JRC-FUSAFE 2C - Research programme (Euratom, EEC) to be implemented by the Joint Research Centre - Thermonuclear fusion technology -, 1980-1983
From 1980-01-01 to 1983-12-31| See all projects funded under this programme / topic
Successor programmeJRC-FUSAFE 3C
Programme fundingEUR 26,1 million
Official Journal ReferenceL 72 of 1980-03-18
Legislative Reference80/317/CEE, Euratom of 1980-03-13
To identify and solve some of the key issues for the construction of the experimental machine after JET (NET/INTOR; INTOR=International Tokamak Reactor) and for the demonstration power reactor (DEMO).
AbstractThe fusion activities of the Community's Joint Research Centre (JRC) are integrated with the overall Community programme on fusion. The Ispra Establishment of the JRC has served as a reference centre for the preliminary phase of the Next European Torus (NET) design, the successor of JET. The JRC's effort focused on the engineering conceptual design of the NET/INTOR reactor and on the experimental sorting and development of first wall, structural and breeding materials.
- Conceptual studies on fusion reactors;
- Blanket technology studies;
- Studies on structural materials;
- Studies on advanced materials;
- Operation of the cyclotron.
ImplementationInformation not presently available.
Record Number: 9 / Last updated on: 2014-03-05