Fusion Around the World
The load that was delivered on Thursday 5 October contained the first shipment directly connected to one of the most spectacular of all ITER components—the 1,000-tonne central solenoid, a pillar-like magnet standing 18 metres tall at the very core of the machine.
A star performer producing fission-free plasma power.
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.
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