Man-Made Sun [electronic resource] : Experimental Advanced Superconducting Tokamak (EAST) Fusion Reactor / edited by Baonian Wan.Tipo de material: TextoSeries China's Big Science FacilitiesEditor: Singapore : Springer Nature Singapore : Imprint: Springer, 2021Edición: 1st ed. 2021Descripción: XIII, 147 p. 172 illus., 161 illus. in color. online resourceTipo de contenido:
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Chapter 1. The Conquest of the Energy Kingdom -- Chapter 2. All about the nuclear station quo -- Chapter 3. The legend of "Man-made Sun" -- Chapter 4. How to create "Man-made Sun"? -- Chapter 5. The past and present of Tokamak -- Chapter 6. The road of China to "Man-made Sun" -- Chapter 7. How cool is "Man-made Sun"? -- "Man-made Sun" is not just a dream -- Chapter 8. Memorabilia.
This book introduces the research process and principles of the controlled super-coupling nuclear fusion experiment at the Experimental Advanced Superconducting Tokamak (EAST) nuclear fusion reactor in Hefei, China. It uses straightforward language to explain how nuclear fusion can provide safe, environmentally friendly, clean, and inexhaustible energy in future. EAST is the world's first fully superconducting, non-circular cross-section tokamak nuclear fusion experimental device, independently developed by the Chinese Academy of Sciences. This book helps demonstrate China's cutting-edge scientific and technological advances to the rest of the world, helps spread the scientific spirit to people around the globe, and promotes prosperity and development. The book is intended for all non-experts who would like to learn more about nuclear energy and related technologies.