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ITSC1996, Thermal Spray 1996: Proceedings from the National Thermal Spray Conference, 735-739, October 7–11, 1996,
... Abstract Plasma spraying is under investigation as a method for in-situ repair of damaged beryllium and tungsten plasma facing surfaces for the International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor (ITER), the next generation magnetic fusion energy device, and is also being considered as a potential...
ITSC1998, Thermal Spray 1998: Proceedings from the International Thermal Spray Conference, 957-961, May 25–29, 1998,
... Abstract The development of nuclear fusion reactors is presently considered to be the only possible answer to the world's increasing demand for energy, while respecting the environment. Nuclear fusion devices may be broadly divided into two main groups with distinctively different...
ITSC2023, Thermal Spray 2023: Proceedings from the International Thermal Spray Conference, 514-518, May 22–25, 2023,
... particles decrease. However, if the laser power is too low, there will be non-fusion defects and cracks, which will seriously affect the forming quality and amorphous rate of amorphous alloy. amorphous phase chemical composition cracks crystallization heat affected zone selective laser melting...
ITSC2000, Thermal Spray 2000: Proceedings from the International Thermal Spray Conference, 669-678, May 8–11, 2000,
.... The device can operate in the discharge resistance is designed to be high ~ 0.1 to 1.0 ohms. 670 Since the parasitic resistance of the transmission circuit and the conservative estimate is that we will need a mass of gas roughly PFN is small, a few milliohms, most of the PFN energy is 4-10timesthe mass...
ITSC 2019, Thermal Spray 2019: Proceedings from the International Thermal Spray Conference, 535-540, May 26–29, 2019,
... by spark plasma sintering, Fusion Eng Des, 127, 2018, 173-178. 4. T. Wegener et al., Development of yttrium-containing selfpassivating tungsten alloys for future fusion power plants, Nucl Mater Energy, 2016, 9, 394 398. 5. A. Calvo et al., Manufacturing and testing of selfpassivating tungsten alloys...
ITSC 2002, Thermal Spray 2002: Proceedings from the International Thermal Spray Conference, 534-538, March 4–6, 2002,
... of the referring energy density on the tip of the rotating rod. With the employed EB device, the defocused spot is useless as well as the focused one because their energy density is not sufficient to melt the whole tip of the rod fast enough. The further modulations are generally capable to melt the rod tip...
ITSC 2022, Thermal Spray 2022: Proceedings from the International Thermal Spray Conference, 798-808, May 4–6, 2022,
... Abstract In nuclear fusion reactors, the first wall is the name given to the surface which is in direct contact with the plasma. A part of it is the divertor which is a device that removes fusion products from the plasma and impurities that have entered into it from the vessel lining...
ITSC 2006, Thermal Spray 2006: Proceedings from the International Thermal Spray Conference, 185-190, May 15–18, 2006,
... spray particle kinetic approach inducing impact fusion. Solid particles in the size range of 10 to 100 microns are accelerated into a supersonic stream (ranging from 300 to 1200 m/s) using compressed air. These high velocity cold particles are projected on to a work piece. There is no heat discharge...
ITSC2000, Thermal Spray 2000: Proceedings from the International Thermal Spray Conference, 583-587, May 8–11, 2000,
...), the next generation magnetic fusion energy device . In this investigation, VPS was used to deposit commercially 583 available AlBeMet" material. An evaluation of the thermal and Results and Discussion mechanical properties was performed along with microstructural characterization. Plasma spray forming...
ITSC 2005, Thermal Spray 2005: Proceedings from the International Thermal Spray Conference, 539-544, May 2–4, 2005,
... small size, be carried away in the air / gas stream and not incorporated into the final coating chemistry. For thermal sprayed coatings formed by these techniques, generally what is found is that rapid coarsening during spraying occurs since the excess surface energy of the nanoparticulates results...
ITSC1998, Thermal Spray 1998: Proceedings from the International Thermal Spray Conference, 1677-1680, May 25–29, 1998,
... margins. This does not allow investments for innovation. quasicrystalline electrical devices CMC's amorphous Intelligent materials etc.. etc.. free forming / repair chart 3 : KEY FUNCTIONALITIES ACHIEVABLE MINING - water piping -slurry wear THROUGH THERMAL SPRAY DEPOSITS CONSTRUC- - bridge - protection...
ITSC1997, Thermal Spray 1997: Proceedings from the United Thermal Spray Conference, 583-592, September 15–18, 1997,
... are limited to creating robot trajectories 583 line [2,13]. As the principle behind OLP systems is azimuthal direction. Hence the energy balance equation described in a previous paper , a very brief description is given here. In the simulations the geometric data of the describing convection...
ITSC 2004, Thermal Spray 2004: Proceedings from the International Thermal Spray Conference, 962-967, May 10–12, 2004,
... , Tmelting , L f , and m& are average heat capacities of solid and liquid aluminum, aluminum s melting point, aluminum s latent heat of fusion, and the rate of aluminum mass feed, respectively. The energy rate required to form the particles, Nd 2 , is estimated to be about 24W which is much less than...