IFMIF accelerator facility

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The International Fusion Materials Irradiation Facility (IFMIF) Accelerator Facility consists of two 125 mA, 40 MeV cw deuteron linacs which provide beams to the molten lithium Target Facility. The reference design for the Accelerator Facility has evolved through the several stages of the IFMIF program [IFMIF Conceptual Design Activity, Final Report, IFMIF-CDA Team (ed. by M. Martone), ENEA Frascati Report, RT/ERG/FUS/96/11, December 1996; IFMIF Conceptual Design Evaluation Report, IFMIF Team (ed. by A. Mslang), FZK report, FZKA 6199, January 1999; IFMIF KEP Report, IFMIF International Team, JAERI report, JAERI-Tech 2003-2005, March 2003]. A reference design report, with updated technical, cost and schedule information, is in preparation this year, and will be outlined in this paper. © 2004 Published by Elsevier B.V.




Jameson, R. A., Ferdinand, R., Klein, H., Rathke, J., Sredniawski, J., & Sugimoto, M. (2004). IFMIF accelerator facility. In Journal of Nuclear Materials (Vol. 329–333, pp. 193–197).

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