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  • Vacuum vessel | Sector #6 is leak tight

    The first ITER vacuum vessel sector has passed a helium leak test on site with flying colours. Back in March 2020, as experts from the Korean Domestic Agency [...]

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  • Vacuum vessel | India completes in-wall shielding package

    The Indian Domestic Agency has completed the procurement of about 9,000 in-wall shielding blocks and accompanying support ribs, brackets and fasteners. The majo [...]

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  • Image of the week | Feeders for the coils

    One by one, whether large or small, the elements of the system that delivers electrical power, cryogenic fluids and instrumentation to the ITER magnets are arri [...]

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  • Busbar installation | "Power cords" thicker than train rails

    Connecting an electrical device to a power source requires an extension cord, generally made of stranded copper wire. Depending on the required current intensit [...]

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  • Manufacturing | The next sector in line

    Thanks to the experience acquired during the fabrication of the first production unit of the vacuum vessel, the Korean Domestic Agency and contractor Hyundai He [...]

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Robert Arnoux

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ITER aborde aujourd'hui une étape majeure de son histoire. Au terme de trois années consacrées au défrichage, au nivellement et à l'aménagement de la plateforme, la construction des bâtiments de l'installation va bientôt commencer.

Dans les mois qui viennent, trois chantiers vont s'ouvrir: le creusement de la fosse du tokamak; la construction du bâtiment où seront assemblées certains des éléments de la machine et, au pied de la plateforme, le siège d'ITER Organization.

Le programme ITER, dans lequel trente-quatre nations sont engagées, est une entreprise scientifique sans équivalent dans l'histoire. Ces pages la racontent et en expliquent les enjeux.



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