Published: Jan 2001
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The use of a high-chromium martensitic steel for first wall and blanket structural component applications in a fusion reactor will require joining by welding or brazing. It is also envisaged that the construction and heat treatment of such large and complex structures cannot be carried out entirely in the fabrication shop and that some field erection will be necessary.