These two datasets comprise the Rutherford backscattering spectrometry results from the last global migration experiment in TEXTOR by MoF6 injection. The materials assessed with this technique were molybdenum, tungsten and ferritic metals (heaviest component: Ni or Cu - denoted "Ni" in the dataset). The data gives information about these materials deposited on the tokamak limiters, in 1E15/cm2 or ppm, at positions denoted in degrees (torus coordinate system). Details are given in the .txt file "column_names", as well as in the header comments of the Excel sheets.
Figures of the paper and SEM images for the figure 3. The filenames of SEM images for fig.3 were constructed with consecutive number and location name. The locations of each images taken were determined by SEM images with low magnification with filename "locations.png". plot.dat is a file contains the raw values of average size and hole density of each images. "macro_a.ijm" is a macro file for imageJ software.
The manuscript “On the effects of different regimes of plasma pulses affecting the material due to their succession” is based on the analysis of this data. The study focused on how the combined effects of different irradiation regimes influence the damage development in pure tungsten. It was carried out using measurements of electrical conductivity, scanning electron microscopy analysis for obtaining images for the analysis of surface and bulk damages, and micro-hardness measurements.
Keywords: electrical conductivity; tungsten; plasma facing materials; PFC, non-destructive testing; the order of succession of plasma pulses