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Title: Recent progress of the JT-60SA project
Authors: Shirai, H.
Barabaschi, P.
Kamada, Y.
Maksoud, W. Abdel
Aiba, N.
Akiyama, T.
Alonso, J.
Angioni, C.
Arai, T.
Arakawa, H.
Ardellier, F.
Artaud, J. F.
Asakura, N.
Ashikawa, N.
Barbato, E.
Barrera, G.
Baruzzo, M.
Baulaigue, O.
Beaufils, S.
Bécoulet, M.
Benkadda, S.
Benoit, F.
Bettini, P.
Beurskens, M.
Bierwage, A.
Boboc, A.
Boccaccini, L.
Bolzonella, T.
Bonne, F.
Borba, D.
Botija, J.
Bourdelle, C.
Brolatti, G.
Bruschi, A.
Bucalossi, J.
Cabrera-Pérez, S.
Canton, A.
Cardella, A.
Carvalho, I.
Challis, C.
Chapman, I.
Chiba, S.
Ciazynski, D.
Cismondi, F.
Clement-Lorenzo, S.
Coccoluto, G.
Cocilovo, V.
Coda, S.
Coelho, R.
Coletti, A.
Collin, B.
Conway, G.
Corato, V.
Costa, P.
Crisanti, F.
Cristofani, C.
Cruz, N.
Cucchiaro, A.
Dairaku, M.
Davis, S.
Day, C.
de Baar, M.
de la Luna, E.
De Tommasi, G.
De Vellis, A.
De Vries, P.
Decker, J.
Decool, P.
Delrez, C.
Di Pace, L.
Di Pietro, E.
Disset, G.
Donati, A.
Douai, D.
Dougnac, H.
Duchateau, J. L.
Duglue, D.
Dumas, N.
Dunai, D.
Ejiri, A.
Endo, Y.
Enoeda, M.
Falchetto, G.
Farina, D.
Farthing, J.
Fejoz, P.
Fernandez, P.
Ferro, A.
Fiamozzi-Zignani, C.
Fietz, W.
Figini, L.
Frello, G.
Frosi, P.
Fujita, T.
Fukuda, T.
Fukumoto, M.
Fukuyama, A.
Furukawa, M.
Furukawa, M.
JT-60SA Team (di cui mastrostefano)
mastrostefano
Journal: NUCLEAR FUSION 
Issue Date: 2017
Abstract: 
The JT-60SA project has been implemented for the purpose of an early realization of fusion energy. With a powerful and versatile NBI and ECRF system, a flexible plasma-shaping capability, and various kinds of in-vessel coils to suppress MHD instabilities, JT-60SA plays an essential role in addressing the key physics and engineering issues of ITER and DEMO. It aims to achieve the long sustainment of high integrated performance plasmas under the high β N condition required in DEMO. The fabrication and installation of components and systems of JT-60SA procured by the EU and Japan are steadily progressing. The installation of toroidal field (TF) coils around the vacuum vessel started in December 2016. The commissioning of the cryogenic system and power supply system has been implemented in the Naka site, and JT-60SA will start operation in 2019. The JT-60SA research plan covers a wide area of issues in ITER and DEMO relevant operation regimes, and has been regularly updated on the basis of intensive discussion among European and Japanese researchers.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2067/48939
ISSN: 00295515
DOI: 10.1088/1741-4326/aa5d01
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