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  1. #1 H mode, ITER, neutrons 
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    Has anyone any good insights into whether the ITER(the way, journey or process) device will achieve H-mode?

    From what I've read the goal there isn't ignition, just a longer sustained reaction, and maybe a slight gain in power out over power in.


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    Is the tokamak design inherently flawed?

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    All I know of it it that is designed to produce more output energy than input energy or it would make no sense to do. It is a huge project by many cooperating countries, and based on hot nuclear fusion. If you have more info, please advise. This could be a new energy wave of our future.

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