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What is a relationship between JT-60SA and ITER?

Yoshida, Kiyoshi

Chodendo Web 21 (Internet), (2009年11月), p.30 - 31, 2009/11

no abstracts in English

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How is the ITER project going on?

Takahashi, Yoshikazu

Chodendo Web 21 (Internet), (2008年1月), p.25 - 26, 2008/01

In the ITER project, it was decided in 2005 that the machine is constructed at Cadarache and the agreement of the ITER was signed by 7 parties (Japan, U.S.A., Russia, EU, Korea, China and India) in November 2006. The agreement came into effect on 24th October, 2007 and the ITER organization launched. The Japan Atomic Energy Agency was designated as the domestic agency at the same time. The status of the ITER project from 2006 to December 2007 and the Japanese contribution to the project are explained plainly.

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How is ITER going forward ?

Okuno, Kiyoshi

Chodendo Web 21 (Internet), (2006年5月), P. 22, 2006/05

no abstracts in English

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Why is the Fusion Reactor called "The sun on the earth" ?

Tsuji, Hiroshi

Chodendo Web 21 (Internet), (2004年8月), p.18 - 19, 2004/08

The expression "The fusion reacctor is the sun on the earth," is often used to introduce research and development of fusion reactors. This document was prepared so as to explain the reason why it is so called to the students at the 3rd grade of junior high schools and at high schools. This document was made according to a request by the publication office of the technical internet journal "Superconductivity Web 21" which is published by the International Superconductivity Technology Center.

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