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Summary of magnetic fusion plasma physics in 1st AAPPS-DPP meeting

  • Jiangang LiEmail author
  • Wulyu Zhong
Review Paper

Abstract

This article consists of summary of the presentations in magnetic fusion plasma section of the 1st Asia–Pacific conference on plasma physics. Recent significant progresses achieved in steady state capable of superconducting toroidal devices as well as conventional fusion devices in Asia are highlighted in this article. Contributions from no Asian fusion devices are also included. Selected significant progresses from the presentations are then summarized and future major challenges in fusion plasmas are discussed.

Keywords

Magnetic fusion Plasma physics Tokamak 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Institute of Plasma PhysicsHefeiChina
  2. 2.Southwestern Institute of PhysicsChengduChina

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