Re: EMC2 news
Posted: Mon Nov 12, 2018 10:27 pm
You can see the chamber in the top left of the image below. The access port was on the back side, opposite the injection gun (big ass appendage with yellow cap on this side).
a discussion forum for Polywell fusion
The document is 101 pages long with roughly half of it being text. I have not read it yet, so I will not comment on the contents.GENERATING NUCLEAR FUSION REACTIONS WITH THE USE OF ION BEAM INJECTION IN HIGH PRESSURE MAGNETIC CUSP DEVICES
Generation of nuclear fusion reactions with the use of ion beam injection in high pressure magnetic cusp devices is described. The open magnetic field structure of a magnetic cusp allows the use of ion beam injection to generate nuclear fusion reactions. Start-up processes utilizing pulsed high power plasma initiators are employed for rapid generation of high pressure plasma condition inside magnetic cusp devices resulting in increased ion beam confinement. This is followed by energetic ion beam injection from an outer region of the magnetic cusp device into the inner central region via one or more openings of the magnetic cusp. The injected ion beams are confined by the magnetic field in equilibrium with the high pressure plasma and generate fusion reactions when they undergo collisions with the high pressure plasma that acts as a target in the magnetic cusp.
So how many cats are there still left in the bag?ladajo wrote:And now that cat is also out of the bag...
I know this eye meltingly rich dude who owns an equally overdone lab and sounds like the kind of person for this, directly or one of his acquaintances. I'll ask, even if I can't promise anything. If it's not too late?ladajo wrote:Thanks Choff!
Anyone else have some thoughts here. I know we talked about something similar before. Come on Guys & Gals!
... which cat? all I see is more bag (in a long line of bags, 12 years and counting) ...ladajo wrote:And now that cat is also out of the bag...
It's quite an interesting patent and opens a plethora of possible different road to a commercial product (be it a Fusion Machine or a Neutron Generator).Northstar wrote:So, any consensus on the contents of the patent application document from those who are knowledgable enough to be able to speak about it in an informed manner? Your thoughts Tom Ligon? or ???