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Advances in Cryogenic Engineering
General Atomics is designing, testing and fabricating a system for supplying cryogenic targets for the University of Rochester's OMEGA laser system. A prototype system has demonstrated the filling of 1 mm diameter, 3 µm wall plastic spheres to 111 MPa (1100 atm) with deuterium and then cooling to 18 K to condense the fuel. The production design must be capable of routinely filling and cooling targets with a 50/50 mix of deuterium and tritium and transferring them to a device which places thedoi:10.1007/978-1-4757-9047-4_73 fatcat:loniaz3a2bghppa5wvq4dswrum