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Proceedings of 16th International Symposium on Fusion Engineering
The ITER divertor will have a peak steady state heat flux of 5 MW/m 2 and a heat flux of 15 MW/m 2 for up to 10 s duration. Cooling will be provided by water at an inlet temperature of 150°C and a pressure of 4 MPa. A heat transfer enhancement technique is required in order to achieve a sufficient margin on critical heat flux at a reasonable flow velocity. Hypervapotron (HV) and swirl tube (ST) are under consideration as enhancement methods. There are many fundamental differences between thesedoi:10.1109/fusion.1995.534199 fatcat:3uo4tdxzyzap7caqq43a2hvuci