Fundamentals of Magnetic Thermonuclear Reactor Design

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  • Author : Vasilij A. Glukhikh
  • Publisher : Woodhead Publishing
  • Pages : 474 pages
  • ISBN : 0081024711
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Download or Read online Fundamentals of Magnetic Thermonuclear Reactor Design full in PDF, ePub and kindle. this book written by Vasilij A. Glukhikh and published by Woodhead Publishing which was released on 21 May 2018 with total page 474 pages. We cannot guarantee that Fundamentals of Magnetic Thermonuclear Reactor Design book is available in the library, click Get Book button and read full online book in your kindle, tablet, IPAD, PC or mobile whenever and wherever You Like. Fundamentals of Magnetic Thermonuclear Reactor Design is a comprehensive resource on fusion technology and energy systems written by renowned scientists and engineers from the Russian nuclear industry. It brings together a wealth of invaluable experience and knowledge on controlled thermonuclear fusion (CTF) facilities with magnetic plasma confinement – from the first semi-commercial tokamak T-3, to the multi-billion international experimental thermonuclear reactor ITER, now in construction in France. As the INTOR and ITER projects have made an immense contribution in the past few decades, this book focuses on its practical engineering aspects and the basics of technical physics and electrical engineering. Users will gain an understanding of the key ratios between plasma and technical parameters, design streamlining algorithms and engineering solutions. Written by a team of qualified experts who have been involved in the design of thermonuclear reactors for over 50 years Outlines the most important features of the ITER project in France which is building the largest tokamak, including the design, material selection, safety and economic considerations Includes data on how to design magnetic fusion reactors using CAD tools, along with relevant regulatory documents

Fundamentals of Magnetic Thermonuclear Reactor Design

Fundamentals of Magnetic Thermonuclear Reactor Design
  • Author : Vasilij A. Glukhikh,Oleg Gennadievich Filatov,Boris Nikolaevich Kolbasov
  • Publisher : Woodhead Publishing
  • Release : 21 May 2018
GET THIS BOOK Fundamentals of Magnetic Thermonuclear Reactor Design

Fundamentals of Magnetic Thermonuclear Reactor Design is a comprehensive resource on fusion technology and energy systems written by renowned scientists and engineers from the Russian nuclear industry. It brings together a wealth of invaluable experience and knowledge on controlled thermonuclear fusion (CTF) facilities with magnetic plasma confinement – from the first semi-commercial tokamak T-3, to the multi-billion international experimental thermonuclear reactor ITER, now in construction in France. As the INTOR and ITER projects have made an immense contribution in the past

Design Technology of Fusion Reactors

Design Technology of Fusion Reactors
  • Author : Minoru Akiyama
  • Publisher : World Scientific
  • Release : 18 May 1991
GET THIS BOOK Design Technology of Fusion Reactors

This book contains the contributions of over 40 outstanding applied physicists from Japan specializing in this area of design technology. Among them are K Miya, S Yamamoto, M Ohnishi, Y Ogawa, Y Sakai, T Kuroda, H Nariai, K Miyazaki, H Madarame, M Saitoh.The topics discussed extensively include: Plasma; First Wall and Impurity Control Engineering; Blanket and Shield; Magnet; Heating; Power Supply; Tritium Systems; Fuel Supply System; Remote Handling; Vacuum System; Building; Cooling System; Fundamentals for Design Technology.

Controlled Nuclear Fusion

Controlled Nuclear Fusion
  • Author : J. Raeder,R. Bunde,W. Danner,R. Klingelhofer,L. Lengyel,F. Leuterer,M. Soll
  • Publisher : John Wiley & Sons Incorporated
  • Release : 18 May 1986
GET THIS BOOK Controlled Nuclear Fusion

Treats not only the physical, but the technological, ecological, and economic basis for using controlled nuclear fusion to produce energy. Topics on the development of fusion are examined without reference to the currently favored magnetic confinement and tokamak lines of fusion research except where problems are specific to them, in the case of a tokamak with deuterium-tritium plasma, for example. Discusses other less developed but potentially promising concepts for the future production of powerful neutron sources.