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Image of the week

Europe's coil #5 unloaded at Fos harbour

Of the eighteen D-shaped toroidal field coils (plus one spare) that are needed for the ITER Tokamak, four (two from Europe and two from Japan) have already been delivered to ITER.

27 November 2020: Maintained by its sturdy transport frame and tightly wrapped in protective material, toroidal field coil #5 from Europe was loaded onto the modular transporter that will deliver it to the ITER site. (Click to view larger version...)
27 November 2020: Maintained by its sturdy transport frame and tightly wrapped in protective material, toroidal field coil #5 from Europe was loaded onto the modular transporter that will deliver it to the ITER site.
A fifth coil from Europe (TF5), which had sailed from Porto Marghera, Italy, on 23 November, reached Marseille industrial port Fos-sur-Mer four days later. It was loaded onto the self-propelled modular transporter that will deliver it to ITER, where the component is expected in the early hours of 18 December.



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