While much progress has been made
toward understanding fusion plasmas, the fundamental difficulty of controlling
the transport of energy and particles and thereby allowing the conditions
for sustained fusion to occur still exists. In this talk we will continue
to discuss transport issues and some possible techniques (with
their physical mechanisms) for controlling the transport in the context
of a "simple"
1-D transport model. In particular, the extention to hotter electrons,
which is likely to be the case in ITER and working reactors. This model
is based on the interactions between sheared flows and the underlying
turbulent transport that has been discussed in previous recent talks
on the fundamental dynamics of turbulent transport in the presence of
sheared flows. Questions about the recent progress and the future are
as always welcome.