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MAGNETIC FUSION
Primer
Overviews

Magnetic Fusion Library: Technical

Reports
Lectures


FUSION LIBRARY
Fusion Energy
Fusion picLinks

SUB LIBRARIES
Hybrids
Laser Fusion
Magnetic Fusion
Small Fusion



MAGNETIC FUSION LIBRARY:
LOBBY

Magnetic Fusion has narrowed to a single large project, ITER, which will make great contributions to all the necessary technologies but dominates the funding picture. This site maintains discussion of all the other options as well.

The picLinks on the right are numbered for the articles in the sections, lowing you to retreat to basics or press on.

The Overviews introduce the topics. There is no paper here on Princeton's last Stellarator. Lyman Spitzer invented the machine in the 1960s in response to a spurious claim that Argentina had cracked the fusion energy problem. The concept is still alive and well in Germany.


The Reports and Lectures go much deeper into the technologies and are based on professional presentations. The Reports link shows a picture of T_3, the first Russian Tokamak to break through to 10 million degrees.

The Lectures link shows a computer simulation of the fine scale turbulence which still dominates plasma losses in the large Tokamaks.

Most of the current progress in Fusion lies in the lab reports and journal articles. We would appreciate summaries of the important steps being made. New reports and publications can be accepted through the
Rapid Publishing service on EfN Square.

Further services are in development for this Sub-Library.

















MAGNETIC FUSION BASICS
JET chamber inputs
Magnetic Fusion Primer:
JET inside.
Princeton
Princeton's last Stellarator
Overviews
MAGNETIC FUSION LIBRARY
T-3: Original Tokamak
Technical Reports
Waltz on Tokamak Turbulence
Technical Lectures