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Assembly of the US-Japan MFE-RB-15J experiment for irradiation in the HFIR

Hirose, Takanori; Ando, Masami; Tanigawa, Hiroyasu; Okubo, Nariaki; McDuffee, J. L.*; Heatherly, D. W.*; Sitterson, R. G.*; Stoller, R. E.*; Yamamoto, Takuya*

This work is being carried out under Annex I of the collaboration on Fusion Materials between the U.S. DOE and the Japan Atomic Energy Agency. The MFE-RB-15J capsule is a part of the Phase-V experiments with the goal of elucidating the effects of helium in fusion structural candidate engineering alloys, and verifying the irradiation response of alloy F82H and its joint for ITER-TBM (Test Blanket Module) application. The target dose of this capsule is 6 dpa at the peak and it will introduce 300 appm of transmutation helium in F82H with additional boron-10. Assembly of the MFE-RB-15J capsule was completed on April, 2008. Irradiation began for MFE-RB-15J with cycle 415, starting June 3, 2008. The MFE-RB-15J experiment was installed in location RB-1A with europium thermal neutron shield. A detailed specimen loading list for the capsule is provided in this report.



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