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22-27 October 2018
Mahatma Mandir Conference Centre
Asia/Kolkata timezone
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Effect of sorbent selection and geometrical arrangement of cryopanels on pumping speed of cryopump

24 Oct 2018, 08:30
4h
Mahatma Mandir Conference Centre

Mahatma Mandir Conference Centre

Gandhinagar (nearest Airport: Ahmedabad), India
Poster FIP - Fusion Engineering, Integration and Power Plant Design P3 Posters

Speaker

Ms Ranjana Gangradey (Institute for Plasma Research)

Description

Vacuum is an inherent part of any Fusion machine. The requirement of providing large pumping speed is growing as fusion science is progressing towards high temperature, high density, and large confinement machines. In its domestic programme of development of technologies for Fusion grade machines, Institute for Plasma research (IPR) developed the sorbent based cryopumps. Using coconut shell charcoal pumping speed of 2 l/s/cm2 for helium and 5 l/s/cm2 for hydrogen is demonstrated. Different sorbents are under study for their performance of pumping speed, for example carbon cloth and flocked carbon panels. Experimental study of pumping speed is being carried for different geometrical configurations of panel arrangements. MOLFLOW+ is used for simulating the pumping speed. Initial experiments are being carried out at 80 K and compared with MOLFLOW+ results. This paper discusses in detail simulation and experimental results of developed pumps
Country or International Organization India
Paper Number FIP/P3-54

Primary author

Ms Ranjana Gangradey (Institute for Plasma Research)

Co-authors

Ms Jyoti Agarwal (Institute for Plasma Research) Dr Mishra Jyoti Shankar (Institue for plasma research) Mr Paresh Panchal (Institute for plasma research) Mr Pratik Nayak (Institute for plasma research) Mr Samiran Shanti Mukherjee (Institute for Plasma Research) Mr Subhadip Das (Institute for plasma research) Mr Vishal Gupta (Institute for plasma research)

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