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Proceedings of 16th International Symposium on Fusion Engineering
The 7.5 MW/m 2 heat flux requirements for the TPX divertor necessitate the use of high conductivity carbon-carbon (C-C) tiles that are brazed to annealed copper (OFHC) coolant tubes. Significant residual stresses are developed in the C-C tiles during the braze process due to large differences in the thermal expansion coefficients between these materials. Analyses which account for only the elastic-plastic strains developed in the OFHC tube may not accurately characterize the behavior of thedoi:10.1109/fusion.1995.534462 fatcat:tdklsbrhk5fvnnfb26xsbk47ga