GROG

Is Fusion Nuclear Institute cluster with 6 computers, in total 48 processors, is used to perform calculations in parallel, so that the code efficiency is greatly increased. Each processor has 16 Gbytes of RAM, a storage memory of 4 Tbytes. The operating system is Linux, is equipped with different compilers. Among the codes that are arranged in parallel version are: ARWEN, fluid dynamics code, LAMMPS, simulation code for Molecular Dynamics and SIESTA: Ab initio code. This cluster is used to proof before to run any code in UPM - CESVIMA supercomputer Magerit.

 

SPUTTERING MAGNETRON SYSTEM

The magnetron-based setup consists on a chamber where coating deposition and testing materials with interest in nuclear fusion take place. The setup is equipped with a 2 inches diameter magnetron sputtering source and a pulsed power supply, both developed and manufactured by Nano4energy SLNE [1]. The chamber is connected to a gas inlet system which allows introducing diverse gases such as Ar, He, H, etc, as convenience or a mixture of them.

 

setup1

Setup 1 equipped with three circular (∅=5cm) magmetrons

coaxial

Coaxial magnetron setup to cover the inner surface of pipes or tubes

setup2

Setup 2 equipped with two circular (∅=5cm) and a rectangular (20.0 cm x 7.5cm) magnetrons. Shared with Nano4energy

setup3 2

Setup3 equipped with two rectangular (40cm x 10cm) magnetrons. Shared with Nano4Energy

[1] www.nano-energy.eu

All magnetrons systems are connected to AC, DC and HIPIMS power supplies.

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