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22-27 October 2018
Mahatma Mandir Conference Centre
Asia/Kolkata timezone
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Progress in Design and Fabrication of Current and Helium Feeding System for JT-60SA Superconducting Coils

26 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 P7 Posters

Speaker

Mr Kaname Kizu (National Institutes for Quantum and Radiological Science and Technology)

Description

To realize JT-60SA of the largest superconducting tokamak device in the world, the current feeder and helium pipes have been designed so as to have the flexible structure with bend and to be supported with octagonal shape. The control system for feeding current and helium has been also developed to operate 18 Toroidal coils, 6 Equilibrium Coils and a Central solenoid. The engineering solutions developed for JT-60SA can be adopted for future fusion devices. This paper reports the progress in the design and fabrication of the current and helium feeding system to be used in JT-60SA.
Country or International Organization Japan
Paper Number FIP/P7-35

Primary author

Mr Kaname Kizu (National Institutes for Quantum and Radiological Science and Technology)

Co-authors

Mr Atsushi Honda (NATIONAL INSTITUTES FOR QUANTUM AND RADIOLOGICAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY) Mr Haruyuki Murakami (NATIONAL INSTITUTES FOR QUANTUM AND RADIOLOGICAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY) Mr Hisashi Ichige (NATIONAL INSTITUTES FOR QUANTUM AND RADIOLOGICAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY) Mr Katsuhiko Tsuchiya (NATIONAL INSTITUTES FOR QUANTUM AND RADIOLOGICAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY) Mr Katsumi Kawano (NATIONAL INSTITUTES FOR QUANTUM AND RADIOLOGICAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY) Mr Katsutomi Usui (NATIONAL INSTITUTES FOR QUANTUM AND RADIOLOGICAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY) Mr Kazuma Fukui (NATIONAL INSTITUTES FOR QUANTUM AND RADIOLOGICAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY) Mr Kouji Kamiya (NATIONAL INSTITUTES FOR QUANTUM AND RADIOLOGICAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY) Mr Kyohei Natsume (NATIONAL INSTITUTES FOR QUANTUM AND RADIOLOGICAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY) Mr Minoru Sato (NATIONAL INSTITUTES FOR QUANTUM AND RADIOLOGICAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY) Mr Takaaki Isono (NATIONAL INSTITUTES FOR QUANTUM AND RADIOLOGICAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY) Mr Yoshitoshi Kashiwa (NATIONAL INSTITUTES FOR QUANTUM AND RADIOLOGICAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY)

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