Question: The data you ask for is interesting, but is this for one's first claim of fusion data or, as for many of us, the best single run ever achieved.
If the former, the data will be of some of the poorest possible performance levels. If of the latter then operational experience and expertise will be more on display than average expected run levels. A large scatter in the data will be observed if both are logged. We have also noted that smaller fusors benefit from higher pressures than larger systems.
Finally, many who have done fusion and "run away" have often had poor or limited instrumentation at first fusion. This means that some data may be best guess or based on instrumentation of suspect calibration. I imagine that many are now gone of that ilk and you might only be able to solicit data from (1) those that are old hands and are still around on this site and (2) wind up with operational superlatives literally unobainable for first pass fusioneers.
We have seen very dirty, ill assembled and less than average systems do fusion. My own first fusion is now an embarrassment to me, as were my first two years at doing fusion with no secondary pump in hand. (Of course, in those first two years on "songs" and the "intranet" I was a virtual sole fusioneer, feeling my way along with not much to compare with other fusioneers.)
I believe we already have a listing of superlative run data, (Sesselmann's listing), and its reduction related to COP maintained in the bowels of the fusor.net.
I guess I am inquiring as to the long term goal here and if a willingness to expand on the details included, such as chamber type and size, type of pumping system, etc. might offer more insight into some sort of assistance to those designing a system. Also, a bit of data on what sort of instrumentation was on hand when the reported data was taken.
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