Environment, Safety and Economic Aspects of Fusion Power (ESEFP TCP)

The ESEFP TCP conducts research, tests materials and develops analytical tools to advance the safety and cost-effectiveness of fusion. 

Systems analysis modelling provides important information for socio-economic analysis of fusion power.*

Activities

  • Activation product source terms
  • Failure rate database
  • Fusion power plant studies
  • In-vessel tritium source terms
  • Magnet safety
  • Radioactive waste study
  • Socio-economic aspects of fusion power
  • Transient thermo-fluid modelling and validation tests

Participants

Contracting Parties: 7


Website

www.iea-esefp.net

* Graphic adapted from information provided by the ESEFP TCP

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