New linear plasma devices in the trilateral euregio cluster for an integrated approach to plasma surface interactions in fusion reactors

B. Unterberg, R. Jaspers, R. Koch, Vincent Massaut, J. Rapp, D. Reiter, S. Kraus, A. Kreter, V. Philipps, H. Reimer, U. Samm, L. Scheibl, B. Schweer, Johan Schuurmans, Inge Uytdenhouwen, R. Al, M.A. van den Berg, S. Brons, H.J.N. van Eck, W.J. GoedheerM.F. Graswinckel, T. van der Grift, A. Kleyn, W.R. Koppers, O. Kruyt, A. Lof, H.J. van der Meiden, W. Melissen, M. van de Pol, G.J. van Rooij, P. Smeets, J. Scholten, D.C. Schram, G. De Temmerman, W. Vijvers, P.A. Zeijlmans van Emmichoven, J.J. Zielinski, Milan Konstantinovic

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    New linear plasma devices are currently being constructed or planned in the Trilateral Euregio Cluster (TEC) to meet the challenges with respect to plasma surface interactions in DEMO and ITER: i) MAGNUM-PSI (FOM), a high particle and power flux device with super-conducting magnetic field coils which will reach ITER-like divertor conditions at high magnetic field, ii) the newly proposed linear plasma device JULE-PSI (FZJ), which will allow to expose toxic and neutron activated target samples to ITER-like fluences and ion energies including in vacuo analysis of neutron activated samples, and iii) the plasmatron VISION I, a compact plasma device which will be operated inside the tritium lab at SCK-CEN Mol, capable to investigate tritium plasmas and moderately activated wall materials. This contribution shows the capabilities of the new devices and their forerunner experiments (Pilot-PSI at FOM and PSI-2 Jülich at FZJ) in view of the main objectives of the new TEC program on plasma surface interactions.
    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)1797-1800
    Journalfusion engineering and design
    Issue number9-11
    StatePublished - Oct 2011

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