Tuesday , January 31 2023

PC Revue | Fusion Energy: China's "artificial sun" reached 100 million degrees Celsius


Again, we are moving closer to the source of infinite pure energy from nuclear synthesis. During the four-month experimental experiments in China's Experimental Advanced Superconducting Tokamak (EAST) experiment, the Sun's Sun achieved plasma temperatures exceeding 100 million degrees Celsius, six times in the sun, and approximately 10 seconds.

EAST – a thermoelectric reactor containing a metal cone and a vacuum cone, which includes hydrogen atoms. They are then heated in various ways to create plasma and then strongly compressed by superconducting magnets.

In the end, plasma is so hot that the reactor is similar to those in the Sun. These hydrogen atoms bond and release large quantities of energy. If reactor reactions are self-sufficient, it can produce more energy than energy consumption.

EXPERIENCED scientists have used a combination of four different heating methods to create plasma and start a thermonuclear process. However, their goal was not to achieve a record temperature, but to determine how plasma can maintain stability and balance, how to capture and transport it, and how plasma walls interact with energy particles.

The outer electron shell is about 100 million years old. It is used for the study of methods of maintaining a temperature higher than ° C. Such studies can help develop advanced reactors such as ITER (International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor) in France, the Chinese Fusion Engineering Test Reactor, or the DEMOnstration Power Station.

It proves that reaching temperatures exceeding 100 million degrees Celsius will only reach the temperature required for nuclear synthesis in just 10 seconds.

Video: youtu.be. Newtimes.com.

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