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Published by Elsevier in Amsterdam, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Controlled fusion.,
  • Plasma (Ionized gases),
  • Fusion reactors.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

    Statementedited by R.K. Janev, H.W. Drawin.
    ContributionsJanev, R. K. 1939-, Drawin, Hans-Werner.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQC791.73 .A78 1993
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 484 p. :
    Number of Pages484
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1403569M
    ISBN 100444816305
    LC Control Number93011630

    Nuclear Data Section, Division of Physical and Chemical Sciences, International Atomic Energy Agency, Vienna International Centre, P. O. Box , Vienna, Austria Interests: plasma physics; fusion energy research; atomic and molecular physics; plasma-material interaction; computational science Special Issues and Collections in MDPI journals. Controlled Thermonuclear Fusion The thermonuclear reaction is the fusion of two light atomic nuclei into a single heavier nucleus by a collision of the two interacting particles with high temperature as a consequence of which a large amount of energy is released.

    This book deals with the specific contact between the fourth state of matter, i.e. plasma, and the first state of matter, i.e. a solid wall, in controlled fusion experiments. A comprehensive analysis of the main processes of plasma-surface interaction is given together with an assessment of the most critical questions within the context of general criteria and operation limits. Tags: Dirk Naujoks, Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg GmbH & Co. KG Plasma-Material Interaction in Controlled Fusion (ebook) ISBN Additional ISBNs: , Author: Dirk Naujoks Edition: Publisher: Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg GmbH & Co. KG Published: Delivery: download immediately after purchasing Format: PDF/EPUB (High Quality, No .

    plasma physics and controlled nuclear fusion research - call number: qcc67 atomic processes in plasmas call number: qcd4.a86 8th: portland, maine, usa proceedings of the japan-u.s. workshop p on plasma material interaction/high heat flux data needs for the next step ignition and steady state devices   @article{osti_, title = {Plasma-material Interactions in Current Tokamaks and their Implications for Next-step Fusion Reactors}, author = {Federici, G and Skinner, C H and Brooks, J N and Coad, J P and Grisolia, C}, abstractNote = {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 Cited by:


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Atomic and plasma-material interaction processes in controlled thermonuclear fusion Download PDF EPUB FB2

Atomic and plasma-material interaction processes play an important role in thermonuclear fusion plasmas and the knowledge of these processes has a significant impact on fusion energy research and development.

The present volume provides a comprehensive survey of atomic and plasma-material interaction aspects of controlled thermonuclear fusion. Atomic and plasma-material interaction processes play an important role in thermonuclear fusion plasmas and the knowledge of these processes has a significant impact on fusion energy research.

Plasma-Material Interaction in Controlled Fusion (Springer Series on Atomic, Optical, and Plasma Physics) [Dirk Naujoks] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This book deals with the specific contact between the fourth state of matter, i.e.

plasma, and the first state of matter. A survey of atomic and plasma-material interaction aspects of controlled thermonuclear fusion. Topics covered include plasma energy balance; particle transport and confinement; impurity control; thermal power and helium exhaust; plasma heating and fuelling; and edge plasma physics.

Introduction. Plasma-Material Interaction in Controlled Fusion deals with the specific contact between the fourth state of matter, i.e. plasma, and the first state of matter, i.e. a solid wall, in controlled fusion experiments. A comprehensive analysis of the main processes of plasma-surface interaction is given together with an assessment of the most critical questions within the context of general criteria and.

Plasma-Material Interaction in Controlled Fusion (Springer Series on Atomic, Optical, and Plasma Physics) D. Naujoks This book deals with the specific contact between the fourth state of matter, i.e. plasma, and the first state of matter, i.e.

a solid wall, in controlled fusion experiments. This volume of Atomic and Plasma–Material Interaction Data for Fusion is a result of that CRP. The key topics are tritium retention in fusion wall materials, measurements of tritium inventory and means to remove trapped tritium.

This first volume is devoted to the plasma–material interaction processes and contains critical data assessments and data collections for all major particle–surface collision processes related to the partial recycling, impurity generation and material erosion in tokamak fusion devices.

Apart from processes induced by particle impact, plasma–material interaction effects related to off-normal plasma events. nuclear fusion through the provision of internationally recommended atomic, molecular, plasma–material interaction and material properties databases.

One mechanism by which the IAEA pursues this mission is the Coordinated Research Project (CRP). The present volume of Atomic and Plasma–Material Interaction.

fusion materials and plasma-material interaction for the exchange of information and coordination of research activities on the interaction of tritium with plasma-facing materials. this volume of Atomic and Plasma-material interaction data for fusion is an output of that cRP.

the focal point of the present international fusion. Plasma-Material Interaction in Controlled Fusion deals with the specific contact between the fourth state of matter, i.e. plasma, and the first state of matter, i.e. a solid wall, in controlled fusion experiments. A comprehensive analysis of the main processes of plasma-surface interaction is givenBrand: Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.

Plasma-Material Interaction in Controlled Fusion by Dirk Naujoks,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. “Plasma Physics and Controlled Nuclear Fusion presents theoretical background in plasma physics needed to understand the fundamentals of nuclear fusion.

The book is based on lectures given by the author at the graduate level. The book provides a thorough overview of the physics of fusion Brand: Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.

should be addressed to: The Editor, ATOMIC AND PLASMA–MATERIAL INTERACTION DATA FOR FUSION, International Atomic Energy Agency, Wagramer Strasse. The general role of atomic collision processes in the design and operation of fusion devices has been reviewed recently by many researchers.

Steady improvements in the characteristics of magnetically confined plasmas—in particular, toroidal plasmas of the Tokamak type—have produced a new awareness of the importance of such processes in the mechanisms of plasma heating, energy and Cited by: Fig. 1 shows an overview of the mechanisms of plasma-wall interaction typically considered.

For the lifetime of the first wall of a fusion reactor the issues of material migration, hence erosion and re-deposition, are crucial considering the function of the material as an armor of the structural by: 5.

The paper reviews the underlying physical processes and the existing experimental database of plasma-material interactions both in tokamaks and laboratory simulation facilities for conditions of direct relevance to next step fusion by: Plasma-material interactions in current tokamaks and their implications for next step fusion reactors To cite this article: G.

Federici et al Nucl. Fusion 41 View the article online for updates and enhancements. Related content Cross-field plasma transport and main-chamber recycling in diverted plasmas on Alcator C-ModCited by: The role of atomic collision and radiative processes in a magnetically cofined thermonuclear fusion plasmas is described.

These processes are of vital importance for understanding the plasma behaviour and properties, and impose serious constraints on the practical realization of fusion as an energy source. @article{osti_, title = {The Challenges of Plasma Material Interactions in Nuclear Fusion Devices and Potential Solutions}, author = {Rapp, J.}, abstractNote = {Plasma Material Interactions in future fusion reactors have been identified as a knowledge gap to be dealt with before any next step device past ITER can be built.

The challenges are manifold. Get this from a library! Plasma-material interaction in controlled fusion. [D Naujoks] -- Plasma-Material Interaction in Controlled Fusion deals with the specific contact between the fourth state of matter, i.e.

plasma, and the first state of matter, i.e. a solid wall, in controlled.APID Series. The series Atomic and Plasma-Material Interaction Data for Fusion ("Green Books") is published as an IAEA publication series, normally one volume per year. The series has been established by the IAEA A+M Data Unit in to provide the fusion community with new, or expert assessed, fusion relevant data information on atomic, molecular, particle-surface and plasma-material.Abstract.

For about 30 years, there have been worldwide efforts to demonstrate the possibility of gaining energy by controlled thermonuclear fusion of hydrogen atoms on earth, in a plasma with a temperature of a few million degrees (corresponding to about 12 keV).Author: R.

Behrisch.