fusion point


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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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It also has short term leases on office space at Fusion Point and Capital Tower in the city centre.
Deloitte, which declined to comment, currently occupies two offices, covering some 28,000 sq ft, at Callaghan Square and the nearby Fusion Point development.
Coatings are essential in steel casting because the high pouring temperature is close to the fusion point of silica.
The Cardiff-based developer behind the Central Square project in the centre of Cardiff, which will eventually see up to one million sq ft of new office, residential and retail space built, has acquired a development site at the nearby Fusion Point scheme.
Knight Frank investment partner Rob Jones said: "In the last few months we have been involved in investment deals with a value of more than PS100m including the sale of Hodge House and Fusion Point in Cardiff.
The Cardiff-based developer behind the Central Square project in the centre of Cardiff, which will eventually see up to one million sq ft of new office residential and retail space built, has acquired a development site at the nearby Fusion Point scheme.