This note contains a brief overview of the project proposal DTT, Divertor Tokamak Test facility, described in analytical form in the volume "DTT Divertor Tokamak Test facility. Project Proposal" published by ENEA in July 2015, ISBN: 978-88-8286- 318-0. For all details, the full publication is available, in electronic format, on the web site http://fsn-fusphy.frascati.enea.it/DTT_ProjectProposal_July2015.pdf and in paper form on request. Aim of this note is to provide the key data of the complex and articulated project which involved about a hundred researchers from Italian and foreign universities and laboratories, coordinated by R. Albanese (Università di Napoli Federico II, Italy and CREATE, Italy), F. Crisanti (ENEA, Italy), R. Martone (Seconda Università di Napoli, Italy and CREATE, Italy) and A. Pizzuto (ENEA, Italy). Thanks to the qualification and dedication of the project team, an innovative and thorough proposal has been developed, aiming to provide a significant step in the road map towards the implementation of energy from controlled thermonuclear fusion. A possible European funding of the proposal, within the framework of the European Plan for Infrastructure Investments, will allow the start-up of a challenging experimental program that, within a few years, will provide scientific, technical and technological crucial answers in the field of renewable innovative energy sources and, in addition, will provide a strong boost to the most advanced industry's and, therefore, to employment levels.

DTT Divertor Tokamak Test facility Project Proposal: report short version

Pizzuto, Aldo
2016-01

Abstract

This note contains a brief overview of the project proposal DTT, Divertor Tokamak Test facility, described in analytical form in the volume "DTT Divertor Tokamak Test facility. Project Proposal" published by ENEA in July 2015, ISBN: 978-88-8286- 318-0. For all details, the full publication is available, in electronic format, on the web site http://fsn-fusphy.frascati.enea.it/DTT_ProjectProposal_July2015.pdf and in paper form on request. Aim of this note is to provide the key data of the complex and articulated project which involved about a hundred researchers from Italian and foreign universities and laboratories, coordinated by R. Albanese (Università di Napoli Federico II, Italy and CREATE, Italy), F. Crisanti (ENEA, Italy), R. Martone (Seconda Università di Napoli, Italy and CREATE, Italy) and A. Pizzuto (ENEA, Italy). Thanks to the qualification and dedication of the project team, an innovative and thorough proposal has been developed, aiming to provide a significant step in the road map towards the implementation of energy from controlled thermonuclear fusion. A possible European funding of the proposal, within the framework of the European Plan for Infrastructure Investments, will allow the start-up of a challenging experimental program that, within a few years, will provide scientific, technical and technological crucial answers in the field of renewable innovative energy sources and, in addition, will provide a strong boost to the most advanced industry's and, therefore, to employment levels.
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