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Design and performance analysis of the ITER cryoplant and cryo-distribution subsystem

Guillemet, L.*; Jager, B.*; Haange, R.*; Hamada, Kazuya; Hara, Eiji*; Kalinin, G.*; Kato, Takashi; Millet, F.*; Shatil, N.*

Japan Atomic Energy Research Institute has designed a ITER cryoplant and cryo-distribution in the international collaboration. The ITER cryoplant that will be the largest cryogenic system for the Fusion facility in the world, is designed to be stable in operation despite the pulsed nature of heat deposition in the magnet system. The refrigeration capacity of cryoplant is 48 kW at 4.5 K of refrigeration power and 0.16 kg/s of supercritical helium supply. In the cryoplant, a supercritical helium pump and a cold compressor is applied, based on the successful achievement of cryogenic system for the ITER central solenoid model coil.



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