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Plasma physics and the problem of controlled thermonuclear reactions.

Institut atomnoД­ Д—nergii (AkademiiНЎa nauk SSSR)

Plasma physics and the problem of controlled thermonuclear reactions.

by Institut atomnoД­ Д—nergii (AkademiiНЎa nauk SSSR)

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Published by Pergamon Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Plasma (Ionized gases),
  • Controlled fusion.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementResponsible editor: M.A. Leontovich. Translated from the Russian.
    ContributionsLeontovich, M. A., ed.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQC791 .A353
    The Physical Object
    Pagination4 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6273505M
    LC Control Number59011208

    The key problem in achieving thermonuclear fusion is the confinement of the hot plasma., the plasma cannot be in direct contact with any solid material in high temperature and therefore, has to be located in a vacuum. At high pressures, the plasma tends to expand and some force is required to act against it.   An integrated single text of such extensive technical width is a rare find, and younger generations of nuclear engineers any physicists will appreciate this book as a companion to their traditional textbooks. Sample Chapter(s) Chapter 1: Introduction ( KB) Contents: Nuclear Fission and Fusion Reactions; The Thermonuclear Plasma.

    FIELD: technology for forming stable states of dense high temperature plasma, which can be used, for example, for controlled thermo-nuclear synthesis. SUBSTANCE: forming method includes forming dense high temperature plasma by means of pulse strong-current discharges forming a magnetic field, injection of plasma from magnetic field area with following Author: Станислав Иванович Фисенко (Ru), Игорь Станиславович Фисенко (Ru). Papers are included on two instabilities of a magnetically confined plasma, a review of the Princeton stellarator program, the properties of controlled thermonuclear reactions including discussions of the Perhapsatron and the pinch effect, the design of a high-vacuum pump which employs a gaseous discharge, experiments on the pinch effect, the possible applications of .

    There are two possible approaches to solving the controlled thermonuclear fusion problem: (1) isolate a relatively rarefied quasi-stationary plasma using an external magnetic field (fusion reactors with magnetic confinement) and (2) get a dense (n ∼ 10 28 m −3) hydrogen fuel capsule compressed from all sides in a pulsed mode (∼10 −8 s. This book takes a holistic approach to plasma physics and controlled fusion via Inertial Confinement Fusion (ICF) techniques, establishing a new standard for clean nuclear power generation. Inertial Confinement Fusion techniques to enable laser-driven fusion have long been confined to the black-box of government classification due to related.


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Plasma Physics and the Problem of Controlled Thermonuclear Reactions, Volume IV by M.A. Leontovich (ed) and a great selection of related books. The book is intended for researchers and specialists in the fields of plasma physics and thermonuclear reactions, and for anyone interested in the achievements of the Soviet Union in these areas.

The book was translated from the Russian by Oleg Glebov and was first published by Mir in Plasma physics and the problem of controlled thermonuclear reactions. New York, Pergamon Press [] [v. 1, ] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: M A Leontovich; Institut atomnoĭ ėnergii (Akademii︠a︡ nauk SSSR).

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(Pergamon Press, 20 articles, pages. £ 8) Abstract Not Available. Plasma Physics and the Problem of Controlled Thermonuclear Reactions (Volume I) [M.A. Leontovich] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Pages. This book covers the basic principles of both fusion and plasma physics, examining their combined application for driving controlled thermonuclear energy.

The author begins by explaining the underlying scientific theory, and then goes on to explore the nuances of deployment within thermonuclear reactors. This book covers the basic principles of both fusion and plasma physics, examining their combined application for driving controlled thermonuclear energy.

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Book Review: Plasma physics and the problem of controlled thermonuclear reactions. LEONTOVICH (Respondible Editor), J. TURKEVICH and HICKS (Translation Editors), Vol. (Pergamon Press, 20 articles, pages. £ 8). To made controllable fusion a reality. The book is rather slender. Bobin gives a presentation that focuses on the key physics of plasma.

You get an appreciation of the intricacies involved. The book is suitable for an undergraduate majoring in physics or engineering who has enough technical background to follow the narrative/5(3). In order to study plasma physics and its behavior for a source of driving fusion for a controlled thermonuclear reaction for the purpose of generating energy, understanding of the fundamental Author: Bahman Zohuri.

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Leontovich, J. Sykes, J. Turkevich, Sanborn C. Brown. @article{osti_, title = {INTRODUCTION TO PLASMA PHYSICS AND CONTROLLED THERMONUCLEAR RESEARCH}, author = {Thompson, W B}, abstractNote = {Discussions are given of the reaction rate and power production, radiation losses, critical temperature, confinement time, scaling, and fusion research in fusion and thermonuclear reactions.

This option allows users to search by Publication, Volume and Page Selecting this option will search the current publication in context. Selecting this option will search all publications across the Scitation platform Selecting this option will search all Cited by: FROM THE HISTORY OF PHYSICS PACS number: +g On the history of the research into controlled thermonuclear fusion Contents 1.

Shafranov V D ‘‘The initial period in the history of nuclear fusion research at the Kurchatov Institute’’ 2. Bondarenko B D ‘‘Role played by O A Lavrent’ev in the formulation of the problem.

About the book. This collection contains articles both original and already published in the Soviet Union inwritten by well-known Soviet scientists and devoted to the most important findings and achievements of research into the fundamental problems of plasma physics and controlled thermonuclear synthesis.

Samuel Glasstone & Ralph H. Lovberg Controlled Thermonuclear Reactions Robert E. Krieger Publishing Copany Acrobat 7 Pdf Mb. Scanned. the problem of controlled thermonuclear reactions.

In spite of the wide range of the investigations for controlled thermonuclear reactions, all of them are still in the stage of exploring various approaches to the problem. Not a single one of these approaches has been explored to such an extent as to permit one to say that success is assured.

60 2 Principles of Plasma Physics The preceding text explains why there is an advantage in performing a nuclear fusion reaction, e.g., with uniformly accelerated particle Author: Bahman Zohuri.

Thermonuclear fusion is a way to achieve nuclear fusion by using extremely high temperatures. There are two forms of thermonuclear fusion: uncontrolled, in which the resulting energy is released in an uncontrolled manner, as it is in thermonuclear weapons ("hydrogen bombs") and in most stars; and controlled, where the fusion reactions take place in an environment allowing.

The energy produced here is extremely high but such reactions cannot be controlled. If we are able to achieve conditions where such a reaction can take place while controlling its rate, then we can achieve what is called the controlled thermonuclear fusion. In an uncontrolled state, these type of reactions give rise to destructive forces.

A magnetic mirror, known as a magnetic trap (магнитный захват) in Russia and briefly as a pyrotron in the US, is a type of magnetic confinement device used in fusion power to trap high temperature plasma using magnetic mirror was one of the earliest major approaches to fusion power, along with the stellarator and z-pinch machines.Abstract.

It is entirely fitting that this book should end with an introduction, since the study of elementary plasma physics leads to an understanding of the complex problem that originally supplied the impetus for the growth of this new science—the Cited by: 2.Book review Full text access Plasma physics and the problem of controlled thermonuclear reactions: M.

A. Leontovich (Respondible Editor), J. Turkevich and Hicks (Translation Editors), Vol. II. (Pergamon Press, 20 articles, pages. £ 8).