Current development of a Solid State Compact Fusion Power Cell by integrating Nano-Coated (heat Shielding Material) onto Wafer Fabricated Technology comprises:
1. Two Silicon style Wafers in a parallel plate configuration (like a parallel plate capacitor) to minimize vertical Toroidal instabilities experienced by Prof. Steve Cowley at PPPL Princeton, University and at the ITER FUSION Facility, AND
2. Direct Energy Transfer of Plasma Ions into (DC) Direct Current switched into a transformer for (AC) Power transmission to the load. By miniaturizing the entire system down to a 5 in. diameter Disc like system, vertical instabilities may be eliminated to reach a new status: operational - opening the future to Solid State Compact Fusion (SSCF). Email me: Nick.Harrison@netzero.net or Call me if you are interested in contributing to this Research Project at 757-264-0651 (Leave a Text or voicemail, as this is my Cell Phone). I always return contacts.
Nick Harrison B.Sc. Electronics Engineering Technology,
EIT #10381 - Certified by State of Virginia, USA.