Source Term and Mobilization Assessment in NSSR-1 of ITER

S.J. Piet, L. Di Pace, G. Federici, D.F. Holland, K.A. McCarthy, S. Nisan, Y. Oda, Y. Seki, L.N. Topilski

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Abstract

We describe the radioactive sources in the International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor (ITER). The most important sources are co-deposited tritium, tritiated water, tokamak dust, and corrosion products. The co-deposited tritium is limited to 1 kg-T; the total on-site tritium inventory in the Basic Performance Phase (BPP) is 4 kg-T. Tritiated water concentrations are kept below 0.2 g-T/m3 in the divertor; other coolant loops have lower tritium concentrations. The in-vessel dust inventory is up to 100 kg-W, 100 kg-Be, and 200 kg-C. The activated corrosion product inventory is kept below 10 kg per loop.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)11 - 17
Number of pages7
JournalJournal of Fusion Energy
Volume16
Issue number1-2
Publication statusPublished - 1997
Externally publishedYes

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Piet, S. J., Di Pace, L., Federici, G., Holland, D. F., McCarthy, K. A., Nisan, S., ... Topilski, L. N. (1997). Source Term and Mobilization Assessment in NSSR-1 of ITER. Journal of Fusion Energy, 16(1-2), 11 - 17.