This paper presents the results of the activation and decay heat calculations for the divertor plate materials of the Next European Torus (NET). The basic option assessed enables molybdenum alloy TZM and AISI 316L as material for divertor cooling channels. Burn time, effective irradiation time history, and fluence dependence on activation, decay heat, and contact dose is assessed. Impact of the material impurity level on the radioactive inventory is also investigated. The ANITA code is used, with updated cross sections and decay data libraries based on EFF-2 and EAF-3 evaluation files. The flux-weighted spectrum provided by XSDRNPM or ANISN 1-D codes has been used. The real NET geometry was modelled with the 3-D MCNP Monte Carlo neutron transport code. © 1994.
All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes
- Nuclear and High Energy Physics
- Materials Science(all)
- Nuclear Energy and Engineering
Cepraga, D. G., Menapace, E., Cambi, G., Ciattaglia, S., Petrizzi, L., Cavallone, G., ... Broccoli, U. (1994). Activation of TZM and stainless steel divertor materials in the NET fusion machine. Journal of Nuclear Materials, 212-215(PART 1), 644 - 648. https://doi.org/10.1016/0022-3115(94)90138-4