PoS - Proceedings of Science
Volume 324 - XVII International Workshop on Polarized Sources, Targets & Polarimetry (PSTP2017) - Application of spin
Advantages of nuclear fusion with polarized fuel
R. Engels*, H.M. Awwad, K. Grigoryev, L. Huxold, M. Büscher, I. Engin, A. Hützen, G. Ciullo, V.D. Fotyev, K.A. Ivshin, E.N. Komarov, L.M. Kotchenda, P. Kravchenko, P.A. Kravtsov, S.G. Sherman, A.N. Soloviev, I.N. Soloviev, V.A. Trofimov, A.A. Vasilyev, M.E. Vznuzdaev, D.K. Toporkov, I.A. Rachek, Y.V. Shestakov, T.P. Rakitzis, D. Sofikitis, C.S. Kannis, G.K. Boulogiannis  on behalf of the PREFER Collaborationet al. (click to show)
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Pre-published on: May 31, 2018
Published on: June 14, 2018
The use of nuclear polarized fuel, i.e. polarized D, T or $^3$He, for coming fusion reactors promises to increase their energy output and to optimize the complete fusion process in various ways. But before these advantages can be utilized, several questions must be answered and technical issues must be overcome. Among others, the members of the PREFER collaboration started to investigate the different challenges of 'polarized fusion'.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.22323/1.324.0031
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