Link with many IEC references and papers

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jlumartinez
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Link with many IEC references and papers

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For those interested in going deeper inside technical details about IEC fusion:

http://mr-fusion.hellblazer.com/pdfs/
http://mr-fusion.hellblazer.com/fusion_links.htm


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Lots of meat on those bones. Or corn on the cob if you are a veg.

Thanks!

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jlumartinez a big thumbs up to you

those PDF'S and links are the F@(#!NG S#!T 8)

might need to add some POPS stuff soon
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Doing idle research I came across http://pdf.aiaa.org/preview/CDReadyMJPC ... 3_4827.pdf
EFFICIENCY IMPROVEMENTS FOR IEC FUSION IN A PENNING TRAP BY ELECTRON RECIRCULATION

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Filed Apr. 16, 1974. Long expired.

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hanelyp wrote:Doing idle research I came across http://pdf.aiaa.org/preview/CDReadyMJPC ... 3_4827.pdf
EFFICIENCY IMPROVEMENTS FOR IEC FUSION IN A PENNING TRAP BY ELECTRON RECIRCULATION
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