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The performance of the ITER first wall and divertor plate is analyzed using a 1-D lifetime code which includes the effects of radiation damage and surface erosion. The materials considered for the first wall are solution annealed and 20$ cold-worked Type 316 stainless steel. The materials considered for the divertor plate are H-451 graphite bonded to a Cu-0.5 Be-2 Ni heat sink. The primary conclusion is that it is crucial to include radiation effects for obtaining realistic predictions ofdoi:10.13182/fst89-a39769 fatcat:vclzasaohfd55hg2kmgf5ixtci