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Subject: Re: Magnetic protection and scattering
Date: Jun 30, 1:16 am
Poster: ben franchuk
On Jun 30, 1:16 am, ben franchuk wrote:
>I'm not sure that this would increase reaction rates, because to protect the grid the particles would have to be deflected from striking the grid and this sounds like scattering to me, but I'm only an amateur.
But from what direction are the particles hitting
the grid with the most impact. You may not be able
to use a external magnet for the right shaped
field to have a impact on the most bothersome
impacts.And it sounds like scattering to me too.
Could one run a current thru the fusor internal grid to generate a magnetic field and see what happens?
- Re: Magnetic protection and scattering - Nathan K Jun 30, 7:12 am
- Re: Magnetic protection and scattering - Dave Cooper Jul 02, 4:09 am