|Author||Santarius, J.F. ♦ Blanchard, J.P. ♦ Emmert, G.A. ♦ Sviatoslavsky, I.N. ♦ Wittenberg, L.J. ♦ Ghoniem, N.M. ♦ Hasan, M.Z. ♦ Mau, T.K. ♦ Greenspan, E. ♦ Herring, J.S. ♦ Kernbichler, W. ♦ Klein, A.C. ♦ Miley, G.H. ♦ Miller, R.L. ♦ Peng, Y.-K.M. ♦ Schaffer, M.J. ♦ Wong, C.P.C. ♦ Steiner, D. ♦ Sze, D.-K.|
|Source||IEEE Xplore Digital Library|
|Publisher||Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc. (IEEE)|
|Subject Domain (in DDC)||Technology ♦ Engineering & allied operations|
|Subject Keyword||Energy conversion ♦ Inductors ♦ Helium ♦ Tokamaks ♦ Neutrons ♦ Plasmas ♦ Synchrotron radiation ♦ Energy loss ♦ Fusion reactors ♦ Toroidal magnetic fields|
|Abstract||High-efficiency energy conversion schemes for a D-/sup 3/He tokamak reactor are investigated. The loss channels for a D-/sup 3/He plasma are through charged particles, neutrons, and radiation (synchrotron and bremsstrahlung), with only a few percent of the energy loss in neutrons. In contrast to D-T fusion reactors, this gives high leverage to energy-conversion methods which apply to charged particles or radiation. The ideas investigated focus on efficiently converting such energy to electricity or on converting thermal energy in ways which make effective use of fusion-reactor characteristics such as high magnetic fields. The energy-conversion methods investigated are given. Whether a concept was chosen for further study is indicated, as is the applicability of the concept to the three tokamak versions under consideration for the Advanced Reactor Innovation and Evaluation Study-III (ARIES-III): a high-field reactor (HFR), a second stability reactor (SSR), and a spherical torus (ST). Options not selected for further pursuit within the ARIES project are described briefly, and those selected are discussed more extensively. Selection criteria include cost, efficiency, technical feasibility, and how well a concept made use of fusion-specific features.<<ETX>>|
|Description||Author affiliation: Wisconsin Univ., Madison, WI, USA (Santarius, J.F.; Blanchard, J.P.; Emmert, G.A.; Sviatoslavsky, I.N.; Wittenberg, L.J.)|
|Educational Role||Student ♦ Teacher|
|Age Range||above 22 year|
|Educational Use||Research ♦ Reading|
|Education Level||UG and PG|
|Learning Resource Type||Article|
|Rights Holder||Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc. (IEEE)|
|Size (in Bytes)||434.35 kB|
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