and feedback control(More)
—Magnetic confinement fusion tokamaks are complex devices where a large amount of power is required to make the fusion reactions happen. In such experimental conditions, plasma-facing components (PFCs) are subjected to high heat fluxes that can damage them. Machine protection functions must then be developed to operate current and future devices like ITER(More)
During operation of present fusion devices, the plasma facing components (PFCs) are submitted to large heat fluxes within a range of 10-20 MW/m2. Understanding and preventing overheating of these components during long pulse discharges is a crucial issue. The surface temperature of the PFCs in the inner chamber of a tokamak is measured by infrared (IR)(More)
In this paper, a description of the ADAS development platform in DESERVE project framework is presented. This work is framed within the Sub Project 2 (Development platform) of DESERVE project, and it is divided in 6 different and complementary lines of work. Most of the functions described in the tools and development systems, perception layer and the(More)
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