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Task 1 In-vessel Tritium Source Terms
1 Scope This task addresses the safety issues of tritium retention and permeation properties in materials (bulk, co-deposition layers, dust, flakes and breeder materials), development of measurement t ...
Category:    2015-5-7 11:29
Task 2 Transient Thermofluid Modeling and Validation Tests (on hold)
1 Scope The general objective for this task is development and utilization of tools required to demonstrate thermal hydraulic performance of fusion systems during postulated off-normal and accident sc ...
Category:    2015-5-7 11:28
Task 3 Activation Products Source Term
1 Scope This task addresses the underlying mechanisms producing, and techniques for mitigating, mobilization of material in postulated fusion reactor accidents. Specific issues of concern include: dus ...
Category:    2015-5-7 11:26
Task 5 Failure Rate Database
Category:    2015-5-7 11:18
Task 6 Radioactive Waste Study
1 Scope Many fusion power plants could be commissioned worldwide by the end of the 21st century. The ability to handle the radioactive materials stream during operation and after decommissioning, and ...
Category:    2015-5-7 11:15
Task 7 Socio-Economic Aspects of Fusion Power
1 Scope Socio-economic of fusion energy focuses on the economic assessment of future power plants. Co-operative activities aim to develop better understanding of the issues and improved models and ass ...
Category:    2015-5-7 11:14
Task 8 Magnet Safety
1 Scope The purpose of this task is to coordinate the development of magnet arcing safety codes, and to benchmark these codes against experimental data (both internal magnet arcs and external magnet b ...
Category:    2015-5-7 11:12
Task 9 Power Plant Studies
1 ScopeThe scope of work for this task is to perform an inter-comparison of conceptual fusion power plant design studies performed in China, Japan, EU, and USA in order to assess economic performance, ...
Category:    2015-5-7 10:51

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