The objective of the Symposium on Fusion Technology (SOFT) conference is to set the stage for the exchange of information on the design, construction, and operation of fusion experiments and the technology which is being developed for the next-step devices and for fusion reactors. These proceedings therefore present an up-to-date and throrough review of the state-of-the art in this dynamic field.
Preface. Invited Papers: The role of the associations in the European fusion programme (K. Pinkau). Towards a greater involvement of industry in the Community fusion programme (F. Fuster Jaume). Tokamak Fusion Test Reactor D-T results (D.M. Meade). Recent progress in JT-60U experiments (Y. Neyatani). Recent results from the DIII-D tokamak and implications for future devices (J. Luxon). JET with a pumped divertor: design, construction, commissioning and first operation (E. Bertolini). JET relevance to ITER, new trends and initial results (J. Jacquinot). ITER: the first experimental fusion reactor (P.-H. Rebut). Progress in the design of in-vessel components for ITER (R. Parker, W.B. Gauster). Model coil development and testing for ITER (B. Montgomery, K. Okuno, A. Torossian, T. Trokhachev, H. Tsuji). Advanced electron cyclotron heating systems for next-step fusion experiments (M. Thumm). Analyses performed within the European Safety and Environmental Assessment of Fusion Power (SEAFP) (I. Cook). The 14 MeV neutron source for the development of fusion reactor materials (P. Schiller).
Sections: I. First Wall, Divertor and Vacuum Systems. II. Plasma Heating and Control. III. Experimental Systems. IV. Magnets and Power Supplies. V. Fuel Cycle and Tritium Processing Systems. VI. Blanket Technology/Materials. VII. Remote Handling. VIII. Safety and Environment, Reactor Studies.
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- © North Holland 1995
- 23rd June 1995
- North Holland
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Kernforschungszentrum Karlsruhe, Karlsruhe, Germany