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Hydrogen and Helium Recycling at Plasma Facing Materials

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  • © 2002


Part of the book series: NATO Science Series II: Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry (NAII, volume 54)

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A compendium representing the current state of the art in the modelling, simulation and physics of the interaction of hydrogen and helium with plasma facing materials in fusion reactors. This is the topic that will determine the success of the production of energy by future Tokamak reactors and it is here discussed by the world's experts. Topics covered are recycling of hydrogen isotopes; wall fuelling and wall pumping; active control of hydrogen recycling; hydrogen and helium behaviour in solids and liquid metals; and databases for recycling.

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Table of contents (22 chapters)

  1. Hydrogen Recycling Studies in Tokamaks and Other Facilities

  2. Hydrogen Sputtering, Retention, Codeposition in Graphite

  3. Fundamental Permeation Studies I

  4. Fundamental Permeation Studies II

  5. Hydrogen Recycling in Tungsten, Niobium, and Nickel

  6. General Hydrogen and Helium Issues and Other Metals

  7. Measurements and Control of Hydrogen Recycling I

Editors and Affiliations

  • Argonne National Laboratory, Argonne, USA

    Ahmed Hassanein

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