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ASDEXAxially Symmetric Diverter Experiment
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Dux et al., "Comparison of boronization and siliconization in ASDEX Upgrade," in Proceedings of the 26th European Conference on Controlled Fusion and Plasma Physics, vol.
(24.) ASDEX: acronym for Axially Symmetric Divertor Experiment.
(5.) Neu, R, Dux, R, Geier, A et al., "New Results from the W Programme at ASDEX Upgrade." J.
Among these groups are the efforts of the European Union's three major tokamak facilities: JET, Tore Supra and Asdex Upgrade.
He said the main elements of the proposed next phase of European fusion research for the period 2007-2011 are the realization of ITER in Caderache, France, as an international venture; continuation of physics and technology R&D in preparation for ITER operation, including research on current facilities such as JET, Asdex Upgrade and Tore Supra; to continue to develop technologies required for a fusion demonstration power reactor; including materials research and preparation for construction of a materials test facility; and to further develop improved magnetic confinement schemes, including theory and modeling aimed at better understanding of the behavior of fusion plasmas.
Korea has joined other international fusion cooperative agreements, including the International Energy Agency (IEA) ASDEX Implementing Agreement and plans to participate in IEA fusion materials and technology agreements.
The American Nuclear Society journal, Fusion Science and Technology, edited by Nermin Uckan, has published a Special Issue devoted to an extensive set of papers describing the studies of tokamak physics in the Asdex Upgrade facility in Garching, Germany.
Beginning in 1970 he headed the newly-formed experimental department E3, building first the Pulsator tokamak and then the divertor tokamak ASDEX. In his last professional years, he returned from management to research.
large tokamak science), the Poloidal Divertor Agreement (divertor-related tokamak science and technology centered on the ASDEX Upgrade facility), and the TEXTOR Agreement (technology