Publications Describing Device

RFP stability with a resistive shell in HBTX1C


The High Beta Toroidal Experiment-1C (HBTX-1C) was a reversed field pinch machine at Culham Centre for Fusion energy in the 1980s. The primary aim of HBTX-1C was to investigate the stability of RFPs utilizing a thin resistive shell made of copper encapsulated in epoxy resin.

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In Operation

1987 - 1990