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Plasma Physics and Technology Aspects of the Deuterium–Tritium Fuel Cycle for Fusion Energy

Summary of a Technical Meeting


English IAEA-TECDOC-2049 ¦ 978-92-0-110124-2

3 figures ¦ € 30.00 ¦ Date published: 2024

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This publication provides an overview of plasma physics and technology aspects of the Deuterium-Tritium fuel cycle in magnetic fusion devices, from ITER to demonstration fusion power plants. The TECDOC also provides contributed papers from experts representing a wide range of international magnetic confinement fusion research and development programmes working on the D-T fuel cycle. This publication is intended for scientists and engineers working on fusion R&D, as well as private sector companies working in fusion energy development areas.

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Plasma Physics and Technology Aspects, Deuterium-Tritium Fuel Cycle, Fusion Energy, Magnetic Fusion Devices, ITER, International Magnetic Confinement Fusion Research, Development Programmes, D-T Fuel Cycle, Scientists, Engineers, Private Sector, Fusion Energy Development Areas, Nuclear Fusion, Ionized Gases, Physics, Framework, Tokamak Fusion Power Plant, Interface, Burn Control, Fuel Cycle Technology, First Wall, Technical Meeting, Plasma Chamber PMI, Tritium Behaviour, Particle Balance, Fuel Behavior, Particle Exhaust Scenarios, Plasma Material Interaction, Fuel Recovery Methods, Linear Plasma Facilities, TPE Implantation, Irradiated Materials, Vacuum Pumping on ITER, Neutral Beams, Pellet ELM Pacing, Disruption Mitigation Impacts, Coolant Purification System, EU-DEMO Fuel Cycle, Tritium Migration Predictions, Pathways in the Fusion Core, Tritium in Chamber Materials, Trapping, Release, Tritium Retention and Removal in JET-DTE2, Review

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