Apparatus for hot fusion of fusion-reactive gases


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DATE

2012-01-03T00:00

AUTHORS

DELUZE JAMES ROBERT

ABSTRACT

A generally spherical sealed reactor vessel defining a volume. A target sphere shaped electrode 11 is centered within a nonconductive reactor vessel 21. The target sphere is insulated from and fixedly centered within the nonconductive reactor vessel by an insulated stalk 22. This vessel is suspended in an insulating and cooling medium 241 composed of transformer oil. Deuterium gas 235 is released into and contained within the volume at a predetermined pressure. A source of high voltage, high frequency potential 130 is connected to the target electrode by an electrical connection 13. The other terminal of the high voltage, high frequency potential source is connected to Earth ground 153. The applied alternating electrical potential creates an alternating electrical field within the reaction chamber. This an oscillating electric field is formed within the enclosed space of nonconductive reactor vessel 21, extending between target electrode 11 and heat absorbent container 238. This electric field is of sufficient intensity to provide for the ionization of gases contained therein. It also provides for the alternately radial outward acceleration and the alternately radial inward acceleration of the contained ionized gases. The collapsing of ionized gases provides for ions impacting the spherical target, and for the impact of ions with one another. The intensity of the electric field is sufficient that such impacts occur at fusion reactive velocities. More... »

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