Fusion Publications

Recent Fusion Technology Publications:

Inductively Driven Foil Liner Compression of FRCs to Megagauss Fields. John Slough, IEEE 14th International Conference on Megagauss Magnetic Field Generation (2012).
FRC Based Fusion Neutron Source for Materials Evaluation. John Slough,Fusion Sci. Technol., Vol. 60, no.2, 464 (2011).
 Fusion Based on the Inductively-Driven Lithium Liner Compression of an FRC Plasmoid. J. Slough, D. Kirtley, R. Milroy. APS Division of Plasma Physics, V. 56, N. 16 (2011).
 Target FRC Formation and Foil Liner Implosion Demonstrations for the Foil Liner Compression Experiment. G. Votroubek, J. Slough. et al. APS Division of Plasma Physics, V. 56, N. 16 (2011).
Fusion Based on the Inductively-Driven Lithium Liner Compression of an FRC Plasmoid. J. Slough, D. Kirtley, R. Milroy. Workshop on Innovation in Fusion Science (2011).
 Plasma Liner Formation and FRC Compression. G. Votroubek, J. Slough. Workshop on Innovation in Fusion Science (2011).
Creation of a high-temperature plasma through merging and compression of supersonic field reversed configuration plasmoids. J. Slough, G. Votroubek, C. Pihl. Nucl. Fusion, 51 (2011).
The Plasma Liner Compression Experiment. G. Votroubek, J. Slough. J Fusion Energy, 29, 571 (2010).
Macron Formed Liner as a Practical Method for Enabling Magneto Inertial Fusion. D. Kirtley, J. Slough. J Fusion Energy, 29, 561 (2010).
Formation of a Stable Field Reversed Configuration through Merging. G. Votroubek, J. Slough, S. Andreason, C. Phil, J. Fusion Energy, 27, 123 (2008).
“Star Power”, Sustainable Industries, Aug 2008.
Suitability of Small Scale Linear Systems for a Fission–Fusion Reactor, Breeder, and Waste Transmutation. J. Slough. J. Fusion Energy, 27, 115 (2007).