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Fusion Engine
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Chris
2011-01-19 11:07:31 UTC
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I have given up fusion research because I ran out of money.

I suggest a fusion engine could be made from a high inductance coil with its
ends attached to copper rings at each physical end of the coil with a tube
of low pressure hydrogen inside.

The reaction starts of by itself if the Q is high enough.

Chris.

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Chris
2011-01-19 16:04:10 UTC
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Or just a straight coil.
Post by Chris
I have given up fusion research because I ran out of money.
I suggest a fusion engine could be made from a high inductance coil with
its ends attached to copper rings at each physical end of the coil with a
tube of low pressure hydrogen inside.
The reaction starts of by itself if the Q is high enough.
Chris.
remove "_ns" from my e-mail address to reply.
Chris
2011-01-20 00:40:17 UTC
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With a glass tube of low pressure hydrogen inside it.
Post by Chris
Or just a straight coil.
Post by Chris
I have given up fusion research because I ran out of money.
I suggest a fusion engine could be made from a high inductance coil with
its ends attached to copper rings at each physical end of the coil with a
tube of low pressure hydrogen inside.
The reaction starts of by itself if the Q is high enough.
Chris.
remove "_ns" from my e-mail address to reply.
Joseph S. Powell, III
2011-10-18 01:44:23 UTC
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How about utilizing inertial confinement (much like Daedelus)?
Only with smaller fusion pellets - possibly containing the Deuterium and He3
(or Tritium if you can't get the He3 working just yet) caged inside
corresponding (a smaller one inside a larger one) Fullerines?
Spray out thousands of targets and hit them with high-energy lasers,
generating the thrust required.
Post by Chris
I have given up fusion research because I ran out of money.
I suggest a fusion engine could be made from a high inductance coil with
its ends attached to copper rings at each physical end of the coil with a
tube of low pressure hydrogen inside.
The reaction starts of by itself if the Q is high enough.
Chris.
remove "_ns" from my e-mail address to reply.
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