Linear IEC Device

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Steven Sesselmann
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Re: Linear IEC Device

Post by Steven Sesselmann » Wed May 24, 2017 5:34 am

Brehnden,

Creating a stack of aluminium and glass discs is easier than it looks, just find someone with a water cutter to cut 19 metal discs and 20 glass discs with a hole in, then glue the stack together with Latex rubber glue.

A bit of grinding with aluminium oxide paste helps the bond and seal.

PS: After almost 15 years doing this, I can assure you, me and everyone else are far from having figured out fusion, so don't be discouraged by that ;)

Steven
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Rinze Joustra
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Re: Linear IEC Device

Post by Rinze Joustra » Fri Jun 23, 2017 6:42 am

Brehnden,

Two negative charged rings (washers) in a vacuum cilinder. I think I can simulate the behaviour of positive ions in this device with my simulation program. See http://www.sem-fusor.com.

Rinze

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