Development of Diagnostics for the Plasmatron VISION I

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Development of Diagnostics for the Plasmatron VISION I. / Bystrov, Kirill; Chaouadi, Rachid (Peer reviewer).

Ghent, Belgium : UGent - Universiteit Gent, 2009. 53 p.

Research output: ThesisMaster's thesis

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Bystrov, K & Chaouadi, R 2009, 'Development of Diagnostics for the Plasmatron VISION I', UGent - Universiteit Gent, Ghent, Belgium.

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Bystrov K, Chaouadi R. Development of Diagnostics for the Plasmatron VISION I. Ghent, Belgium: UGent - Universiteit Gent, 2009. 53 p.

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Bystrov, Kirill ; Chaouadi, Rachid. / Development of Diagnostics for the Plasmatron VISION I. Ghent, Belgium : UGent - Universiteit Gent, 2009. 53 p.

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title = "Development of Diagnostics for the Plasmatron VISION I",
abstract = "Fusion as a potential energy source has a number of advantages: no carbon emissions, no air pollution and unlimited fuel supply. Research is ongoing to demonstrate the feasibility of using fusion for the energy production. The plasmatron VISION I (under construction in SCK•CEN) will be an important facility for investigation of interaction between plasma and materials under reactor-relevant conditions. The plasmatron promises to be a unique in its kind installation for exposing plasma facing materials, including beryllium and irradiated samples, to tritium containing plasma. Present thesis is devoted to development of diagnostic set-up for the plasmatron. Estimations of expected plasma parameters are presented along with results of the first experiments on the plasmatron.",
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M3 - Master's thesis

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