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Synonyms for fusion reactor

a nuclear reactor that uses controlled nuclear fusion to generate energy

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In the ITER reactor, the blanket system will surround the fusion plasma and convert the fusion power into heat, will breed any fuel that may be needed for sustaining the plasma, and will shield personnel and sensitive components from fusion reaction products.
The first wall, which faces the plasma, will convert part of the fusion power into heat.
It is hoped that ITER will provide critical data to support the technological feasibility of a full-scale fusion power plant in 30 to 50 years.
Dean, are also available from Fusion Power Associates (fusionpwrassoc@aol.
In the preface, EFDA Leader Francesco Romanelli states, "According to the present roadmap, a demonstration fusion power plant (DEMO), producing net electricity for the grid at the level of a few hundred Megawatts is foreseen to start operation in the early 2040s.
Consumer testing among hundreds of men revealed that Gillette Fusion and Fusion Power razors outperform the leading manual and power razors - Gillette MACH3Turbo and M3Power.
The US Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory has announced that it will assist South Korea to design the world's first fusion power demonstration power plant.
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He later headed the physics group for the Tokamak Fusion Test Reactor, which set world records for producing plasma heat and fusion power while operating from 1982 to 1997.
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The 66-page report was summarized at Fusion Power Associates Annual Meeting and Symposium, December 5-6 in Washington, DC (http://fusionpower.
The nearer term goal of ITER is to build a fusion machine that will generate 500 MW of fusion power for 400 seconds or more.
Grant Logan, recently retired from the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, has been selected by Fusion Power Associates Board of Directors to receive FPA's 2012 Distinguished Career Award.
Fusion power has been studied for decades -- $2 billion is being spent on fusion research this year -- but single-bubble, acoustic inertial confinement was first discovered in 1989, by Dr.
Naval Research Laboratory, has been selected by Fusion Power Associates Board of Directors to receive the 2012 FPA Leadership Award.