TAZ-TFM-2021-1229


El uso de supercondensadores en una posible futura planta de fusión nuclear

Sabiron Perez, Enrique
Gasparini, Ferdinando (dir.)

Yagüe-Fabra, Jose A. (ponente)

Universidad de Zaragoza, EINA, 2021
Ingeniería de Diseño y Fabricación department, Ingeniería de los Procesos de Fabricación area

Máster Universitario en Ingeniería Industrial

Abstract: Due to the growing demand for energy worldwide and the need to reduce greenhouse gas
emissions, it is necessary to investigate new sources of energy. One of these sources is
nuclear fusion technology.
On nuclear fusion, a large amount of research is being carried out in small reactors in order
to build DEMO in the future, the first fusion power plant with the capacity to produce
electrical energy. For the operation of this plant, a series of energy requirements will be
necessary. These requirements will have high powers during very low times that it is
impossible for them to be provided by the network. Mainly it will be necessary power peaks
to feed the magnetic field system and the heating system.
To provide this energy it is necessary to use some type of storage system. And among all
these systems the most suitable is the use of supercapcitors. These supercapacitors are
relatively new systems that allow a large amount of power to be delivered. Also, if the
current trend is continued, in a few years new technologies will be developed that will
improve the characteristics of these supercapcitors. This makes it the most efficient
alternative to make DEMO work possible and prove that nuclear fusion energy can be the
future of energy.


Tipo de Trabajo Académico: Trabajo Fin de Master
Notas: Realizado de erasmus en Padua, italia. En el centro de investigacion en fusion nuclear RFX-

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