2006, Volume 9, Issue 17+18
Recreating Sun on Earth – JET Laboratories
National Institute of Cryogenics & Isotopic Technologies, Rm. Valcea
*Corresponding author: Sorin Soare, e-mail: email@example.comPublished: October 2006
Global demand for energy continues to grow year by year as the world population expands and society becomes more and more dependent on energy supplies. The need to find new sources of energy becomes increasingly important as environmental concerns mount over the emission of CO2 from burning fossil fuels. Therefore alternative energy sources had to be found and exploited. A number of such energy sources were investigated and the most promising is the thermonuclear fusion. The present paper approaches, at a basic level, the thermonuclear fusion from the plasma diagnostic point of view and the Romanian contribution to a EURATOM enhancement project.
Fusion, plasma diagnostic.
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