By Edward Teller
Fusion, quantity I: Magnetic Confinement, half B is the second one of the two-part quantity that covers the complexity and alertness of managed magnetic fusion.
This half consists of 9 chapters and starts with an outline of the heating equipment, equilibrium, and balance of linear magnetic fusion structures. the following chapters care for the foundations, configuration, and alertness of high-beta stellarator, fast-linear-compression fusion structures, and ELMO Bumpy torus, in addition to the magnetic confinement of high-temperature plasmas. those subject matters are through discussions of the neutral-beam injection; the regimes of radio-frequency heating of magnetically constrained plasma; and the functionality standards of magnetic fusion reactors. the ultimate chapters describe the elemental procedures within the fusion-fission gas manufacturing unit and a few simple issues for advanced-fuel reactors.
This publication could be of significant worth to physicists, physics scholars, and researchers.
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