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The ITER neutral beam (NB) injectors are the first injectors that will have to operate in a hostile radiation environment and they will become highly radioactive due to the neutron flux from ITER. The injectors will use a single large ion source and accelerator that will produce 40 A 1 MeV D beams for pulse lengths of up to 3600 s. Significant changes have(More)
In Guadeloupe, during a general survey on intestinal schistosomiasis, the authors made a structural analysis of a limited focus of infection. The focus is formed by a river basin on the Carribean coast of Basse-Terre island. Sampling of the various elements of the parasitic cycle was done in spatial units defined by ecological and epidemiological criteria.(More)
The heating neutral beam (HNB) systems at ITER are designed to inject a total of 33 MW of either 1 MeV D<sup>0</sup> or 870 keV H<sup>0</sup> beams into the ITER plasma using two injectors with a possible addition of a third injector later to increase the injected power to ~50 MW. The injectors operate in a radioactive environment and should survive the(More)
The ISEPS (Ion Source and Extraction Power Supplies) is a complex system supplied by OCEM Energy Technology s.r.l. under a contract with Fusion for Energy (F4E), covering the units required for SPIDER and MITICA and for the two ITER Neutral Beam Injectors. ISEPS system is composed of high voltage power supplies, high current power supplies, radiofrequency(More)
The ITER baseline foresees 2 Heating Neutral Beams (HNB's) based on 1 MeV 40 A D(-) negative ion accelerators, each capable of delivering 16.7 MW of deuterium atoms to the DT plasma, with an optional 3rd HNB injector foreseen as a possible upgrade. In addition, a dedicated diagnostic neutral beam will be injecting ≈22 A of H(0) at 100 keV as the probe beam(More)
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