The receiver calorimeter (RC) is one of the main elements of the beam path of an atomic beam injector with ballistic focusing. A water-cooled RC developed for an injector of a focused beam of fast deuterium atoms with a beam power of more than 1 MW and pulse duration of 2 s  installed at the variable configuration tokamak (TCV) in Lausanne (Switzerland) is considered. The design of the RC includes receiving plates with liquid flow swirlers installed in them to enhance heat transfer and pipe-in-pipe collectors of water inlet and water outlet that provide the movement into a vacuum. These technical solutions made it possible to achieve good energy efficiency of the device with very small overall dimensions and mass flow of the coolant. The design of the main elements of the calorimeter is described. The results of simulation of the coolant flow and heat transfer and some experimental data are presented.
|Журнал||Physics of Atomic Nuclei|
|Состояние||Опубликовано - дек. 2022|
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