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|Other titles||Fusion-fission energy systems|
|Statement||S. Locke Bogart|
|Series||ERDA -- 4|
|Contributions||Bogart, S. Locke., United States. Energy Research and Development Administration.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||i, 382 p. :|
|Number of Pages||382|
The agenda of the meeting was developed to address, in turn, the following major areas: specific problem areas in nuclear energy systems for application of fusion-fission concepts; current and proposed fusion-fission programs in response to the identified problem areas; target costs and projected benefits associated with fusion-fission energy systems; and technical problems associated with the. *DCTR Fusion-Fission Energy Systems Review Meeting(ERDA-4),edited byS. LockeBogart. The systems, it meansthatthe powerneeded in the laser beam may be greatly re- AnAwkwardFissionReactor a and SCIENCE, reactor be that is to that fusion to with energy of it, could. 3. S. L. Bogart (ed.), Proceedings, DCTR Fusion-Fission Energy Systems Review Meeting, ERDA-4, Dec. ; Proceedings, Second Fusion-Fission Energy Systems Review Author: Ronald N. Kostoff. Annals of Nuclear Energy, Vol. 3, pp. to Pergamon Press, Printed in Northern Ireland FISSILE FUEL BREEDING POTENTIAL WITH PAIRED FUSION-FISSION REACTORS A. A. HARMS* and C. W. GORDON Departments of Physics and Engineering Physics, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada AJ~araetThe potential fissile fuel breeding capacity of paired fusion-fission .
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Fusion occurs when two atoms slam together to form a heavier atom, like when two hydrogen atoms fuse to form one helium atom. This is the same process that powers the sun and creates huge amounts of energy—several times greater than fission. fusion, fission and accelerator systems. (3) System studies to assess the economic characteristics of MFE-based fusion neutron-source applications. These studies would include assessments of both D-T and catalyzed D-D-T fuel cycles. (4) An assessment of the environmental, safety and licensing implications of fusion neutron-source applications. Reference is made to recent fusion-fission studies as reported in DCTR Fusion-Fission Energy Systems Review Meeting, Dec. , , ERDA, and Proceedings: U.S.-U.S.S.R. Symposium on Fusion-Fission Reactors, July , , CONF, incorporated herein by . National Meetings and Embedded Topicals; Topicals and Executive Conferences The Project of Fusion-Fission Hybrid Energy Reactor in China. Maosheng Li, Rong Liu, Xueming Shi, Weiwei Yi, Yaosong Shen, Xianjue Peng Fusion-Fission Hybrids and Transmutation / Proceedings of the Fifteenth International Conference on Emerging Nuclear Energy.