Lockheed Predict Working Nuclear Fusion Reactor within 10 Years
Lockheed Predict Working Nuclear Fusion Reactor within 10 Years: http://oilprice.com/Latest-Energy-News/World-News/Lockheed-Predict-Working-Nuclear-Fusion-Reactor-within-10-Years.html
"Many designs for fusion reactors involve massive investment and
construction of huge scientific apparatus which can take years to be
completed before they can start to generate power. The resources and
infrastructure needed to research and
build fusion reactors can only usually be provided by governments, not
exactly an expense that they want to shoulder during such tight economic
times. Lockheed’s proposal is enticing due to the fact that it is
far smaller than other fusion reactor designs. The plan uses a compact
cylinder, rather than the traditional bulky ring, which provides a far
stronger magnetic containment field and leaves fewer points where energy
can escape. Lockheed plans to start testing a prototype model in 2017, and scale it up to a full production model by 2022."
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