|Title||Engineering issues on the diagnostic port integration in ITER upper port 18|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2016|
|Authors||S. Pak, L. Bertalot, M.S Cheon, T. Giacomin, C.JM Heemskerk, J.F Koning, H.G Lee, G. Nemtcev, D.MS Ronden, C.R Seon, V. Udintsev, N. Yukhnov, A. Zvonkov|
|Journal||Fusion Engineering and Design|
The upper port #18 (UP18) in ITER hosts three diagnostic systems: the neutron activation system, the Vacuum Ultra-Violet spectrometer system, and the vertical neutron camera. These diagnostics are integrated into three infrastructures in the port: the upper port plug, interspace support structure and port cell support structure. The port integration in UP18 is at the preliminary design stage and the current design of the infrastructure as well as the diagnostic integration is described here. The engineering issues related to neutron shielding and maintenance are addressed and the design approach is suggested.
|Alternate Title||Fusion Eng. Des.|
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