Initial Activation Assessment for Aries Compact Stellarator Power Plant

@inproceedings{ElGuebaly2004InitialAA,
  title={Initial Activation Assessment for Aries Compact Stellarator Power Plant},
  author={Laila El-Guebaly and Patricia Wilson and Darcy Paige},
  year={2004}
}
The ARIES team is moving forward with a new study: the ARIES-CS compact stellarator power plant. It is a pioneer design that combines advanced physics and engineering approaches to minimize the major radius and hence the overall size of the machine. Regarding the engineering activities, five blanket/shield systems have been proposed (Flibe/FS/Be, LiPb/SiC, LiPb/FS/He, Li/FS/He, and Li4SiO4/FS/Be/He) and an effort is underway to integrate the internals (blanket, shield, and vacuum vessel) and… CONTINUE READING

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