I would like to consult you about this cylindrical nuclear reactor model that I have been thinking of with the idea of reducing the friction of the plasmas with the walls of the Toroidal nuclear fusion reactors that causes the plasma temperature to drop and the nuclear reactions to stop producing of fusion.
In Toroidal reactors, when the Plasma is heating up, it rotates at a high speed in the center of the reactor and when nuclear fusion reactions begin, for me totally symmetrical forces cannot be exerted with Toroidal and Colloidal coils in Toroidal reactors on the plasma that is rotating, and when the fusion reactions begin, it seems to me that there may be an increase in the pressures and volume of the plasma that, since it cannot be contained with completely strong and symmetrical forces in the reactor, the plasma to become turbulent and scrape against the walls as it currently does.
On the other hand, in a totally cylindrical reactor with the plasma totally confined in its center, if we use cylindrical and colloidal coils that exert a symmetrical force on the plasma, these forces in my opinion would be more even and stronger, and they could avoid better than the plasma move and touch the walls of the reactor.
There are currently other types of cylindrical nuclear reactors such as "Tri Alpha Energy" but they use another type of technology to carry out nuclear reactions and my question to the Forum is if there is any expert on this subject and what do you think of the cylindrical reactor that I show in the figure, if it seems to you that it can better confine the plasma in its center than the current Toroidal reactors or if you know if this type of cylindrical reactors have already been taken into account, and not be currently investigated due to having problems and disadvantages in their use which I am currently unaware of.
I hope that this question that I am asking you is interesting and I will appreciate your answers and opinions since nuclear fusion is a topic of great interest today.