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Status of design and procurement activities in JT-60SA

Status of design and procurement activities in JT-60SA,10.1016/j.fusengdes.2011.03.033,Fusion Engineering and Design,P. Barabaschi,Y. Kamada,S. Ishida

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The JT-60SA experiment is one of the three projects to be undertaken in Japan as part of the Broader Approach Agreement, conducted jointly by Europe and Japan, and complementing the construction of ITER in Europe. It is a fully superconducting tokamak capable of confining break-even equivalent deuterium plasmas with equilibria covering high plasma shaping with a low aspect ratio at a maximum plasma current of Ip=5.5MA. In late 2007 the BA Parties, prompted by cost concerns, asked the JT-60SA Team to carry out a re-baselining effort with the purpose to fit in the original budget while aiming to retain the machine mission, performance, and experimental flexibility. Subsequently the Integrated Project Team has undertaken a machine re-optimization followed by engineering design activities aimed to reduce costs while maintaining the machine radius and plasma current. This effort led the Parties to the approval of the new design in late 2008 and hence final design and procurement activities have commenced. The paper will describe the process leading to the re-baselining, the resulting final design and technical solutions and the present status of procurement activities.
Journal: Fusion Engineering and Design - FUSION ENG DES , vol. 86, no. 6, pp. 484-489, 2011
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    • ...Abstract- This paper describes the detailed design of the Quench Protection Circuits (QPC) for the superconducting Toroidal Field (TF) and Poloidal Field (PF) magnets of the Satellite Tokamak JT-60SA, which will be installed in Naka, Japan [1]...
    • ...Japan [1]. JT-60SA will be a tokamak with superconducting...

    E. Gaioet al. Final design of the Quench Protection Circuits for the JT-60SA superco...

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