Concept Design of CFETR Tokamak Machine

@article{Song2014ConceptDO,
  title={Concept Design of CFETR Tokamak Machine},
  author={Yuntao Song and Song Tao Wu and Jian Gang Li and Baonian Wan and Yuanxi Wan and Peng Fu and Minyou Ye and Jinxing Zheng and Kun Lu and Xiang Gao and Su Mei Liu and Xu Liu and Mingzhun Lei and Xuebing Peng and Yong Chen},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science},
  year={2014},
  volume={42},
  pages={503-509}
}
China Fusion Engineering Test Reactor (CFETR) is a tokamak reactor; one design option under the consideration of the China National Integration Design Group employs superconducting magnets. The fusion power is at the range of 50-200 MW and the duty cycle (or burning time) was envisioned as 30%-50%. The plasma current will be 10 MA and the major and minor radii are 5.7 and 1.6 m, respectively. The concept engineering design including the magnet system, vacuum vessel (VV) system, and maintenance… 
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