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fusion point

[′fyü·zhən ‚pȯint]
(nucleonics)
The temperature of a plasma above which the rate of energy generation by nuclear fusion reactions exceeds the rate of energy loss from the plasma, so that the fusion reaction can be self-sustaining. Abbreviated fnp.
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John James, of letting agents Fletcher Morgan, added: "The Cardiff office market had a particularly strong 2018 and it is pleasing to see this Deloitte commitment in continuing to create high-quality jobs and career opportunities at Fusion Point 2.
iPEN telemetry acts as a data fusion point for the integration of towed array handling system sensor data.
The combination of high-purity bentonite clay with high fusion point washed silica sand allows casting of iron and steel into green or water-bearing molding sands.
The firm currently operates from three sites in the centre of Cardiff, at Park Street (its main delivery centre), Callaghan Square and Fusion Point.
Schemes currently under construction include: | 685 beds at Howard Gardens, from developer Fusion Students, scheduled for completion in 2017; | 602 beds at Capital Quarter, from developer Viridis Real Estate Services, scheduled for completion in 2017; | 322 beds at Windsor House, Windsor Place, from developer Fusion Point, scheduled for completion in September; | and 123 beds at The Parade, City Road, from the Parade Cardiff Ltd, due for completion in September.
Coatings are essential in steel casting because the high pouring temperature is close to the fusion point of silica.
Hugh James is taking 100,000 sq ft in the building in bringing its existing operations at Hodge House and Fusion Point under one roof 2 Central will be ready for occupancy next summer, alongside the under construction new 150,000 sq ft headquarters for BBC Cymru Wales.
Transactions of note in Q1 included the sale of the Media Wales building in the centre of Cardiff, which was acquired by Mayfair Capital, the disposal of Fusion Point 1 on Dumballs Road and the sale of Trinity Court on Newport Road.