The SUNIST Laboratory

The SUNIST lab is a place to discover physics and to invent technologies that may make fusion as an affordable and infinite energy for human as soon as possible.

The path way selected by the lab is spherical tokamak. Currently, the lab is operating a spherical tokamak named SUNIST and constructing a new spherical tokamak named SUNIST-2.

The SUNIST spherical tokamak is a fully mature research device. It started operation from Nov. 2002, major upgraded in 2008. Its main parameters are:

  • Major/Minor radius: 0.3/0.23 m
  • Toroidal magnetic field: <0.27 T
  • Plasam current: <100 kA

The SUNIST spherical tokamak

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