HT-7
 [ 2010/1/20 ]

The construction of superconductive tokamak HT-7 was completed in May 1994, based on Russian device T-7 which was rebuilt and modified by ASIPP. The engineering tests of HT-7 were completed in December 1994. The first plasma was obtained in 1995. The mission of the device is to study the characteristics of high temperature plasma under steady-state condition and the technologies for tokamak steady-state operation. High temperature plasmas with the exceptional duration of 5 minutes have been achieved. In addition to the main device, HT-7 includes also cryogenic systems, power supplies, vacuum systems, wave heating and current drive systems, diagnostic, data acquisition and plasma control systems.

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