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Analysis of the beryllium stability under standard and critical operation in a fusion reactor

https://doi.org/10.32523/ejpfm.2021050403

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The paper provides data on the peculiarity of change in the structure, structural phase changes and destructions in beryllium resulting from interaction with a near-wall plasma of fusion facilities. Beryllium resistance under conditions of ITER operation was evaluated, which considers factors leading to possible partial melting and erosion of panels of the ITER first wall. It presents the modelling of a heat s distribution in element (”finger”) of the first wall at ”normal” and ”increased” heat flux of the ITER operation.

About the Authors

I. A. Sokolov
Institute of Atomic Energy Branch RSE NNC RK
Kazakhstan

Kurchatov



M. K. Skakov
National Nuclear Center of the Republic of Kazakhstan
Kazakhstan

Kurchatov



A. Zh. Miniyazov
Institute of Atomic Energy Branch RSE NNC RK
Kazakhstan

Kurchatov



B. T. Aubakirov
Institute of Atomic Energy Branch RSE NNC RK
Kazakhstan

Kurchatov



T. R. Tulenbergenov
Institute of Atomic Energy Branch RSE NNC RK
Kazakhstan

Kurchatov



A. V. Gradoboev
Tomsk Polytechnic University
Russian Federation

Tomsk



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Sokolov I.A., Skakov M.K., Miniyazov A.Z., Aubakirov B.T., Tulenbergenov T.R., Gradoboev A.V. Analysis of the beryllium stability under standard and critical operation in a fusion reactor. Eurasian Journal of Physics and Functional Materials. 2021;5(4):188-197. https://doi.org/10.32523/ejpfm.2021050403

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