In this space, visitors are invited to post any comments, questions, or skeptical observations about Philo T. Farnsworth's contributions to the field of Nuclear Fusion research.
Subject: Making IEC's
Date: May 27, 10:58 pm
Poster: Nathan K
On May 27, 10:58 pm, Nathan K wrote:
I was looking at Richard's new website and saw his first demonstrator device and I find my self in the same area of development. As an amateur researcher I have not found it necessary to make a full blown neutron producing device.
The reason for this is a simple one, it is not necessary to make a neutron producing IEC to study the IEC concept in a meaningful way. In reality the fact that I'm operating below fusion level, but still have the same kind of relationships in my system as are present in a neutron generating device allows me to try many new forms and ideas with little if no real cost or effort.
So, I can test new grid ideas and configurations very fast with little money. My studies have concentrated on the electrostatic field densities and ion confinement.
I like were I'm at and I'm going to stay here until it becomes necessary for me to create a real neutron producing version of my concepts.
- Re: Making IEC's - Richard Hull May 29, 0:22 am