The US is responsible for 100% of the design, engineering, and procurement of the Tokamak Cooling Water System (TCWS).
ITER’s fusion power will reach 500 MW during the deuterium-tritium inductive plasma operation. Heat will be transferred by the Tokamak Cooling Water System from client systems to the environment through the secondary cooling system. TCWS is designed to cool client systems, such as the first-wall/blanket, vacuum vessel, divertor, and neutral beam injector. Additional operations include baking of in-vessel components, chemical control of water provided to client systems, draining and drying for maintenance, and leak detection/localization.
For more information, contact:
Kyle Wooley - Central Solenoid Magnet and Tokamak Cooling Water System Team Leader - US ITER Project Office
firstname.lastname@example.org | 865-241-4329
- Vacuum Auxiliary and Roughing Pumps Systems
- Steady State Electrical Network
- Central Solenoid
- Toroidal Field Conductor
- Ion Cyclotron Heating Transmission Lines
- Instrumentation and Controls
- Pellet Inject (Fueling) System
- Tokamak Exhaust Processing System
- Electron Cyclotron Heating Transmission Lines
- Disruption Mitigation System