Students have researching topics about analytical techniques and control methods of hydrogen isotopes as fuel sources in the fusion reactors, such as 1)Wall conditioning methods on plasma-facing materials in ITER and DEMO, 2) Quantitative analyses of retained hydrogen isotopes in the fusion reactor with the remote handling environment, and 3) the relationship between irradiation damages by plasma exposures and hydrogen isotopes on the walls. In addition, support for researching experiences in another institute/university can be obtained.
|Course||Division of Fusion System|
|Affiliation||Fusion Systems Research Division|
|Degree||Doctor of Philosophy|
|Works||-N. Ashikawa, Y. Torikai, N. Asakura, T. Otsuka, A. Widdowson, M. Rubel, M. Oyaizu, M. Hara, S. Masuzaki, K. Isobe, Y. Hatano, K. Heinola, A. Baron-Wiechec, S. Jachmich, T. Hayashi and JET Contributors, “Determination of retained tritium from ILW dust particles in JET”, Nuclear materials and energy 22 (2020) 100673.
-N.Ashikawa, K. Sugiyama, A. Manhard, M. Balden, W.Jacob, “Effects of surface modifications on deuterium retention in F82H and EUROFER exposed to low-energy deuterium plasmas”, Fusion Engineering and Design, vol.112, (2016) pp.236.
-N.Ashikawa, S.H. Hong, Y.Hamaji, Y. Torikai, Y. Ueda, K. Nishimura, the LHD experiment group, “Structural Analysis of Carbon Co-Deposited Layer in LHD”, Journal of Plasma and Fusion Research SERIES, Vol.11, (2015) pp.015.
|Responsible course||Special Lecture: " Exercise for the material processing and analysis (Basic exercise on physics and engineering Ⅱ) "|