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Report No.

Status of linac design for fusion neutron irradiation facility - IFMIF

Sugimoto, Masayoshi

The International Fusion Materials Irradiation Facility (IFMIF) as the neutron irradiation facility for developing the fusion reactor materials requires a linac accelerating 40 MeV deuteron beam with current of ampere class continuously, and the design of the accelerating module of 125 mA is conducted. For completing the conceptual design study, the design to reduce the cost by employing a staged construction with 3 steps to achieve final goal of 250 mA was performed. As for the linac, the strategy to realize the 50 mA acceleration at first step and to upgrade to 125 mA was conceived. In this year, the existing designs of RFQ, DTL and RF system will be reviewed and major testing items must be defined, to initiate the verification tests for key component technology. This report summarizes the status of each of component design and the related issues to be implemented in the verification tests.



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