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    Keymaster

    Spherical Tokamak with a planned break-even in 10 years due to the use of HTS.
    Probably will have challenges with combining the neutron isolation with HTS as it is likely to be mostly Ferromagnetic due to the use of IRON for stability.
    https://www.stfc.ac.uk/files/uk-magnetics-tokamak-energy/

    #26174
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    Keymaster

    Sorry, my mistake – its a spherical tokamak.
    A spheromak is a (self-sustaining) toroidal confinement configuration without a central conductor – hence different from a spherical tokamak

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