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Potential minimum cost of electricity of superconducting coil tokamak power reactors
IEEE Thirteenth Symposium on Fusion Engineering
The potential minimum cost of electricity (COS) for superconducting tokamak power reactors is estimated by increasing the physics (confinement, beta limit, bootstrap current fraction) and technology [neutral beam energy, toroidal field (TF) coil allowable stresses, divertor heat flux, superconducting coil critical field, critical temperature, and quench temperature rise] constraints far beyond those assumed for ITER until the point of diminishing returns is reached. A version of the TETRAdoi:10.1109/fusion.1989.102219 fatcat:kxzaq3znarfe5ehy2lpijzauhu