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Manufacturing and delivery of in-sleeve supports for 55.C4 + 55.G8 diagnostic subsytems

In-sleeve support for 55.C4 + 55.G8 diagnostic subsytems.
In-sleeve support for 55.C4 + 55.G8 diagnostic subsytems.

We have manufactured - according to strictest ITER requirements - two in-sleeve supports for 55.C4 + 55.G8 diagnostic subsytems. This included the construction of two stainless steel in-sleeve support structures for 55.C4 +55.G8 transmission lines. The transmission lines cross the Tokamak building external walls at B1 level. The support and the transmission lines are installed by inserting the support through the rectangular sleeve pre-installed in the open and back filled.

The transmission lines comprise four rectangular stainless steel pipes with 200x100mm section, running from tokamak to diagnostic building.

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Installed supports
Components installed!
[28 June 2022] After the delivery of the two stainless steel structures, manufactured by GEMS Engineering, the first ever Hungarian ITER components have finally been installed into the machine. These structures are part of two key diagnostic systems of the machine - the divertor Thompon scattering and the erosion deposition monitor. From these two the EDM is the first diagnostic system of ITER which is being designed and will be manufactured completely by Hungarian companies.

Major references

GEMS Engineering is deeply involved in and fully devoted to the success of the ITER project. As a result, our main reference works are in connection with ITER, and - more closely - to its diagnostic systems.

The ITER device, currently under construction in the south of France, will study the potential of controlled nuclear fusion to provide energy for mankind. In order to study the behaviour of this device, a set of monitoring systems (referred to as Diagnostics) is required. These Diagnostics will provide the information required to understand the performance of the device.

Infrastructure development for in-vessel diagnostic signal transmission
Infrastructure development for in-vessel diagnostic signal transmission
The Erosion Deposition Monitor under the divertor dome in ITER
The Erosion Deposition Monitor under the divertor dome in ITER
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