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Design options for an ITER ion cyclotron system

By D.W. Swain, F.W. Baity, T.S. Bigelow, P.M. Ryan, R.H. Goulding, M.D. Carter, D.C. Stallings, D.B. Batchelor and D.J. Hoffman


Recent changes have occurred in the design requirements for the ITER ion cyclotron system, requiring in-port launchers in four main horizontal ports to deliver 50 MW of power to the plasma. The design is complicated by the comparatively large antenna-separatrix distance of 10--20 cm. Designs of a conventional strap launcher and a folded waveguide launcher than can meet the new requirements are presented

Topics: Ion Cyclotron-Resonance, Waveguides, 70 Plasma Physics And Fusion, Icr Heating, Design, Antennas, Iter Tokamak
Publisher: Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Year: 1995
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