China has completed work on a key component of the International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor (ITER) The reactor is supposed to produce clean energy by using the same technique as the Sun . Researchers are attempting to harness nuclear fusion, which takes place in the center of stars .
China has completed work on a key component of the International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor (ITER), also known as the world's biggest artificial sun, which is located in France.It is a rare international partnership that includes the United States, China, 27 European Union countries, the United Kingdom, Switzerland, India, Japan, the Republic of Korea, and Russia.The reactor is supposed to produce clean energy by using the same technique as the Sun does.Researchers are attempting to harness nuclear fusion, which takes place in the center of stars.According to the report, the primary aim of this study is to show that it can produce considerably more energy than the energy required to initiate the reaction process, resulting in a gain in power.Also Read: According to a recent report, No.One country accounts for the most of the construction costs, at 45 percent, while the other nations contribute around 9 percent.Countries also contribute to the ITER initiative by providing completed components, devices, or constructing facilities.China state media announced on Tuesday that the design of a full-size prototype of an enhanced-heat-flux (EHF) first wall (FW) panel had been completed while its key characteristics met design requirements.The Southwestern Institute of Physics, which is part of the state-run China National Nuclear Corporation, also developed the full-scale prototype of the EHF FW, according to the article. Each of the 440 plasma-facing first wall panels of the ITER blanket measures 1 x 1.5 meters, according to scientists.To put it bluntly, we will have a machine in the center of which a small sun will burn.This tiny sun would heat up.We will use the energy we obtain in the form of electricity, says ITER spokeswoman Robert Arnoux. According to the report, the $22 billion scheme is expected to begin operation in 2025.Featured Video Of The DayBJPs ten videos vs. AAPs ten promises Arvind Kejriwal On Delhi's Civic Body Surveys