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Toward an Integrated Simulation Predictive Capability for Fusion Plasma Chamber Systems

A. Ying, M. Narula, M. Abdou, R. Munipalli, M. Ulrickson, P. Wilson

Fusion Science and Technology / Volume 56 / Number 2 / August 2009 / Pages 918-924

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The fusion environment is inherently complex, in which an adequate understanding of response from a plasma chamber system requires integrated (and in some areas coupled) analysis across multiple disciplines (neutronics, thermo-fluids, structural mechanics, electromagnetism etc). An integrated simulation predictive capability, which utilizes a computer based single CAD geometric model where a detailed simulation of the multi-physics phenomena occurring in a fusion plasma chamber system is performed, is under development and is described in this paper.

 
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