Publication
Title
Diagnostic mirrors with transparent protection layer for ITER
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Abstract
Fast degradation of in-vessel optics is one of the most serious problems for all optical diagnostics in ITER. To provide the resistance to mechanical and thermal stresses along with a high stability of optical characteristics under deposition-dominated conditions we suggest using high-reflective metallic (Ag or Al) film mirrors coated on silicon substrate and protected with thin oxide film in the divertor Thomson Scattering (TS) diagnostics. The mirrors coated with Al2O3 and ZrO2 films were tested under irradiation by deuterium ions. The experimental results on the oxide films sputtering are discussed in the context of their applicability for the first mirror protection in ITER.
Language
English
Source (journal)
Fusion engineering and design. - Amsterdam
Publication
2011
Lausanne : Elsevier science sa
Amsterdam
ISSN
0920-3796
Volume/pages
86:6-8(2011), p. 1341-1344
ISI
000297426500203
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UAntwerpen
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Last edited 23.06.2017
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