Compact Fusion: Are the Energy Equations About to Change?

Institute for Defense Studies and Analysis Atul Pant | January 10, 2018 Power generation through fusion reaction has been one of the most attractive fields of nuclear research and has consequently seen considerable investment since the middle of the last century. While the world has been awaiting a breakthrough in an affordable and clean power … Read moreCompact Fusion: Are the Energy Equations About to Change?

27th IAEA Fusion Energy Conference (FEC 2018)

IAEA 22–27 October 2018, Ahmedabad, India The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) fosters the exchange of scientific and technical results in nuclear fusion research and development through its series of Fusion Energy Conferences. The 27th IAEA Fusion Energy Conference (FEC 2018) aims to provide a forum for the discussion of key physics and technology issues … Read more27th IAEA Fusion Energy Conference (FEC 2018)

Six postdocs connect tokamak and stellarator

Eurofusion January 3rd 2018 The Max Planck Institute for Plasma Physics (IPP) in Germany offers unique possibilities. It features not one, but two of the most advanced fusion experiments available. The Greifswald branch hosts the stellarator Wendelstein 7-X and the Garching institute operates the tokamak ASDEX Upgrade. Why not make use of the best of … Read moreSix postdocs connect tokamak and stellarator

Leading: Powering up nuclear fusion at Tokamak Energy

Institute of Mechanical Engineers 01 Jan 2018 Jonathan Carling, the new Chief Executive of Tokamak Energy, on moving from luxury cars and engines to nuclear fusion Jonathan Carling, chief executive of Tokamak Energy, which received investment to develop its nuclear fusion technology from the IMechE’s Stephenson Fund (Credit: Tokamak Energy) I was sponsored through university … Read moreLeading: Powering up nuclear fusion at Tokamak Energy

ITER Nuclear Reactor May Be The “Holy Grail” of Limitless Renewable Energy

Futurism by Dom Galeon on December 30, 2017 Not Just More Stable Overcoming a series of setbacks, an international project to build what could be a revolutionary nuclear fusion reactor, which will produce renewable energy, has reached a major milestone. Half of the infrastructure required for the International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor (ITER) project has now … Read moreITER Nuclear Reactor May Be The “Holy Grail” of Limitless Renewable Energy

The long wait for fusion power may be coming to an end

NBC by Tom Metcalfe / Dec.29.2017 Some experts think commercial fusion reactors could begin operation as soon as 2030. Construction is underway at the ITER fusion reactor in southern France on Dec. 5, 2017.ITER Organization/EJF Riche Renewable energy sources like solar and wind account for a growing share of the world’s electric power. That’s no … Read moreThe long wait for fusion power may be coming to an end

Vortex Method of Localization of Thermonuclear Plasma

Journal of Power and Energy Engineering Vol.05 No.12(2017), Article ID:81037,8 pages 10.4236/jpee.2017.512008 By Eugeniy Pavlovich Smirnov Independent Researcher, Moscow, Russia Received: October 19, 2017; Accepted: December 11, 2017; Published: December 14, 2017 Abstract An important task of world energy is to solve the problem of controlled thermonuclear fusion and the information presented in the article … Read moreVortex Method of Localization of Thermonuclear Plasma

Chinese cities vie to harness the energy that powers the sun

South China Morning Post 26 December, 2017 Central government backs plan to build world’s first experimental nuclear fusion power station Chinese scientists install an experimental tokamak reactor at a research facility in Hefei, Anhui province, in February 2006. Photo: EPA At least three Chinese cities are vying to host the world’s first experimental nuclear fusion … Read moreChinese cities vie to harness the energy that powers the sun