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Global Grain Oriented Electrical Steel Market 2020 Sales Channels, Technology and Production Analysis, Business Growth by 2025

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Sep 27, 2020 (CDN Newswire via Comtex) —
The latest published report namely World Grain Oriented Electrical Steel Market Research Report 2025 added by MarketandResearch.biz offers an insightful take on the historical data of the market and predictions for 2020 to 2025 time-period. The report provides an understanding of the global Grain Oriented Electrical Steel industry competitors, the sales channel, growth potential, potentially disruptive trends, industry product innovations and the value/volume of size, market segments, and market share of the best actors/products. Current market trends and dynamics are assessed which helps in mapping the track of the global market. A chapter-wise format has been used to ease the readability and complexity of the data. Each chapter is further categorized into its respective segments containing well-structured data.

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Researchers find unexpected electrical current that could stabilize fusion reactions

Researchers find unexpected electrical current that could stabilize fusion reactions
An artist’s rendering of electrical current flowing through a tokamak fusion facility. Credit: Elle Starkman

Electric current is everywhere, from powering homes to controlling the plasma that fuels fusion reactions to possibly giving rise to vast cosmic magnetic fields. Now, scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL) have found that electrical currents can form in ways not known before. The novel findings could give researchers greater ability to bring the fusion energy that drives the sun and stars to Earth.


“It’s very important to understand which processes produce electrical currents in plasma and which phenomena could interfere with them,” said Ian Ochs, graduate student in Princeton University’s Program in Plasma Physics and lead author of a paper selected as a featured article in Physics of Plasmas. “They are the primary tool we use to control plasma in magnetic fusion research.”

Fusion is the

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