An Assessment of the Prospects for Inertial Fusion Energy - National Research Council, and Division on Engineering and Physical Sciences, and Board on Energy and Environmental Systems
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The potential for using fusion energy to produce commercial electric power was first explored in the 1950s. Harnessing fusion energy offers the prospect of a nearly carbon-free energy source with a virtually unlimited supply of fuel. Unlike nuclear fission plants, appropriately designed fusion power plants would not produce the large amounts of high-level nuclear waste that requires long-term disposal. Due to these prospects, many nations have initiated research and development (R&D) programs aimed at developing fusion as ...

An Assessment of the Prospects for Inertial Fusion Energy 2013, National Academies Press, Washington

ISBN-13: 9780309270816

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