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濵地 志憲
Assistant Professor

HAMAJI, Yukinori

Teaching content

The research and development of plasma facing components in fusion reactors are my interests. Divertor and first wall design based on computational analysis is one of the topics. Experimental studies of the performance of these designed components in reactor relevant heat flux conditions are performed in our facilities. For the first wall, self-cooling blanket concepts using liquid metal or molten salt are aimed. Therefore, Magnetohydrodynamics is in our scope. Plasma–material interaction is another subject. Plasma induced surface modification such as crack formation and surface morphology formed by ion irradiation are studied.

Course Division of Fusion System
Affiliation Fusion Systems Research Division
Department High Heat Flux Plasma Facing Materials Research Section
Degree Doctor of Engineering
Works -Y. Hamaji, M. Tokitani, S. Masuzaki, R. Sakamoto, H. Tamura, A. Sagara, “ACT2: a high heat flux test facility using electron beam for fusion application”, Plasma and Fusion Research, 11, (2016) 2405089,

-Y. Hamaji, M. Tokitani, A. Kreter, R. Sakamoto, A. Sagara, H. Tamura, S. Masuzaki, “Influence of thermal shocks on the He induced surface morphology on tungsten”, Nuclear Materials and Energy. 18 (2019) 321–325.

-[1] Y. Hamaji, T. Wada, H.T. Lee, Y. Ohtsuka, Y. Ueda, A. Kreter, V. Philipps, Y. Yamauchi, N. Ashikawa, “Structure of C deposition layers under various deposition conditions”, Fusion Science Technology 63 (2013) 371–373.
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