© 2015 Elsevier B.V. The neutral beam system for ITER consists of two heating and current drive neutral ion beam injectors (HNB) and a diagnostic neutral beam (DNB) injector. The proposed physical plant layout allows a possible third HNB injector to be installed later. The HNB Passive Magnetic Shield (PMS) works in conjunction with the active compensation/correction coils to limit the magnetic field inside the Beam Line Vessel (BLV), Beam Source Vessel (BSV), High Voltage Bushing (HVB) and Transmission Line (TL) elbow to acceptable levels that do not interfere with the operation of the HNB components. This paper describes the current design of the PMS, having had only minor modifications since the preliminary design review (PDR) held in IO in April 2013, and the assembly strategy for the vessel PMS.
Ríos, L., Ahedo, B., Alonso, J., Barrera, G., Cabrera, S., Rincón, E., Ramos, F., El-Ouazzani, A., Graceffa, J., Urbani, M., Shah, D., & Agarici, G. (2015). Assembly and gap management strategy for the ITER NBI vessel passive magnetic shield. 573-576. Paper presented at Fusion Engineering and Design, . https://doi.org/10.1016/j.fusengdes.2015.02.055