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By C. Varandas and F. Serra (Eds.)

The target of those court cases used to be to supply a platform for the trade of knowledge at the layout, building and operation of fusion experiments. The know-how that's being constructed for the next move units and fusion reactors was once additionally covered.

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The technology for the cutting and welding required for module replacement is under development in the Japanese Home Team. R. Parker / Fusion Engineering and Design 36 (1997) 33-48 250 [ ^ * 71 ^fiz£W 200 h £ a» 150 a loo 1 i i 90min i » 1 50 I- L^^^^^MHMMMfcMMMH^A^^^M^MMMMMtHMM^^^MMMMMÉM^MMahH^H^^^^H^MJ (b) -1000 -600 -200 200 600 1000 z [mm] Fig. 5. (a) Distortion of number 4 module (refer to Fig. 5 MN m - ] acting on the right (left) side of the module. 5 mm. (b) Tresca stress in the weld vs.

R. Parker / Fusion Engineering and Design 36 (1997) 33-48 of the damaged module. The module is prepared for removal by cutting the pipe connections to the manifolds and, for a welded attachment, cutting the bosses attaching the module to the backplate. These operations are carried out respectively by pipe cutting tools inserted into the manifolds and by additional cutting tools (plasma torches) which move poloidally on each side of the module through the rectangular RH shaft formed between the backplate and two adjacent modules (Fig.

Home Teams of the four ITER participants are responsible for R&D activities and have also been key contributors to analysis. The disclaimer contained in ITER Publications Procedures SACPP 1 93-10-12W2 applies to this paper. References [1] R. Aymar, ITER Project, A Physics and Technology Experiment, Proc. , Montreal, October, 1996, in press. [2] C. , The mechanical structure for the ITER magnet system, Proceedings of the 19th Symposium on Fusion Technology, Lisbon, 1996, Elsevier, Amsterdam, 1997.

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