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The Fusion Energy Program: The Role of TPX and Alternate Concepts

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The Fusion Energy Program: The Role of TPX and Alternate Concepts

Publisher: U.S. Congress, Office of Technology Assessment
Number of pages: 93

Description:
While the focus of the study is on the TPX and alternate concepts, it also provides a history of the overall fusion energy program. With this context, the study identifies (but does not answer) some underlying questions that must be addressed.

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