Jochen Linke mainly investigates Tungsten, Divertor, Nuclear engineering, Plasma and Composite material. His research in Tungsten intersects with topics in Thermal shock, Microstructure, Recrystallization and Pulse duration. The concepts of his Nuclear engineering study are interwoven with issues in Tokamak, Armour, Neutron, Nuclear fusion and Fusion power.
His Tokamak research includes elements of Beryllium and Atomic physics. His Plasma study deals with Thermal intersecting with Thermonuclear fusion. His Composite material research integrates issues from Range and Copper.
Jochen Linke focuses on Tungsten, Plasma, Composite material, Divertor and Nuclear engineering. In his study, Helium is strongly linked to Irradiation, which falls under the umbrella field of Tungsten. His Plasma study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Mechanics and Analytical chemistry.
His studies deal with areas such as Thermal and Cathode ray as well as Composite material. His study in Divertor is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Armour, Nuclear fusion, Brazing, Heat sink and Tile. His Nuclear engineering research focuses on Beryllium and how it relates to Flux and Thermal conductivity.
His primary areas of study are Tungsten, Plasma, Nuclear engineering, Composite material and Divertor. The various areas that he examines in his Tungsten study include Thermal shock, Thermal, Irradiation and Particle. His Thermonuclear fusion and Dense plasma focus study in the realm of Plasma interacts with subjects such as Environmental science and Heat load.
Jochen Linke has included themes like Beryllium, Tokamak, Neutron, Fusion power and Transient in his Nuclear engineering study. His Composite material research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Plasma-facing material, Heat flux and Pulse duration. His Divertor study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Armour, Nuclear fusion, Recrystallization, Jet and Forensic engineering.
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Materials for the plasma-facing components of fusion reactors
H. Bolt;V. Barabash;W. Krauss;J. Linke.
Journal of Nuclear Materials (2004)
Recent progress in research on tungsten materials for nuclear fusion applications in Europe
M. Rieth;S. L. Dudarev;S. M. Gonzalez De Vicente;J. Aktaa.
Journal of Nuclear Materials (2013)
Plasma facing and high heat flux materials-needs for ITER and beyond
H. Bolt;V. Barabash;G. Federici;J. Linke.
Journal of Nuclear Materials (2002)
Principal Physics Developments Evaluated in the ITER Design Review
R. J. Hawryluk;D. J. Campbell;G. Janeschitz;P. R. Thomas.
Nuclear Fusion (2009)
Use of Tungsten Material for the ITER Divertor
T. Hirai;S. Panayotis;V. Barabash;C. Amzallag.
Nuclear materials and energy (2016)
Research status and issues of tungsten plasma facing materials for ITER and beyond
Y. Ueda;J.W. Coenen;G. De Temmerman;R.P. Doerner.
Fusion Engineering and Design (2014)
Cracking failure study of ITER-reference tungsten grade under single pulse thermal shock loads at elevated temperatures
T. Hirai;G. Pintsuk;J. Linke;M. Batilliot.
Journal of Nuclear Materials (2009)
Review on the EFDA programme on tungsten materials technology and science
M. Rieth;J.L. Boutard;S.L. Dudarev;T. Ahlgren.
Journal of Nuclear Materials (2011)
Effects of ELMs on ITER divertor armour materials
A. Zhitlukhin;N. Klimov;I. Landman;J. Linke.
Journal of Nuclear Materials (2007)
Overview of the JET results in support to ITER
X. Litaudon;S. Abduallev;M. Abhangi;P. Abreu.
Nuclear Fusion (2017)
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