Body, Thomas; Cousens, Samuel; Kirby, Juliet; Corr, Cormac
Nitrogen impurity seeding is a promising technique for increasing the radiative power dissipation
rate in the edge plasma of a fusion device. It will be required in future fusion devices such as ITER
to reduce the directed heat flux on the divertor strike-points to within erosion limits. However,
chemical reactions between nitrogen and fuel isotopes may complicate tritium control measures by
increasing in-vessel retention and impacting the gas-handling plant. To gain insight into...[Show more]
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