The DEMOnstration fusion power plant (DEMO) will be the first fusion reactor, which is intended to generate net electrical power. For successful operation of DEMO, high-power gyrotrons with operating frequencies up to 240 GHz are required for plasma heating and stabilization. In this work, a systematic feasibility study and tolerance analysis are performed for the conventional-type hollow-cavity DEMO gyrotrons. The various approaches are also suggested to identify its operational limits.
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Kalaria, P. 2017. Feasibility and Operational Limits for a 236 GHz Hollow-Cavity Gyrotron for DEMO. Karlsruhe: KIT Scientific Publishing. DOI: https://doi.org/10.5445/KSP/1000073581
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