Broader Approach for Fusion - Belgian Contribution - Progress Report 2013

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Abstract

Belgium agreed in 2007-2009 to contribute in these 3 projects by delivering several in-kind contributions, up to an equivalent amount of 11 million EUR. The main achievements obtained during the year 2011 within the Broader Approach Belgian contribution are the following:  the fabrication of the main parts of the huge cryostat and auxiliary systems for the cold test of the Toroïdal Field Coils of the JT-60 SA Tokamak; the fabrication, cold testing and shipment of the first RF power amplifier for the IFMIF/EVEDA prototype accelerator;  the fabrication of the main parts of the irradiation device for the HFTM modules of IFMIF (part of the validation activities); the publication of the first results of the Lithium flow free surface modelling for the IFMIF/EVEDA target; the cold testing of the various materials, and analysis of results, for the IFERC/DEMO R&D project on small specimen testing. The present report will give an overview of the main activities carried out during 2012 within the Belgian participation to the Broader Approach

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Original languageEnglish
PublisherSCK•CEN - Studiecentrum voor Kernenergie/Centre d’Etude de l’Energie Nucléaire
Number of pages54
Volume24
Edition0
StatePublished - May 2014

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NameSCK•CEN Reports
PublisherStudiecentrum voor Kernenergie
No.ER-259

Keywords

  • Broader Approach, fusion, collaboration, ITER, Tokamak, IFMIF, EVEDA, irradiation facility, cryostat, cold testing, RF power amplifier, HFTM, LFTM, Lithium flow, surface modelling, IFERC/DEMO

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