Interaction of Low Energy Deuterium Plasma With Tungstenand Nano-Structured Tungsten Coatings:from Laboratory Data to Tokamak
Keywords:nano-structured tungsten coatings, deuterium plasma, radiation-induced damage
The objective of this work is to compare the deuterium retention in bulk tungsten and tungsten coatings exposed to deuterium plasma in well-defined laboratory conditions and complicate tokamak conditions and make reliable prediction for future fusion reactors.
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