Plasma-material Interactions in Current Tokamaks and their Implications for Next-step Fusion Reactors

@inproceedings{Federici2001PlasmamaterialII,
  title={Plasma-material Interactions in Current Tokamaks and their Implications for Next-step Fusion Reactors},
  author={G. Federici and C. Skinner and J. Brooks and J. P. Coad and C. Grisolia},
  year={2001}
}
The major increase in discharge duration and plasma energy in a next-step DT [deuterium-tritium] fusion reactor will give rise to important plasma-material effects that will critically influence its operation, safety, and performance. Erosion will increase to a scale of several centimeters from being barely measurable at a micron scale in today's tokamaks. Tritium co-deposited with carbon will strongly affect the operation of machines with carbon plasma-facing components. Controlling plasma… Expand
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