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  • noun Plural form of stellarator.


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  • Because stellarators have no toroidal current, there are no disruptions and they can be operated continuously.

    Nuclear fusion power 2009

  • In stellarators, these heating systems have to supply all the energy needed.

    Nuclear fusion power 2009

  • There are several types of toroidal confinement systems, the most important being tokamaks, stellarators and reversed field pinch (RFP) devices.

    Nuclear fusion power 2009

  • Research is also being carried out on several types of stellarators.

    Nuclear fusion power 2009

  • His speciality was the engineering design of atomic power plants -- both the old fashioned heavy-metal kind and the newer, more elegant, stellarators, which produced power by hydrogen-to-helium conversion.

    Damned If You Don't Randall Garrett 1957


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