Stellarators: the once and future thing

@article{Lewin2003StellaratorsTO,
  title={Stellarators: the once and future thing},
  author={David I. Lewin and Greg Goth},
  journal={Computing in Science and Engineering},
  year={2003},
  volume={5},
  pages={4-7}
}
only to come back in when their execution is feasible. One of those ideas is the stellarator, a fusion energy device that resembles the more symmetric tokamak and offers some unique advantages—along with some unique design problems. Like the tokamak, a stellarator is a ring of plasma confined within magnetic coils. Unlike a tokamak—where the ring looks like… CONTINUE READING