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Impact of Helium Pressure on Fusion Reactor Performance

A new study investigates how the pressure of helium, used as a coolant in the first wall (FW) of fusion reactors, influences its thermo-hydraulic performance, crucial for the reactor's efficiency and safety. Helium, chosen for its compatibility with reactor materials, plays a significant role in managing the heat generated from fusion reactions. These findings are vital for designing and optimising fusion reactors, ensuring structural safety and effective heat removal, which is key to harnessing fusion energy.

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