neutral beam

neutral beam

[′nü·trəl ′bēm]
(physics)
A stream of uncharged particles.
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Contract award: Neutral beam test facility: support for site supervision lot 1: supply of engineering, consultancy and legal services, mainly related to work on the neutral beam test facility site supervision works and compliance with local regulations.
The ITER Tokamak ultimately will rely on three external heating systems to bring the plasma up to full power: ion cyclotron heating, electron cyclotron heating and neutral beam heating.
Papers are in sections on neutral beam systems, fundamental processes, hydrogen and deuterium negative ion sources, applications, and extraction, acceleration, transport, and neutralization of ions.
Contract notice: Supply of medium voltage switchgear and ups related to the medium voltage network, experiment neutral beam test facility.
In the industrial outskirts of Padua, Italy, about 40 kilometres west of Venice, the long white buildings of the PRIMA Neutral Beam Test Facility are now ready to receive equipment, after a little over a year of construction activity.
The Korean Domestic Agency signed an important contract in July for the fabrication of neutral beam port in-wall shielding with Korean supplier Hyundai Heavy Industries Co.
Contract notice: Neutral beam test facility support for site supervision.
In 1978 he became Chief of the (Fusion) Reactor Technologies Branch of the Development and Technology Division, where he had responsibilities for gyrotron development, fueling and vacuum technology, neutral beam sources and ion cyclotron resonant frequency (ICRF) sources for the Tokamak Fusion Test Reactor (TFTR), and materials research including needs for neutron interactive data.
The Remote Handling system in the Neutral Beam Cell is crucial to the success of ITER, the multi-billion pound project that aims to demonstrate the technical feasibility of nuclear fusion as a future power source.
In the LHD, three negative-ion-based neutral beam injectors (NBs) produce hydrogen neutral beams with a beam energy of 180 keV and a total port-through power of 16 MW.
In addition to the new wall, JET installed several upgrades to active protection systems and diagnostics, vertical stability control and heating capability with an increase of the routinely-available neutral beam power up from 20 MW to 30 MW.