Stellarator-Heliotron Concept (SH TCP)

The SH TCP aims to advance applications of physics for fusion power, in particular magnetic fusion devices by developing the stellarator-heliotron concept of fusion reactors. 

The commissioning and in-vessel assembly of the Wendelstein 7-X device (Greifswald, Germany).*


  • Confinement and profile database
  • Co-ordinated working group meetings
  • DEMO assessment based on SH concepts
  • High-performance and steady-state plasma confinement
  • International workshops
  • Joint experiments, model validations
  • Numerical code verifications


Contracting Parties: 6


* Photo courtesy of Max Planck Institute for PlasmaPysics

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