Interface integrity and residual stresses in fusion divertor assemblies

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Nuclear fusion reactors based on the tokamak design rely on the divertor to extract heat and impurities from the plasma. This divertor is typically designed using a combination of tungsten tiles, to handle the high heat load of the plasma facing, and a precipitation-hardened copper alloy tube, to transport the coolant. In the UKAEA design, the tube and a set of tiles are brazed together to form a test assembly, which will be exposed to...
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