The researchers explained that in order to control the process of thermonuclear fusion and obtain
To do this, physicists use tokamaks -donut-shaped installations that hold plasma with strong magnets of various shapes and powers. But mistakes in the formation or placement of these magnets can lead to loss of plasma and reduced fusion efficiency.
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Scientists at Princeton Plasma LaboratoryPhysicists (PPPL) of the US Department of Energy has developed a methodology that predicts how tokamaks might respond to magnetic errors. These predictions can help engineers design fusion plants to generate large amounts of energy all the time.
In order to improve the technique,physicists used the data of three years of experiments on the tokamak in the United States, theoretical calculations of the ITER project specialists, as well as the results of research on tokamaks in South Korea, China, Great Britain and other countries. The researchers applied this data to a scaling law to predict how many errors might occur when operating a standard reactor.
The new method made it possible to predict errors more accurately than before. Based on the results obtained, it is possible to quickly select the optimal synthesis parameters that will increase the production of a fusion reactor.
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