FEBAUSA,FEBAUSA said:What are the problems for development, continuouly power production and economical, in a nuclear fusion reactor and nuclear fusion power plant ?
Answered in the thread "Q > 1".FEBAUSA said:What are projects about nuclear controlled fusion reactor to achieve Q > 1, or possibly obtain Q > 1.
Yeah, I have that book and used parts of it when I taught Fusion Engineering almost 20 years ago. I also used Dolan, but it's a set of three, which are hard to find, and I misplaced or lost Parts 2 and 3.theCandyman said:Fusion is my favorite topic to discuss and read. I just found out from a friend today that undergraduates can take classes dealing with fusion, they used to only be graduate level. I looked around and found that Dr. Weston "Bill" Stacey, a former director of Argonne's fusion program, could be my professor!
Has anyone heard of the text that is used: W. M. Stacey, Fusion Plasma Analysis, 1st Edition, Krieger, 1981?
In a word: NO.OnTheCuttingEdge2006 said:Hi Morbius.
I have a question that I think you are very capable of answering.
Do you think that by using an array of LASERs that we could literially paint a high energy image or Photosphere shell like the sun has, but as a miniature version or virtual duplicate of a miniature star with shell and core structures?
Do you think cloning a stars exact exterior and interior structure would be an effective means to copy the exact process within the star itself? .ie Holographic Sun created by LASER interference.