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This booklet covers the Resistivity restoration (RR) strategy, underlying its actual ideas, functionality and complex. A concise assessment at the cutting-edge is equipped, exhibiting the advances in radiation modelling, linking either experimental and theoretical fields. The reader will discover a facts compilation and comparability of updated effects bought from the ecu Fusion improvement contract version alloys.
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The displacement damage is measured in dpa (displacement per atom) [7, 8]. One dpa means that on average every atom of the material has been displaced once. The total radiation doses expected for ITER and DEMO are in the range of 3 and 25 dpa respectively. The gamma radiation will be present in the plasma coming from the reactions indicated in note 2 but also a signiﬁcant amount of gamma radiation will also remain once operation is off due to the activation of the materials in the reactor. Important radiation levels will be present during remote handling operation but will decay with time.
2 and 3. Finally the results provided in the present work on concentrated Fe–Cr alloys under 5 MeV proton irradiation are presented and discussed in Chap. 5. The major output of this work is the contribution to enlarge the database of RR results on concentrated Fe–Cr which are very limited but necessary to validate the developing modelling approaches. References 1. Chen FF (2011) An indispensable truth: how fusion power can save the planet. Springer, New York 2. International Energy Agency (2015) World energy outlook 2015.
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