Magnetic Confinement Fusion

Magnetic confinement fusion is the charged particle in a magnetic field experiences a Lorentz force which is proportional to the product of the particle’s velocity and its magnetic field. The force causes electrons and ions to spiral about the direction of the magnetic line of force, thereby confining the particles. The first is to increase the strength of the magnetic field at two locations along the field line. Charged particles contained between these points can be made to reflect back and forth, an effect called magnetic mirroring. 

Magnetic confinement fusion is the process whereby the nuclei of two atoms merge together to form a single atomic nucleus. In the process, there will be either a release or absorption of excess energy. This comes from the nuclear binding energy; the protons and neutrons in different nuclei are more or less tightly bound together. If the product of the fusion reaction is more tightly bound than the two nuclei which fused together to produce it, energy will be released. 

  • Edge and plasma-wall interactions
  • Turbulence and transport
  • Equilibrium and MHD
  • Heating and fuelling
  • Burning plasma issues

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