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February 6–9, 2023
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Fusion Science and Technology
Stress corrosion cracking and welding nonconformities are behind ITER’s fresh delays
The ITER Organization is working on a new baseline schedule for the magnetic confinement fusion experiment launched in 1985 and now under construction in southern France. First plasma was scheduled for December 2025 and deuterium-tritium operations for 2035 under a schedule approved in November 2016 that will soon be shelved. In addition to impacts from COVID-19 delays and uncertainty resulting from Russia’s war in Ukraine, ITER leaders must now factor in repair time for “component challenges.”
A. Amroussia (General Electric Global Research), C. J. Boehlert (Michigan State Univ.), F. Pellemoine (Fermilab), D. Grummon (Michigan State Univ.), W. Mittig (Facility for Rare Isotope Beams, National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory), T.R. Bieler (Michigan State Univ.), M. Li , W. Chen (Intermediate Voltage Electron Microscopy—Tandem Facility, Argonne National Laboratory)
Transactions | Volume 123 | Number 1 | November 2020 | Pages 591-592