Hi all, I've been given an assignment to calculate the temperature increase of the fusion reactor walls in some theoretical event. It is a 30keV plasma energy in which the heat of the entire plamsa is instantaneously dropped on the wall. I can calculate volume of the wall and have the given density as well as specific heat. My approach: Cp = specific heat (J/kg*K) = 460 rho = density (kg/m3) = 7600 V = volume (m3) = 29.61 P = plasma energy (eV) = 30,000 and q is conversion of eV to J (1.602x10-19) T increase = (P * q) / (Cp * rho * V) I end up some ridiculously low # of x10-24 degree celcius (or K) increase. I know that these are using very little mass at any given time, but with a plasma temperature of ~3X108 I expected some reasonable value. Is what I am doing correct or am I way out in left field with my thinking? Appreciate the help.