Physical Processes of the Interaction of Fusion Plasmas with Solids
This volume looks at the problems associated with plasma-surface interactions in fusion devices. Aimed at the specialized international fusion community, it covers developments occurring with the advent of the larger fusion plasma devices that have demonstrated near break-even energy. Topics covered include: the edge plasma; physical sputtering and radiation-enhanced sublimation; chemical erosion; electron emission from solids; control of plasma-surface interactions by thin films; thermal stability; radiation damage in metallic structural materials; radiation damage in carbon materials.
- Hardback | 384 pages
- 156 x 235 x 24mm | 699g
- 01 Apr 1996
- Elsevier Science Publishing Co Inc
- Academic Press Inc
- San Diego, United States
- illustrations, references, index
Table of contents
The edge plasma, D. Reiter; wall effects on particle recycling in tokamaks, J.K. Ehrenberg; physical sputtering and radiation-enhanced sublimation, W. Eckstein and V. Philipps; chemical erosion, E. Vietzke and A.A. Haasz; electron emission from solids, J. Schou; control of plasma-surface interactions by thin films, J. Winter; interaction of pellets with hot plasmas, K.H. Finken and W.O. Hofer; thermal stability, J. Linke and H. Bolt; radiation damage in metallic structural materials, H. Ullmaier and H. Trinkaus; radiation damage in carbon materials, T.D. Burchell.