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Schlatter, Christian; Ryser, Peter Presented at: Eurosensors 2016, Budapest (HU), 4-7.9.2016 Published in: Procedia Engineering (ISSN: 1877-7058), vol. 168, p. 646-649 Series: Procedia Engineering Amsterdam: Elsevier, 2016

The present contribution gives an overview of our work on non-conventional magnetic coil sensors for diagnostics and plasma stability control of nuclear fusion experiments in tokamaks. Instead of wire wound around a core, these devices consist of printed conductor wire coils on ceramic substrates, and are based on LTCC (low-temperature co-fired ceramic) and thick-film technology, which allow creation of monolithic multilayer coils with excellent stability. For 3D sensing, an innovative modular design combining LTCC coils and an alumina base has been developed. Finally, the important aspects of integration, manufacturing, mounting and interconnection are discussed.

Keywords: couches épaisses ; thick-film technology ; LTCC ; céramique co-cuite à basse température ; low-temperature cofired ceramic ; tokamak ; fusion nucléaire ; nuclear fusion ; capteur magnétique ; magnetic sensor ; packaging ; environnements sévères ; harsh environments Note: Invited Eurosensors Fellow presentation, Eurosensors XXX, Budapest (HU) Reference EPFL-CONF-221113doi:10.1016/j.proeng.2016.11.235View record in Web of Science





Autor: Maeder, Thomas; Jacq, Caroline; Testa, Duccio; Toussaint, Matthieu; Stöck, Martin; Corne, Adrien; Güniat, Lucas; Ellenrieder, Be

Fuente: https://infoscience.epfl.ch/record/221113?ln=en







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