Frazer-Nash is to provide engineering services to support the UKAEA in major fusion reactor programmes, including the Iter project.
The UK-based engineering and technology provider said it has been successful in bidding for inclusion in a four-year multi-supplier framework agreement. Four framework agreement companies will submit bids for work packages as and when they arise.
The UKAEA is involved in three key fusion research programmes – the MAST upgrade and JET in Culham, Oxfordshire, and the international Iter project. Frazer-Nash will be supplying ongoing design, structural and thermal analysis services to complement UKAEA’s technology development work at these facilities.
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