Paper Title:
Bonding and Interfaces and their Thermo-Mechanical Performance on the Example of Plasma Facing Divertor Components for Thermo-Nuclear Fusion Reactors
  Abstract

The optimization of CFC/Cu-interfaces for plasma facing divertor components in thermo-nuclear fusion reactors is proposed and demonstrated via an integrative numerical-experimental approach mainly comprising a macro-scale to micro-scale finite element modeling technique together with fracture mechanics tests. Results obtained by finite element analyses of real-scale CFC flat tile divertor components under high heat flux loading conditions are verified by the findings of tests in an ion beam high heat flux facility. From the macro-scale FE models of the full component the loading conditions are derived for micro-scale FE models that incorporate principal details of the micro-structured CFC/Cu-interface thus allowing to capture explicitly locally acting dissipative mechanisms which in turn at the macro-scale in fracture mechanics experiments increase the fracture toughness of the CFC/Cu-interface.

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Ch. Linsmeier and M. Reinelt
Pages
31-35
DOI
10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMR.59.31
Citation
A. Plankensteiner, B. Tabernig, "Bonding and Interfaces and their Thermo-Mechanical Performance on the Example of Plasma Facing Divertor Components for Thermo-Nuclear Fusion Reactors", Advanced Materials Research, Vol. 59, pp. 31-35, 2009
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December 2008
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