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ITER site 2012

Reinforcement activities at the Tokamak Assembly Hall, December 2012
 
Installing the modular buildings of the canteen which will serve 1500 meals per day, December 2012
 
Pouring concrete below the pipes, Precipitation water drainage system, December 2012
 
progress of the work at the Contractors’ area on the ITER site, November 2012
 
progress of the work at the Contractors’ area on the ITER site, November 2012
 
: progress of the work at the Contractors’ area on the ITER site, November 2012
 
The Tokamak precipitation drainage system in progress, October 2012
 
Foundations close to be ready to welcome the new canteen building, October 2012
 
Panoramic view of Assembly Hall area of the Tokamak complex, October 2012
 
Assembly Hall area works of the Tokamak complex, October 2012
 
The precipitation drainage system, located underneath the galleries, is implemented prior to galleries works
 
View from inside the Tokamak pit, June 2012.
 
Panoramic view of the Tokamak pit with more levelling works completed, PF Coils building in the back, June 2012.
 
The grid is reaching the ITER site! An area of 4 hectares will be used to install 22 metre pylons which will direct electricity towards seven 400 kV transformers to feed ITER, May 2012
 
The first site adaptation works in front of the PF Coils building, May 2012
 
The works for the precipitation drainage system have started. The trenches are getting ready to welcome the pipes measuring up to 2200 mm diameter, May 2012
 
Tokamak complex panoramic view with all plinths in place, April 2012
 
Panoramic view of the Tokamak pit . 493 plinths and 470 anti seismic bearings installed, March 2012.
 
The structure of a section of the retaining wall before concrete is poured, February 2012.
 
Close up of a section of plinths at the Tokamak pit, February 2012.
 
External view of the Poloidal Field coils building completed, January 2012
 
Tokamak complex: view of the retaining walls in progress, January 2012
 
Tokamak complex: 280 plinths and 222 anti-seismic bearings already in place using 760m3 of concrete and 300 tonnes of iron, January 2012

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