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K. G. Moses
Fusion Science and Technology
Volume 13 / Number 3 / March 1988 / Pages 495-502
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An external waveguide launcher is an alternative to an internal loop for launching high-power ion cyclotron radiation into the magnetically confined plasma of a fusion reactor. Water, filling the waveguide, can perform the dual function of dielectric medium and coolant, while remaining highly insensitive to the 14-MeV neutron flux from a fusion reactor. Water-filled waveguides provide two distinctive reactor engineering advantages:
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