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Discussione: PolyWell

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    Arrow PolyWell



    Ho controllato se c' erano già discussioni che ne parlavano, ma ho trovato solo qualche accenno...

    Qualcuno sa precisamente come funziona ?
    Se fosse così gentile da spiegare...

    In giro ho letto che FUNZIONA...nel senso che la fusione avviene, anche se non abbastanza da produrre energia...

    Qualcuno ha controllato se veramente con un reattore da un metro e mezzo il bilancio dovrebbe essere positivo ?

    E poi, la reazione non è D+D...che cavolo di reazione dovrebbe avvenire ?
    Boro e protone ? Come uno dei passi della catena protone protone ?
    O forse è proprio questo, si immette boro all' interno come catalizzatore per la catena protone protone (ramo pp III) ? o litio (ramo pp II)

    P.S.: L' inventore è morto il 6 ottobre 2007...mi viene da chiedermi se sia veramente morto di cancro o se lo abbiano fatto sparire (lo stesso vale per Nikola Tesla...)

    P.S.2: Qualcuno sa se e come posso cambiare nick ?

    P.S.3: Ho trovato solo questi per ora...
    Polywell - Wikipedia
    Polywell - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    Ultima modifica di Conan.Edogawa.detective; 07-09-2008 a 23:12 Motivo: Aggiunta

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    La discussione sul Polywell di Bussard si era già sdoppiata in due per l'apertura di un post simile a questo.
    "Fusione Calda ma Pulita" le trovi qui:
    Fusione Calda ma pulita!
    Fusione Calda ma PULITA!
    "Una nuova verità scientifica non trionfa perché i suoi oppositori si convincono e vedono la luce, quanto piuttosto perché alla fine muoiono, e nasce una nuova generazione a cui i nuovi concetti diventano familiari." Max Planck

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    qualche aggiornamento da wikipedia

    FY 2009 Work
    In September 2008 the Naval Air Warfare Center, Weapons Division, China Lake, CA publicly pre-solicited a contract for research on an Electrostatic "Wiffle Ball" Fusion Device[24] which was awarded to EMC2 as preferred supplier in the absence of other bids.

    In October 2008 the Navy publicly pre-solicited two more contracts[25][26] which were also awarded to EMC2 as preferred supplier. These two tasks were to develop better instrumentation and to develop an ion injection gun. Rick Nebel commented "This isn't a big deal. This is small, interim funding. It's called staying alive until they make a decision."[27]

    Following submission of the final WB-7 results in December 2008, Dr Richard Nebel commented that "There's nothing in there [the research] that suggests this will not work," but that "That's a very different statement from saying that it will work."

    Stephen Chu, Nobel laureate and as of 2009[update] United States Secretary of Energy, answered a question about Polywell at a talk at Google in 2007, saying "So far, there's not enough information so [that] I can give an evaluation of the probability that it might work or not...But I'm trying to get more information."[28]

    In January 2009 The Naval Air Warfare Center pre-solicited another contract for "modification and testing of plasma wiffleball 7"[29] which appears to be funding to install the instrumentation developed in a prior contract, install a new design for the connector (joint) between coils, and operate the WB-7 with the modifications. The modified unit is now called WB7.1.

    In April 2009, the Polywell was awarded a further $2 million in funding as part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act 2009. The citation in the legislation was labelled as Plasma Fusion (Polywell) - Demonstrate fusion plasma confinement system for shore and shipboard applications; Joint OSD/USN project.[30] The citation occurs 166 pages into the document, and suggests development of the device for 'Domestic Energy Supply / Distribution'.

    In May 2009, Richard Nebel was interviewed in a popular divulgation website. He stated: "We are hoping to have a net energy production product within six years. It could take longer, but this definitely won't be a 50 year development project. [...] So if the concept works we could have a commercial plant operating as early as 2020."[31]

    In June 2009, the US Navy confirmed that contracts were now in existence for the funding and construction of WB-8, the next Polywell prototype. This device will have an eightfold increase in magnetic field strength compared to previous WB series devices, with the expectation of higher performance. Of particular importance within the Navy contract announcing these developments is the proposal that ...based on the results of WB8 testing, and the availability of government funds the contractor shall develop a WB machine (WB8.1) which incorporates the knowledge and improvements gained in WB8. It is expected that higher ion drive capabilities will be added, and that a “PB11” reaction will be demonstrated


    oppure: http://estropico.blogspot.com/2009/0...are-nuovi.html

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    aggiornamento citazione presa da wikipedia:in September 2009, the US Department of Defense announced further funding of $7,855,504 for Energy Matter Conversion Corp for research, analysis, development, and testing in support of the Plan Plasma Fusion (Polywell) Project. Efforts under this Recovery Act award will validate the basic physics of the Plasma Fusion (Polywell) concept, as well as provide the Navy with data for potential applications of polywell fusion. The project is expected to be completed by April 2011.

    un'altro anno e mezzo... e poi si passera finalmente ha un protipo nella scala giusta (se la fisica di base verrà confermata da queste ricerche)

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    in questo blog ci sono-sarannò tutte le news: IEC Fusion Technology

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    Bene
    Buone notizie dalla fusione!
    Sempre meglio di quei fissati di fissionisti....

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    io non ho ancora capito: l'apparato funziona già in misure modellistiche (WB6 o WB7 almeno se non ho capito male) e vogliono ricrearlo in misure maggiori (WB8) oppure non funziona ancora in quelle dimensioni e sperano la riuscita in un prototipo di maggiori dimensioni??

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