The tokamak is one of several types of magnetic confinement devices being developed to produce controlled thermonuclear fusion
Tenders are invited for "Technical re-equipment of the technological center facilities and information network of controlled thermonuclear fusion
" of JSC "NIKIET"
President Ronald Reagan and Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev in 1985, with the aim of "utilizing controlled thermonuclear fusion
for peaceful purposes ...
According to Hasan, these approaches include, Controlled thermonuclear fusion
, Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) and the Short Lived Polluting Chemicals (SLPCs) that contribute to 40-45 per cent of the anthropogenic temperature rise, and especially the need to phase out Hydro-Flouro Carbons (HFCs).
Houtermans (1903-66) was the first to suggest that the source of stars' energy is thermonuclear fusion
, and made a number of other important contributions to astrochemistry and geochemistry.
The influx of material might trigger thermonuclear fusion
in the stars atmosphere that sends a shock wave through the star.
It is currently viewed as the most likely candidate to produce controlled thermonuclear fusion
power in the near future.
ARPA-E anticipates that expertise including, but not limited to, the following Technical Areas may be useful in responding to the FOA: thermonuclear fusion
, plasma physics, pulsed power, plasma guns, rail and coil guns, particle accelerators, laser accelerators, MEMS, plasma compression (e.g.
The authors match the calculated energy production of the suggested mechanism of thermonuclear fusion
of the light atomic nuclei in the Hilbert core (the "inner sun") of the stars to the empirical mass-luminosity relation of observational astrophysics, to determine the density of the liquid stellar substance in the Hilbert core.
Plasma physics research is important because it might allow scientists to control thermonuclear fusion
reactions for power generation.
These supernovae also result from thermonuclear fusion
that starts deep within a white dwarf.
The centre of the cloud grows ever denser and hotter, until thermonuclear fusion
begins and a star is born.