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Nuclear Engineering and Design 63 (1981) 199-231 North-Hoiland Publishing Company
 

Summary: Nuclear Engineering and Design 63 (1981) 199-231
North-Hoiland Publishing Company
STARFIRE, A COMMERCIAL TOKAMAK POWER PLANT DESIGN
C.C. BAKER, M.A. ABDOU, C.D. BOLEY, A.E. BOLON *, J.N. BROOKS, R.G. CLEMMER, D.A. EHST,
K. EVANS, Jr., P.A. FINN, R.E. FUJA, Y. GOHAR, J. JUNG, W.J. KANN, R.F. MATTAS, B. MISRA,
H.L. SCHREYER, D.L. SMITH, H.C. STEVENS and L.R. TURNER
Argonne National Laboratory, Argonne, IL 60439, USA
D.A. DE FREECE, C. DILLOW, G.D. MORGAN and C.A. TRACHSEL
McDonnell DouglasAstronautics Company, P.O. Box 516, St. Louis, MO 63166, USA
D. GRAUMANN, J. ALCORN, R.E. FIELDS and R. PRATER
GeneralAtomic Company, P.O. Box 81608, San Diego, CA 92138, USA
J. KOKOSZENSKI, K. BARRY, M. CHERRY and H. KLUMPE
The Ralph M. ParsonsCompany, 100 West Walnut Street, Pasadena, CA 91124, USA
R.W. CONN **, G.A. EMMERT, I.N. SVIATOSLAVSKY and D.K. SZE
Nuclear EngineeringDepartment, University of Wisconsin,Madison, W153706, USA
Received 9 October 1980
STARFIRE is a design for a conceptual commercial tokamak electricalpower plant based on the deuterium/
tritium/lithium fuel cycle. In addition to the goal of being technologically credible,the design incorporates safety and
environmental considerations. STARFIRE is considered to be the tenth in a series of commercial fusion power plants.
STARFIRE has a 7-m major radius reactor producing 1200 MWof net electricalpower from 4000 MWof thermal power,

  

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

 

Collections: Plasma Physics and Fusion