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    H. Zhang, J. Sun, Y. Wang, Thomas Stirner, A. Hamid, C. Sang

    Study of lattice thermal conductivity of tungsten containing bubbles by molecular dynamics simulation

    Fusion Engineering and Design, vol. 161, no. December

    2020

    DOI: 10.1016/j.fusengdes.2020.112004

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    Exposed to high fluxes of helium/hydrogen isotope particles and heat, tungsten divertor plates will suffer damage thus degrading its performance such as its thermal conductivity. This paper presents a study on the effect of bubbles on the lattice thermal conductivity of tungsten at the atomic level using molecular dynamics simulations. The present study finds that empty bubbles in tungsten lead to a decrease in the lattice thermal conductivity of tungsten. Furthermore, He/D filled bubbles aggravate this decrease. The physical origin of this behavior is discussed. It is also found that the decrease in lattice thermal conductivity depends strongly on both the impurity density in the bubbles and the bubble size.

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    S. Liu, S. Dai, C. Sang, J. Sun, Thomas Stirner, D. Wang

    Molecular dynamics simulation of the formation, growth and bursting of bubbles in tungsten exposed to high fluxes of low energy deuterium

    Journal of Nuclear Materials - PLASMA-SURFACE INTERACTIONS 21 — Proceedings of the 21st International Conference on Plasma-Surface Interactions in Controlled Fusion Devices Kanazawa, Japan, May 26-30, 2014, vol. 463, no. August, pp. 363-366

    2015

    DOI: 10.1016/j.jnucmat.2014.12.060

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    Molecular dynamics simulations are carried out to investigate the formation, growth and bursting of bubbles in tungsten exposed to the irradiation of an extremely high deuterium flux. It is found that the bubbles form in the region near the location of the implanted ion distribution peaks, and that the effect of the substrate temperature on the bubble formation depth is negligible; it is also found that the percentage of deuterium that is found in D2 molecules increases as the bubble grows, and that the evolution of the bubble’s internal pressure is strongly associated with the properties of its surrounding structure. The simulations display the development of a dome-shaped structure at the tungsten surface during the bubble growth. The merging of two deuterium bubbles is also observed. The present simulations also show that the bubble bursts by generating a partially opened lid, which has already been observed in previous independent experiments.

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    J. Sun, C. Sang, Thomas Stirner

    Characteristics of plasma immersion ion implantation with a nanosecond rise-time pulse: particle-in-cell simulations

    Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics, vol. 43

    2010

    DOI: 10.1088/0022-3727/43/27/275201

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    Processes of plasma immersion ion implantation are analyszed numerically using a one-dimension-in-space and three-dimension-in-velocity particle-in-cell plus Monte Carlo collision (1D3V PIC–MCC) model. The behaviour of ions and electrons between the processed target and the source plasma is simulated after a nanosecond rise-time voltage pulse is applied to the target. The simulation results show that electron–neutral ionization collisions play a significant role in determining the magnitudes of the ion and electron densities when the pulse rise time is very short, and that the plasma density can be enhanced many times. The physical mechanism for this phenomenon is explained in terms of the formation of a reverse electric field inside the plasma chamber.