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A tokamak ( Russian : Токамáк ) is a device that uses a powerful magnetic field to confine plasma in the shape of a torus . The tokamak is one of the several types of magnetic confinement devices being developed to contain the hot plasma needed for producing controlled thermonuclear fusion power . As of 2017 [update] , it is the leading candidate for a practical fusion reactor .

Experimental research of tokamak systems started in 1956 in Kurchatov Institute , Moscow, by a group of Soviet scientists led by Lev Artsimovich . The group constructed the first tokamaks, the most successful of which were the T-3 and its larger version T-4 . T-4 was tested in 1968 in Novosibirsk , conducting the first ever quasistationary thermonuclear fusion reaction. [3]

In 1968, at the third IAEA International Conference on Plasma Physics and Controlled Nuclear Fusion Research at Novosibirsk , Soviet scientists announced that they had achieved electron temperatures of over 1000 eV in a tokamak device. [4] British and American scientists met this news with skepticism since they were far from reaching that benchmark; they remained suspicious until laser scattering tests confirmed the findings the next year. [5]

A tokamak ( Russian : Токамáк ) is a device that uses a powerful magnetic field to confine plasma in the shape of a torus . The tokamak is one of the several types of magnetic confinement devices being developed to contain the hot plasma needed for producing controlled thermonuclear fusion power . As of 2017 [update] , it is the leading candidate for a practical fusion reactor .

Experimental research of tokamak systems started in 1956 in Kurchatov Institute , Moscow, by a group of Soviet scientists led by Lev Artsimovich . The group constructed the first tokamaks, the most successful of which were the T-3 and its larger version T-4 . T-4 was tested in 1968 in Novosibirsk , conducting the first ever quasistationary thermonuclear fusion reaction. [3]

In 1968, at the third IAEA International Conference on Plasma Physics and Controlled Nuclear Fusion Research at Novosibirsk , Soviet scientists announced that they had achieved electron temperatures of over 1000 eV in a tokamak device. [4] British and American scientists met this news with skepticism since they were far from reaching that benchmark; they remained suspicious until laser scattering tests confirmed the findings the next year. [5]

Watch KFSSI Workshops's Keshe Plasma Reactor Group on Livestream.com. Plasma experiments with host Rick Crammond. We show, …

The International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor has completed half of the work needed for its plasma core, experts said.

Live Zoom meeting: https: ... Keshe Plasma Reactor Group Jan 9 2018 - Duration: 3:40:05. Keshe Foundation Spaceship Institute 695 views. 3:40:05.

A tokamak ( Russian : Токамáк ) is a device that uses a powerful magnetic field to confine plasma in the shape of a torus . The tokamak is one of the several types of magnetic confinement devices being developed to contain the hot plasma needed for producing controlled thermonuclear fusion power . As of 2017 [update] , it is the leading candidate for a practical fusion reactor .

Experimental research of tokamak systems started in 1956 in Kurchatov Institute , Moscow, by a group of Soviet scientists led by Lev Artsimovich . The group constructed the first tokamaks, the most successful of which were the T-3 and its larger version T-4 . T-4 was tested in 1968 in Novosibirsk , conducting the first ever quasistationary thermonuclear fusion reaction. [3]

In 1968, at the third IAEA International Conference on Plasma Physics and Controlled Nuclear Fusion Research at Novosibirsk , Soviet scientists announced that they had achieved electron temperatures of over 1000 eV in a tokamak device. [4] British and American scientists met this news with skepticism since they were far from reaching that benchmark; they remained suspicious until laser scattering tests confirmed the findings the next year. [5]

A tokamak ( Russian : Токамáк ) is a device that uses a powerful magnetic field to confine plasma in the shape of a torus . The tokamak is one of the several types of magnetic confinement devices being developed to contain the hot plasma needed for producing controlled thermonuclear fusion power . As of 2017 [update] , it is the leading candidate for a practical fusion reactor .

Experimental research of tokamak systems started in 1956 in Kurchatov Institute , Moscow, by a group of Soviet scientists led by Lev Artsimovich . The group constructed the first tokamaks, the most successful of which were the T-3 and its larger version T-4 . T-4 was tested in 1968 in Novosibirsk , conducting the first ever quasistationary thermonuclear fusion reaction. [3]

In 1968, at the third IAEA International Conference on Plasma Physics and Controlled Nuclear Fusion Research at Novosibirsk , Soviet scientists announced that they had achieved electron temperatures of over 1000 eV in a tokamak device. [4] British and American scientists met this news with skepticism since they were far from reaching that benchmark; they remained suspicious until laser scattering tests confirmed the findings the next year. [5]

Watch KFSSI Workshops's Keshe Plasma Reactor Group on Livestream.com. Plasma experiments with host Rick Crammond. We show, …

The International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor has completed half of the work needed for its plasma core, experts said.

Live Zoom meeting: https: ... Keshe Plasma Reactor Group Jan 9 2018 - Duration: 3:40:05. Keshe Foundation Spaceship Institute 695 views. 3:40:05.


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