As part of the design justification of the ITER magnet system and in preparation of the commissioning activities, the heat deposition on the ITER cold structures has been computed in order to generate input loads for subsequent thermo-hydraulic analyses, which are essential for the assessment of the temperature margins of the superconducting cables. The Finite Element model of a 40 degree sector of the ITER magnet system presented in  has been updated, including Poloidal Field (PF) coils clamps and Correction Coils (CC) supports. A new inductive plasma scenario (DINA-2017) as well as the Toroidal Field (TF) coils fast discharge have been simulated with the electromagnetic code CARIDDI. The results are in line with the old computations. In addition to these events, the effects of the voltage ripple generated on the TF coils by the power supply have been analyzed and the induced eddy currents assessed.
 F. Cau et al., “Joule Losses in the ITER Cold Structures During Plasma Transients”, IEEE Transactions on Applied Superconductivity, vol. 26, no. 4, Apr. 2016.