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Co-deposited layer characterisation and removal control by opticam emission spectroscopy coupled to nano-second laser ablation

Abstract : Optical emission spectroscopy coupled with laser ablation has been used to characterise plasma facing components. First results of feasibility studies have shown that specific lines of metallic impurities can be used to discriminate co-deposited layer from substrate (graphite). Recording these lines shot by shot allows to follow in real-time co-deposited layer removal and to evaluate co-deposited layer thickness. It is also possible to evaluate, with this technique, impurity profiles versus depth. Furthermore, last experiments have permitted to record a Hydrogen line indicating that such a technique could be implemented in-situ, in a tokamak, to localise and quantify tritium retention.
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F. Le Guern, F. Brygo, P. Fichet, E. Gautier, C. Hubert, et al.. Co-deposited layer characterisation and removal control by opticam emission spectroscopy coupled to nano-second laser ablation. Fusion Engineering and Design, 2006, 81, ⟨10.1016/j.fusengdes.2005.09.081⟩. ⟨cea-02355759⟩

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