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Subject: Re: Different Anode Topologies
Date: Jul 08, 1:29 pm
Poster: David Morgan
On Jul 08, 1:29 pm, David Morgan wrote:
>All I've heard about are "spherical anodes". Trying to get head on collisions by shooting duets into the center of the device from every possible angle. has anyone ever tried to use parallel anode plates and parallel flat cathode grids? looks like all the collisions would be head-on.
The whole purpose of the spherical configuration is to create the singularity at the center. Without such a singularity, the probability of collisions is pretty low. You could create two deuteron accelerator guns and point them at each other, but that would just be like making a partial Farnsworth fusor.