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Author Topic: A Little Plasma pre-cursor to Fusion  (Read 4106 times)

Offline IronHead

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A Little Plasma pre-cursor to Fusion
« on: July 16, 2007, 04:02:48 AM »
Bench top amateur built reactor

" FogerRox"   
"This is Inertial Electrostatic Confinement Fusion. It does not rely on temp to create fusion, it relies on speeding the fuel ions into a potential well, they collide at great speed causing fusion."

Offline keithturtle

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Re: A Little Plasma pre-cursor to Fusion
« Reply #1 on: July 17, 2007, 04:08:32 AM »
Well, IronHead, this is a learning experience.  My elliptical field was not a successful choice.   Now I'm working with fashioning a stainless screen cylinder, but I have not been able to come up with that blasted Graco 100 micron unit y'all specified.   Cain't find it nowhere, local or on the web.   Shewin Williams sez it don't exist.  I think they're too dang lazy to find it fer me!

Also, yer spring water must be more highly mineralized than what I have available to me.   Conductivity levels are an order of magnitude lower than most everything you deal with in yer posts.   I'm studying up on dielectric coefficents and such to gain an understanding, and may well construct a dedicated cell for measurement of same.   

My head hurts- back to the heatlamp.