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Design of the ITER TF Magnet Feeder Systems

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15 Author(s)
Song, Y. ; Inst. of Plasma Phys., Chinese Acad. of Sci. (ASIPP), Hefei, China ; Bauer, P. ; Bi, Y. ; Chen, Y.
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The International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor (ITER) superconducting magnet system requires current supplies from 10 kA to 68 kA. The components relating the electrical power and cryogens through the warm-cold barrier to the ITER magnets are the so-called feeders. In total there are 31 such feeders for the ITER magnet system, 9 of them necessary for the toroidal field magnet system are called TF feeders. Each feeder consists of three main units: the In-Cryostat Feeder (ICF), the Cryostat Feed-Through (CFT) and the S-Bend Box (SBB)/Coil Terminal Box (CTB) assembly. This paper presents the latest design of the TF feeder components.

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Applied Superconductivity, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:20 ,  Issue: 3 )

Date of Publication:

June 2010

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