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  • The crown | Unique but inspired by history

    On the floor of the vast amphitheatre that will accommodate the ITER machine, one of the most complex and most strategic structures of the Tokamak Building is t [...]

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  • Image of the week | Moving into place

    The two quench tanks that were sitting in the holding area on the edge of the ITER premises near the car park moved onto the ITER platform today. A remotely [...]

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  • Construction | ENGAGE celebrates 8 years at ITER

    On 13 April, the ENGAGE consortium celebrated its eight-year anniversary at ITER. The celebration itself was unique: hosted at the offices of La Provence, the d [...]

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  • Plasma physics | Be clean, be strong

    To achieve maximum fusion efficiency in a tokamak device it is essential to limit the impurities in the plasma. But this can be a challenge, as interaction betw [...]

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  • Coil power supply | Switching network tested in Russia

    Plasma could not be created in the ITER vacuum vessel without switching network units, whose operation creates the voltage that 'ionizes*' the cloud of fuel ato [...]

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Progress in pictures

The 2016 edition of the ITER Photobook has just been released─58 pages that cover progress in construction and manufacturing and some of the highlights in the life of the ITER Organization.

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Looking at the two previous editions (2014 and 2015) one can measure what has been accomplished over a period of three years ... from a mostly empty Tokamak Pit to a construction now emerging from ground level; from prototypes and mockups to actual machine components; and from the first test convoys to the regular delivery of heavy loads.

All of the ITER Photobooks can be downloaded from the Publication Centre of the ITER website ("Brochures") in pdf format.


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