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- Sun Sep 20, 2009 5:18 pm
- Forum: Theory
- Topic: Distribution of particles and fusions in a Fusor
- Replies: 1
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Thank you for your post. It is a good reminder of a feasible way of doing polywell simulations. We don't need supercomputers if approximations like particle and fusion distributions are good enough for the purpose of ... In this old paper simulation differs two orders of magnitude from the observed ...
I found the statement of work (SOW) quite interesting, especially when they talk of doing pb11 fusion with WB8.1 . Also about delivering specifications for a new device, WB9, to be a 100 MW machine if all goes well with the work on WB8 and WB8.1. The SOW also talks about computer simulations and im...
- Tue Jun 16, 2009 2:45 pm
- Forum: Design
- Topic: Numerical Simulation of a Polywell
- Replies: 41
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Hi everyone I have been reading the forum for a year by now, but I just registered now, because it is required if you want to write something. I think that simulating Polywell is useful even when it uses approximations. Someone have even started http://www.mare.ee/indrek/ephi/ . See the bottom part ...