The Fusion Nuclear Science Facility, the Critical Step in the Pathway to Fusion Energy

@article{Kessel2015TheFN,
  title={The Fusion Nuclear Science Facility, the Critical Step in the Pathway to Fusion Energy},
  author={C. Kessel and J. Blanchard and A. Davis and L. El‐Guebaly and N. Ghoniem and P. Humrickhouse and S. Malang and B. Merrill and N. Morley and G. Neilson and M. Rensink and T. Rognlien and A. Rowcliffe and S. Smolentsev and L. Snead and M. Tillack and P. Titus and L. Waganer and A. Ying and K. Young and Y. Zhai},
  journal={Fusion Science and Technology},
  year={2015},
  volume={68},
  pages={225 - 236}
}
The proposed Fusion Nuclear Science Facility (FNSF) represents the first facility to enter the complex fusion nuclear regime, and its technical mission and attributes are being developed. The FNSF represents one part of the fusion energy development pathway to the first commercial power plant with other major components being the pre-FNSF research and development, research in parallel with the FNSF, pre-DEMO research and development, and the demonstration power plant (DEMO). The Fusion Energy… Expand
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