低誘導放射化フェライト鋼によるブランケット構造体製作技術開発 [in Japanese] Fabrication Technology Development of Blanket Box Structure Made of Reduced Activation Ferritic Steel [in Japanese]
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Reduced-activation ferritic steel, F82H, is a leading candidate for the structural materials of fusion reactors. World wide efforts, which include irradiation tests, are being made to characterize and accumulate data regarding F82H. In parallel with these efforts, fabrication technologies are being developed to provide a technological basis for the module testing of the DEMO breeding blanket in ITER. In the course of fabrication technology development of the first wall and the blanket box structure, fabrication of small-scaled first wall panels made of F82H has been attempted by applying HIP(Hot Isostatic Pressing). In this section, an overview is given of the R & D results related to the optimization of HIP conditions for F82H and fabrication of the first wall.
- Journal of plasma and fusion research
Journal of plasma and fusion research 74(5), 442-447, 1998-05-25