Uh, not find yet, there are so much text it take month ore more to read all.MSimon wrote:Permanent Magnets won't work. The field lines are in the wrong place. Electromagnets are the only way.
This has been discussed extensively on this board. Look around.
However I can't yet imagine why they can't magnetize like coils. Of shelf magnetizations don't work, but remagnetizations is posible.
Even use Nd insert inside coil can grow field much.
Hmm, this is missing
Any magnet used would have to be custom designed due to the necessity of dealing with high voltage. LN2 Cu would be the quickest. The Bitter design is my preference because of mechanical stability and cooling. Mechanical stability is important if you are going to pulse them.
I did some Cu LN2 calculations at:
Have a look around.
I also have a spread sheet I could dig up if you were interested.
http://theory.physics.helsinki.fi/~plas ... iption.pdf
I quite fast search, but not find exact power needs + size. Some your recipes for needed supply are in blogspot.
LN2 cooling drops only 50% copper resistance. Previous I calculated at 1m machine with 30cm coils 0.13T use 400kw coil power. -50% resistanse do -50% power. Still lot of and fusion power ~1W.
(edit:CNT drops resistivity 50%, 70K drops ~7.9x)
Is it that sheet?
400cm coil and 0.45T ? Uh, what is coil crossection area?
my sheet at 40cm thicness give ~166MW coil power, say 200turns per coil it needs 22.5KA and 7.4KV (over six coils) (28.86A/mm²)
If put LN2 cooling it drops volts ~50%.
My sheet says ~9kw DD fusion power.
Your sheet 7.33 x10^9W pB11 fusion power..
My sheet power is based WB6 power..
How realistic is that pB11 power?