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Should a midsized tokamak be an alternative to ITER?

from American Institute of Physics

A physicist at Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory is proposing a midsize tokamak as either a fast-tracked experiment in support of the International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor or an alternative option to it. In the new journal AIP Advances, Ernesto Mazzucato, asserts that the multinational approval process of ITER presents a risky situation that could slow down the development of nuclear fusion as a viable source of energy. Mazzucato's alternative reactor would operate in a regime of low plasma recycling that existing experiments indicate can lead to improved energy confinement. more


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