FIRE Project Static Archive


Fusion Program News
April 29, 2016
FIRE and Burning Plasma Physics
Updated April 4, 2009
Fusion Library
Updated January 14, 2016
FESAC International Collab
March 10, 2011
FIRE Physics Validation Review Tokamak Fusion Test Reactor TFTR
Updated June 25, 2014
U.S. ITER Project News
Updated January 21, 2014
FIRE Advisory Committee Meetings 
Other Fusion Information
NRC Burning Plasma Assessment  2003
FIRE Engineering Report
Fusion Meetings
Updated February 29, 2016
NRC-IFE Energy Potential
December 12, 2011
FIRE Engineering Review
IEA Workshop on Burning Plasmas -2005
Accelerating Fusion Energy 2011
July 10, 2011
Energy Resources and Needs
July 1, 2012
ISFNT 7 Updated, June 24 , 2005

Snowmass Summer Studies
1999 and 2002

Global Climate Change
June 30, 2015
IEA Workshop Optimizing High-beta Steady-State Tokamaks Feb 14, 2005
UFA Burning Plasma Workshop
Fusion Materials  July 2011
APS DPP Review Talks Nov 2004

Nuclear Proliferation Issues
  December 18, 2008
MHD Stability Control Workshop Nov 2003-2007
Fusion for the Future
American Security Project
20th IAEA Fusion Energy Conference 2004
AAAS Sessions on Fusion and Non CO2 Energy Sources Feb, 2005
Fusion Power Associates (FPA)
Energy Options for the Future NRL 2004
AAAS Session on Burning Plasmas-2004
FPA Annual Meetings
December 19, 2015
AST 558 Prospects for Fusion Energy 2009
30th EPS and ITPA Talks July 2003
FPA Executive Newsletter
FESAC Development Path


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Background Information and Reviews of the U. S. and World Fusion Program

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