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Tokamak-15 cryogenic system-the results of design and experimental analysis-the experience data

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10 Author(s)
I. K. Butkevitch ; Sci. & Res. Int. of Cryogenic Eng., Balashikha, USSR ; S. I. Veremchuk ; Y. I. Duhanin ; V. D. Kovalenko
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The Tokamak-15 cryogenic system is the largest helium system operated in the USSR and comprises two subsystems: nitrogen and helium. The cryogenic helium system is designed for cooldown and steady-state operation of superconducting coils of the TF 300 t magnetic system and the devices of plasma additional heating, and the nitrogen system is designed for steady-state operation of shields, cryostat supports, cryoresistive coils, precooling, and purification stages of the cryogenic helium system

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IEEE Transactions on Magnetics  (Volume:28 ,  Issue: 1 )