|کد مقاله||کد نشریه||سال انتشار||مقاله انگلیسی||ترجمه فارسی||نسخه تمام متن|
|4921173||1362942||2017||4 صفحه PDF||سفارش دهید||دانلود کنید|
- The emissivity of tungsten coatings deposited on carbon substrates such as CFC and fine grain graphite was measured at the wavelengths of 1.064Â Î¼m, 1.75Â Î¼m, 3.75Â Î¼m and 4.0Â Î¼m in the temperature range of 400Â Â°C-1200Â Â°C.
- The emissivity of other materials of interest for nuclear fusion such as tungsten and beryllium was measured as well.
- The influence of substrate structure and of the viewing angle on the emissivity of W coatings was investigated in detail.
Tungsten coatings deposited on carbon materials such as carbon fiber composite (CFC) or fine grain graphite are currently used in fusion devices as amour for plasma facing components (PFC). More than 4000 carbon tiles were W-coated by Combined Magnetron Sputtering and Ion Implantation technology for the ITER-like Wall at JET, ASDEX Upgrade and WEST tokamaks.The emissivity of W coatings is a key parameter required by protection systems of the W-coated PFC and also by the diagnostic tools in order to get correct values of temperature and heat loading. The emissivity of tungsten is rather well known, but the literature data refer to bulk tungsten or tungsten foils and not to coatings deposited on carbon materials. The emissivity was measured at the wavelengths of 1.064Â Î¼m, 1.75Â Î¼m, 3.75Â Î¼m and 4.0Â Î¼m.It was found that the structure of the substrate has a significant influence on the emissivity values. The temperature dependence of the emissivity in the range of 400Â Â°C-1200Â Â°C and the influence of the viewing angle were investigated as well. The results are given in a table for W coatings and for other materials of interest for fusion such as bulk W and bulk Be.
Journal: Fusion Engineering and Design - Volume 114, January 2017, Pages 192-195