fusion reactor


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Synonyms for fusion reactor

a nuclear reactor that uses controlled nuclear fusion to generate energy

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A theory of nuclear reactions that was long abandoned may not only be right, but may mean that certain kinds of fusion reactors would be more efficient than people hoped.
Fusion reactors are perfectly legal in the US and pose no radioactive threat.
ENGINEERS and scientists at research institutions around Europe have received more than 60 million [euro] to plan and design the world's first laser nuclear fusion reactor.
This broader approach involves the two partners working together on three large-scale research projects, all of which are designed to work in tandem with the International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor (ITER) project aimed at developing an experimental fusion reactor in Cadarache, France.
Researchers will try to reach at least 10 million watts before the TFTR is shut down and dismantled, an operation scheduled to start at the end of September to make way for an advanced fusion reactor known as the Tokamak Physics Experiment.
For the most part these are aimed at treating actinide wastes or putting both a fission and fusion reactor in a single facility.
A VITAL component of the Iter experimental fusion reactor has successfully passed its testing phase in Japan.
This allows the European Commission to go ahead with the signing of the international treaty setting up the organisation that will be responsible for constructing and operating the ITER experimental fusion reactor. The ITER treaty has a duration of 35 years, and will enter into force once ratified by all the partners involved - namely the EU, the USA, South Korea, India, China, Japan and Russia.
The international agreement on ITER will be initialed on 24 May by ministers from the seven partners involved in the experimental international nuclear fusion reactor (the EU, China, South Korea, the United States, India, Japan and Russia).
The international agreement on ITER will be initialled on 24 May by ministers from the seven partners involved in the experimental international nuclear fusion reactor (the EU, China, South Korea, the United States, India, Japan and Russia).
to identify and develop a robust compact fusion reactor design capable of demonstrating net electricity and seeking to minimise the capital cost,
He also proposed to make a nuclear fusion reactor for peaceful applications using spherical electrostatic grids to accelerate and confine plasma.
The technology has also been put forward to be used by the Iter experimental fusion reactor being built in the south of France.
In subsequent tests, they raised the fusion reactor's output to more than 5 million watts.
THE US is stalling on paying its contribution to the Iter experimental fusion reactor project, putting the project's continuation at risk.