I looked through your CNS web page on fusion - including the ppt presentation - but was unable to find a graph showing the expected performance of the ITER Tokamak - relative to other existing facilities - w.r.t the Lawson criterion, etc.
Would you happen to have something like that, which you could send me please ? (or perhaps a web link ?)
Also, I'm wondering what the duration of each fusion burn is supposed to be (its still a pulse machine, isn't it ?), and how close to power input/output breakeven its supposed to come.
From: Adam McLean [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Wednesday March 06, 2002 9:35 PM
To: Canadian Nuclear Discussion List
Subject: [cdn-nucl-l] Fusion in a Bubble
I set up a web page on the Canadian Nuclear Society web site to post all
of the "Fusion in a bubble" information that's come along so far, plus a
few extra links. Take a look at: www.cns-snc.ca/branches/Toronto/fusion
And click on the last link. Please let me know any suggestions for
additions or if new evidence comes along. Here's hoping for something
to keep the chimes of 'Cold Fusion' from ringing through the halls...