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15th IEEE/NPSS Symposium. Fusion Engineering
major tasks involved the removal of accumulated metallic impurities from the surface of the graphite armor tiles. During the latter half of 1992, the DIII-D tokamak at Scanning electron microscope (SEM) photographs of tiles General Atomics (GA) underwent several modifications of its removed from DIII-D revealed that most of the Ni, Cr, and Fe interior. One of the major tasks involved the removal of impurities were within the top 20 laln. of the tile surface. accumulated metallic impurities fromdoi:10.1109/fusion.1993.518533 fatcat:3leagj4irvhypntdwn7msfnpba