Fusion Science and Technology / Volume 60 / Number 4 / November 2011 / Pages 1455-1458
Interaction with Materials / Proceedings of the Ninth International Conference on Tritium Science and Technology (Part 2) / dx.doi.org/10.13182/FST11-A12705
The behavior of hydrogen isotopes implanted into tungsten containing vacancies was simulated using a Monte Carlo technique. The correlations between the distribution of implanted deuterium and fluence, trap density and trap distribution were evaluated. Throughout the present study, qualitatively understandable results were obtained. In order to improve the precision of the model and obtain quantitatively reliable results, it is necessary to deal with the following subjects: (1) how to balance long-time irradiation processes with a rapid diffusion process, (2) how to prevent unrealistic accumulation of hydrogen, and (3) how to model the release of hydrogen forcibly loaded into a region where hydrogen densely exist already.