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The Max Planck Institute for Plasma Physics has completed the world's largest nuclear-fusion reactor a stellarator with a 52 foot diameter. It's called the & may be able to sustain much longer pulses than a tokamak reactor. Nuclear Technology, Nuclear Physics, Theoretical Physics, Quantum Physics, Science And Technology, Nuclear Engineering, Fusion Nucléaire, Cold Fusion, Science Fiction

Mind-bogging Reactor might save Nuclear Fusion | wordlessTech

Mind-bogging Wendelstein 7-X reactor designed by a supercomputer, a device known as a stellarator, might save Nuclear Fusion. Watch the time lapse of the…

How a magnetic plasma donut creates fusion. – Rolf DeDog How a magnetic plasma donut creates fusion. How a magnetic plasma donut creates fusion. Theoretical Physics, Quantum Physics, Nuclear Physics, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Fusion Nucléaire, Nuclear Energy, Ex Machina, Quantum Mechanics

minitex.ru | На каком году службы начинают выплачивать надбавку на выслогу лет

На каком году службы начинают выплачивать надбавку на выслогу лет

4 New Ways to Solve the Energy Challenge Nuclear Technology, Nuclear Physics, Energy Technology, Science And Technology, Nuclear Energy, Nuclear Power, Cold Fusion, Science Fiction, Sun Power

4 New Ways to Solve the Energy Challenge

In labs around the globe, scientists are working on radical technologies, from 500-mile car batteries to solar space farms.

Jamie Edwards 13 is youngest person to achieve nuclear fusion . Nuclear Engineering, Nuclear Technology, Nuclear Physics, Science And Technology, Technology Humor, Physical Science, Science Education, Science Experiments, Physics And Mathematics

13-year-old becomes youngest in the world to build a NUCLEAR REACTOR

When 13-year-old Jamie Edwards from Preston told his headmaster of his plan to build a nuclear reactor in a classroom, the obvious question was: ‘Will it blow the school up?’

Why Einstein's theory of gravity has become the most important task for physicists after a century - timesofindia-economictimes Theoretical Physics, Physics And Mathematics, Quantum Physics, Physics For Beginners, Physics Theories, Theory Of Gravity, Quantum World, Physics Formulas, Theory Of Relativity

Why Einstein's theory of gravity has become the most important task for physicists after a century

In the next few decades, finishing what Einstein began may turn out to be the most important event in science for a long time.

The Sun’s Energy Doesn't Come From Fusing Hydrogen Into Helium (Mostly): It does undergo nuclear fusion, but there are more reactions and more energy released from reactions other than H → He. Nuclear Engineering, Nuclear Technology, Nuclear Physics, Quantum Physics, Physics 101, Nuclear Reaction, Physics Formulas, Hydrogen Gas, Math Quotes

The Sun’s Energy Doesn’t Come From Fusing Hydrogen Into Helium (Mostly)

If you start with a mass of hydrogen gas and bring it together under its own gravity, it will eventually contract once it radiates enough heat away. Bring a few million (or more) Earth masses’ worth…

A tokamak (Russian: токамак) is a device using a magnetic field to confine a plasma in the shape of a torus. Achieving a stable plasma equilibrium requires magnetic field lines that move around the torus in a helical shape. Reactor Arc, Iron Man Arc Reactor, Nuclear Technology, Science And Technology, Tesla Technology, Theoretical Physics, Quantum Physics, Nuclear Energy, Nuclear Power

A stellarator is a device used to confine hot plasma with magnetic fields in order to sustain a controlled nuclear fusion reaction.

HEY ABBOTT>> Terrapower is pushing ahead with a reactor design that uses a nearly inexhaustible fuel source. By Kevin Bullis on July 2011 / Will this be better than a thorium or fusion reactor would be? Nuclear Energy, Nuclear Power, Engineering Technology, Science And Technology, Nuclear Technology, Physics And Mathematics, Physics 101, Physics Jokes, Nuclear Reactor

Advanced Reactor Gets Closer to Reality

Terrapower is pushing ahead with a reactor design that uses a nearly inexhaustible fuel source.

For years, scientists have been trying to build a nuclear fusion reactor capable of generating almost limitless clean energy. The experimental ITER fusion reactor, which is currently under construction in France, might be our best shot yet at… Nuclear Technology, Engineering Technology, Science And Technology, Science News, Energy Technology, Fukushima, Sistema Solar, Durham University, Energy Crisis

When you wish upon a star: nuclear fusion and the promise of a brighter future

When you wish upon a star: nuclear fusion and the promise of a brighter tomorrow | Energy research | The Guardian

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Vacuum Vessel

The ITER experiments will take place inside the vacuum vessel, a hermetically sealed steel container that houses the fusion reactions and acts as a first safety containment barrier. In its doughnut-shaped chamber, or torus, the plasma particles spiral around continuously without touching the walls. The vacuum vessel provides a high-vacuum environment for the plasma, improves radiation shielding and plasma stability, acts as the primary confinement barrier for radioactivity, and provides…

Render of what the ITER Tokamak fusion reactor should look like when finished : MachinePorn Nuclear Physics, Physics 101, Nuclear Energy, Nuclear Power, Science And Nature, Science And Technology, Nuclear Technology, Experiment, Engineering

ITER - world’s most complex machine takes shape | wordlessTech

Construction of the $24 billion International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor (ITER), in southern France, takes shape. ITER, the ‘world’s most complex…

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