Ozone hazard in the ITER cryostat

@article{Rizzello1995OzoneHI,
  title={Ozone hazard in the ITER cryostat},
  author={C. Rizzello and T. Pinna and M. Porfiri},
  journal={Proceedings of 16th International Symposium on Fusion Engineering},
  year={1995},
  volume={1},
  pages={357-360 vol.1}
}
The occurrence of an ozone explosion in the ITER cryostat area is evaluated. Attention is focused on the possible oxygen sources, since ozone is formed from oxygen by the effect of energy deposited by radiation at low temperatures. Oxygen can accumulate by condensation on the surfaces of the cryogenic superconducting coils, as a consequence of air ingress into the cryostat, and as impurity in the liquid nitrogen contained in the thermal shielding jacket surrounding the vacuum vessel (if liquid… Expand

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