Structural analysis of the Passive Magnetic Shield for the ITER Heating Neutral Beam Injector system

Santiago Cabrera, Esther Rincón, Begoña Ahedo, Javier Alonso, Germán Barrera, Francisco Ramos, Luis Ríos, Anass El-Ouazzani, Pablo García, Gilbert Agarici

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The ITER Passive Magnetic Shield (PMS) main function is to protect the Neutral Beam Injector (NBI) from the external magnetic field coming from the tokamak, and to shield the NB cell from the radiation coming from all activated components. The shielding from the external magnetic field is performed in association with the Active Compensation Cooled Correction Coils (ACCC). The Bushing and Transmission Line (TL) PMS also provides structural support for HV bushing, allowing its maintenance and providing air sealing function between NBI cell and High Voltage deck room. The paper summarizes the structural analyses performed in order to evaluate the mechanical behaviour of the HNB PMS under operation combined with seismic event. The RCC-MR Code is used to validate the design, assuming creep is negligible, since the structure is expected to be at room temperature. P-type damage is assessed.

Idioma originalInglés
Páginas (desde-hasta)416-419
Número de páginas4
PublicaciónFusion Engineering and Design
Volumen96-97
DOI
EstadoPublicada - 1 oct 2015

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