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Journal of Fusion Energy, VoL 11, Nos. 3/4, 1992 Report of Panel 1: The Appropriate Scope and Mission of
 

Summary: Journal of Fusion Energy, VoL 11, Nos. 3/4, 1992
Report of Panel 1: The Appropriate Scope and Mission of
ITER 1
R. K. Linford,2 H. Weitzner, M. A. Abdou, D. E. Baldwin, K. H. Berkner,
L. A. Berry, F. L. Culler, S. O. Dean, D. A. DeFreece, W. B. Gauster, J. P. Holdren,
R. P. Hora, N. F. Ness, D. O. Overskei, R. R. Parker, P. H. Rutherford, H. W. Shaffer,
R. E. Siemon, and D. Steiner
SUMMARY OF FINDINGS
This summary of findings is intended to serve as
an executive summary. The findings from each section
throughout the body of the report are quoted here ver-
batim.
ITER Development Options (Sec. II)
The Panel endorses the ITER EDA, including com-
mitment to construction, as a pivotal activity in the U.S.
fusion program. This activity must be coupled with a
strong national program that addresses other DEMO-re-
lated tasks in addition to ITER tasks. We emphasize that
the U.S. program goals, as stated in the National Energy
strategy, would not be achieved if complementaryactiv-

  

Source: Abdou, Mohamed - Fusion Science and Technology Center, University of California at Los Angeles

 

Collections: Plasma Physics and Fusion