Fusion Around the World
In a major milestone for the ITER magnet procurement program China has successfully completed the first manufactured component of the feeder package: the cryostat feedthrough for poloidal field coil #4.
The Plasma Science and Fusion Center explores a new recipe for heating plasma.
One of the most visual elements of the ITER construction site is the bioshield of the Tokamak complex, where the ITER machine will be located.
Giant magnets used for nuclear fusion weigh almost as much as 747 jet plane.
Produces 100 second steady state high performance plasma.
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