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Plasma–wall interaction in laser inertial fusion reactors: novel proposals for radiation tests of first wall materials
Plasma Physics and Controlled Fusion
Dry-wall laser inertial fusion (LIF) chambers will have to withstand strong bursts of fast charged particles which will deposit tens of U irr 2 and implant more than 10 18 particles irr 2 in a few microseconds at a repetition rate of some Hz. Large chamber dimensions and resistant plasma-facing materials must be combined to guarantee the chamber performance as long as possible under the expected threats: heating, fatigue, cracking, formation of defects, retention of light species, swelling anddoi:10.1088/0741-3335/54/12/124051 fatcat:jr4qgteicrhrpm2o4r5mkdejke