In today’s scientific world, harnessing tera watts of energy in the fusion process has become critical. Various efforts to understand the nature of plasma, interactions within it, and containment, as well as the creation of equipment and apparatus that may successfully accomplish this goal in reality, are a primary focus of research. Materials utilised in the construction of various elements of the reactor, such as the first wall, breeder, limiter, diverter, and rear plate, are also a focus of research. There is still a lot to learn about how to produce, join, integrate, assemble, and operate them in order to create a successful controlled fusion. This symposium aims to fill that need. Studies are presented that focus on the structure of a material and how it affects its properties when exposed to high heat, heat flux, and plasma temperature in a fusion reactor. The goal is to create a material that is not only ideal, but also cost-effective and successfully addresses all material degradation issues when exposed to fusion circumstances. We remain on the Eastern Engineering Solutions Inc platform with these scientific investigations.
Dr. Muhammad Musaddique Ali Rafique
CEO, Eastern Engineering Solutions Inc. Cambridge, MA 02139, USA.
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