Three-dimensional neutronics, activation and shutdown dose rate analyses were performed with MCNP5 Monte Carlo code, FISPACT-II inventory code and Advanced D1S dynamic tool for the design and licensing of Divertor Tokamak Test facility (DTT). Advanced shielding concepts and mitigation strategies have been studied to guarantee sufficient protection of the superconducting coils and to reduce the streaming and the neutron-induced radioactivity. The present nuclear design study provides main outcomes for the loads assessment, shielding and materials requirements and on maintenance strategy and storage of activated components.

Nuclear design of Divertor Tokamak Test (DTT) facility

Villari R.;Angelone M.;Caiffi B.;Crisanti F.;Flammini D.;Fonnesu N.;Marocco D.;Moro F.;Polli G. M.;Sandri S.
2020

Abstract

Three-dimensional neutronics, activation and shutdown dose rate analyses were performed with MCNP5 Monte Carlo code, FISPACT-II inventory code and Advanced D1S dynamic tool for the design and licensing of Divertor Tokamak Test facility (DTT). Advanced shielding concepts and mitigation strategies have been studied to guarantee sufficient protection of the superconducting coils and to reduce the streaming and the neutron-induced radioactivity. The present nuclear design study provides main outcomes for the loads assessment, shielding and materials requirements and on maintenance strategy and storage of activated components.
Activation
Divertor Tokamak Test facility
MCNP
Neutronics
Shielding
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