Nuclear and Atomic Physics

   

Cold Plasma Electric Compression Fusion

Authors: chan Rasjid Kah Chew

All experiments of fusion of hydrogen (except the LENR type) are done at high temperatures. The main models being the Tokamak magnetic confinement and the Inertial Confinement models. The new design proposed here is based on a novel idea not attempted before. It uses direct electric field compression of a cold deuterium plasma (which may even be near 0 K) to undergo nuclear fusion. At high temperatures, the only reaction possible is fusion to helium-3, a neutron and gamma-rays of a definite energy. A direct fusion of deuterium-deuterium to a lone helium-4 nucleus without the production of a neutron is possible provided the initial deuterium carries no kinetic energy; this means such a reaction may happen only near absolute zero temperatures. So far, this reaction at cold temperature has not been contemplated by the nuclear fusion community. This fusion design is simple and most research laboratories would have the resources and technology to experiment with this new design.

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[v1] 2019-02-16 14:21:08
[v2] 2019-02-20 10:25:59

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