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Author Najmabadi, F. ♦ Conn, R.W. ♦ Bathke, C.G. ♦ Blanchard, J.P. ♦ Bromberg, L. ♦ Brooks, J. ♦ Cheng, E.T. ♦ Cohn, D.R. ♦ Ehst, D.A. ♦ El-Guebaly, L.A. ♦ Emmert, G.A. ♦ Dolan, T.J. ♦ Gierszewski, P. ♦ Grotz, S.P. ♦ Hasan, M.S. ♦ Herring, J.S. ♦ Ho, S.K. ♦ Hollies, A. ♦ Holmes, J.A. ♦ Ibrahim, E. ♦ Jardin, S.A. ♦ Kessel, C.E. ♦ Khater, H.Y. ♦ Krakowski, R.A. ♦ Kuleinski, G.L. ♦ Mandrekas, J. ♦ Mau, T.-K. ♦ Miley, G.H. ♦ Miller, R.L. ♦ Mogahed, E.A. ♦ Reis, E. ♦ Santarius, J.F. ♦ Sawan, M. ♦ Schultz, J. ♦ Schultz, K.R. ♦ Sharafat, S. ♦ Steiner, D. ♦ Strickler, D.J. ♦ Sviatoslavsky, I.N. ♦ Sze, D.-K. ♦ Titus, P. ♦ Valenti, M. ♦ Werley, K.A. ♦ Whealton, J.H. ♦ Williams, J.E.C. ♦ Wittenberg, L.J. ♦ Wong, C.P.C.
Source IEEE Xplore Digital Library
Content type Text
Publisher Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc. (IEEE)
File Format PDF
Copyright Year ©1991
Language English
Subject Domain (in DDC) Technology ♦ Engineering & allied operations
Subject Keyword Inductors ♦ Plasma stability ♦ Helium ♦ Ash ♦ Plasma confinement ♦ Design engineering ♦ Power engineering and energy ♦ Fusion reactor design ♦ Tokamaks ♦ Coatings
Abstract A description of the ARIES-III research effort is presented, and the general features of the ARIES-III reactor are described. The plasma engineering and fusion-power-core design are summarized, including the major results, the key technical issues, and the central conclusions. Analyses have shown that the plasma power-balance window for D-/sup 3/He tokamak reactors is small and requires a first wall (or coating) that is highly reflective to synchrotron radiation and small values of tau /sub ash// epsilon /sub e/ (the ratio of ash-particle to energy confinement times in the core plasma). Both first and second stability regimes of operation have been considered. The second stability regime is chosen for the ARIES-III design point because the reactor can operate at a higher value of tau /sub ash// tau /sub E// tau /sub E/ approximately=2 (twice that of a first stability version), and because it has a reduced plasma current (30 MA), magnetic field at the coil (14 T), mass, and cost (also compared to a first-stability D-/sup 3/He reactor). The major and minor radii are, respectively 7.5 and 2.5 m.<<ETX>>
Description Author affiliation: Inst. of Plasma & Fusion Res., California Univ., Los Angeles, CA, USA (Najmabadi, F.)
ISBN 0780301323
Educational Role Student ♦ Teacher
Age Range above 22 year
Educational Use Research ♦ Reading
Education Level UG and PG
Learning Resource Type Article
Publisher Date 1991-09-30
Rights Holder Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc. (IEEE)
Size (in Bytes) 608.49 kB
Page Count 6
Starting Page 213
Ending Page 218


Source: IEEE Xplore Digital Library