Uragan-2M

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Uragan-2M
TypeStellarator
Major radius170 cm
Minor radius24 cm
Magnetic field2.4 T
LocationKharkov, Ukraine

Uragan-2M (U-2M, Ukrainian: Ураган-2М) is a stellarator (magnetic plasma confinement, controlled thermonuclear fusion experiment) installed at the Institute of Plasma Physics National Science Center, which is part of the Kharkiv Institute of Physics and Technology (IFS KIPT) in Kharkov, Ukraine. It was the largest stellarator (torsatron) in Europe.[1]

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Uragan-2M is a medium-sized stellarator with reduced helical corrugations; the unit has a torus radius of 170 cm (67 inches), a plasma radius of up to 24 cm (9.4 inches), and a toroidal magnetic field of up to 2.4 teslas (24,000 G).

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Харківський фізико-технічний інститут" [Kharkiv Institute of Physics and Technology]. NAS Ukraine [НАН України]. National Institute of Plasma Physics Research Center [Інститут фізики плазми Національного наукового центру].

Sources[edit]

  • Моисеенко, В. Е.; Волков, Е. Д.; Терёшин, В. И.; Стадник., Ю. С. (2009). АЛЬФВЕНОВСКИЙ НАГРЕВ В ТОРСАТРОНЕ УРАГАН-2М [In the heating ALFVENOVSKYY torsatron Uragan-2M]. Plasma Physics [Физика плазмы] (in Russian). 35 (10): 901–906.
  • Інститут фізики плазми (in Russian). Харківський фізико-технічний інститут. Національний науковий центр.