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Magnetic-Electrostatic Confinement Fusion Energy Daniel J. Bateman University of Washington, Seattle WA Devlin R. Baker Western Washington University, Bellingham WA
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Outline Primary Fusion Energy Research • Magnetic Confinement • Inertial Confinement Electrostatic Confinement Polywell System (Electrons Injected) Magnetic-Electrostatic Confinement Conclusions
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Magnetic Confinement ITER - $10 10 Construction scheduled to begin in 2009 First plasma scheduled for 2016 Goal: Produce 400- 500MW output from 40MW input G>10 Will not produce useable power
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Inertial Confinement National Ignition Facility (NIF) - $10 9 Estimated to be completed in 2009 First ignition tests scheduled for 2010 Will not produce useable power
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Electrostatic Confinement IEC - from $10 3 • Steady State • Not for energy production University of Wisconsin Madison Univeristy of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Hobbyists, Science Fair, etc.
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How Does Electrostatic Confinement Work?
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