An Experimental Study of the Effects of Solid-to-Coolant Thermal Conductivity Ratio in Helium-Cooled Divertor Modules

@inproceedings{Mills2013AnES,
  title={An Experimental Study of the Effects of Solid-to-Coolant Thermal Conductivity Ratio in Helium-Cooled Divertor Modules},
  author={B. H. Mills and Jessica Rader and Dennis L. Sadowski and Minami Yoda and Said I. Abdel-Khalik},
  year={2013}
}
AbstractAs part of the ARIES study, the Georgia Tech group has experimentally studied the thermal performance of a helium-cooled ‘finger-type’ tungsten divertor design that uses jet impingement and a fin array to cool the plasma-facing surface. These studies were performed using air at Reynolds numbers Re, spanning those for prototypical operating conditions. A brass test section heated with an oxy-acetylene torch at incident heat fluxes up to 2 MW/m2 was used. Recently, data obtained with room… CONTINUE READING

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