Investigation of advanced materials for fusion alpha particle diagnostics

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Investigation of advanced materials for fusion alpha particle diagnostics. / Bonheure, G.; Van Wassenhove, G.; Hult, M.; González de Orduña, R.; Strivay, D.; Vermaercke, Peter; Delvigne, T.; Chene, G.; Delhalle, R.; Huber, A.; Schweer, B.; Esser, G.; Biel, W.; Neubauer, O.; Sneyers, Liesel (Peer reviewer).

In: fusion engineering and design, Vol. 88, No. 6-8, 15.02.2013, p. 533-536.

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Bonheure, G, Van Wassenhove, G, Hult, M, González de Orduña, R, Strivay, D, Vermaercke, P, Delvigne, T, Chene, G, Delhalle, R, Huber, A, Schweer, B, Esser, G, Biel, W, Neubauer, O & Sneyers, L 2013, 'Investigation of advanced materials for fusion alpha particle diagnostics', fusion engineering and design, vol. 88, no. 6-8, pp. 533-536. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.fusengdes.2013.01.029

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Bonheure, G., Van Wassenhove, G., Hult, M., González de Orduña, R., Strivay, D., Vermaercke, P., Delvigne, T., Chene, G., Delhalle, R., Huber, A., Schweer, B., Esser, G., Biel, W., Neubauer, O., & Sneyers, L. (2013). Investigation of advanced materials for fusion alpha particle diagnostics. fusion engineering and design, 88(6-8), 533-536. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.fusengdes.2013.01.029

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Bonheure G, Van Wassenhove G, Hult M, González de Orduña R, Strivay D, Vermaercke P et al. Investigation of advanced materials for fusion alpha particle diagnostics. fusion engineering and design. 2013 Feb 15;88(6-8):533-536. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.fusengdes.2013.01.029

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Bonheure, G. ; Van Wassenhove, G. ; Hult, M. ; González de Orduña, R. ; Strivay, D. ; Vermaercke, Peter ; Delvigne, T. ; Chene, G. ; Delhalle, R. ; Huber, A. ; Schweer, B. ; Esser, G. ; Biel, W. ; Neubauer, O. ; Sneyers, Liesel. / Investigation of advanced materials for fusion alpha particle diagnostics. In: fusion engineering and design. 2013 ; Vol. 88, No. 6-8. pp. 533-536.

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abstract = "tFusion alpha particle diagnostics for ITER remain a challenging task. Standard escaping alpha particledetectors in present tokamaks are not applicable to ITER and techniques suitable for fusion reactor con-ditions need further research and development [1,2]. The activation technique is widely used for thecharacterization of high fluence rates inside neutron reactors. Tokamak applications of the neutron acti-vation technique are already well developed [3] whereas measuring escaping ions using this techniqueis a novel fusion plasma diagnostic development. Despite low alpha particle fluence levels in presenttokamaks, promising results using activation technique combined with ultra-low level gamma-ray spec-trometry [4] were achieved before in JET [5,6].",
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