October 2019 | Tadafumi Matsumoto | APS-DPP | Poster
In TAE Technologies’ current experimental device, C-2W (also called “Norman”) , record breaking, advanced beam-driven field reversed configuration (FRC) plasmas are produced and sustained
October 2019 | P.C. Norgaard | APS-DPP | Poster
A holistic, high-fidelity plasma reconstruction based on Bayesian inference is applied to study the advanced beam-driven Field Reversed Configuration (FRC)
October 2019 | B. S. Nicks | APS-DPP | Poster
C-2U experiment: beam-driven FRC. Proton beams injected into deuterium plasma. Fast proton injection greatly enhanced DD fusion rate
October 2019 | Roger J Smith | APS-DPP | Poster
In TAE Technologies’ current experimental device, C-2W (also called “Norman”) , record breaking, advanced beam- driven field reversed configuration (FRC)
June 2019 | C.K. Lau | Nuclear Fusion | Paper
Recent local simulations of the field-reversed configuration (FRC) have reported drift-wave stability in the core and instability in the scrape-off layer (SOL). However, experimental measurements indicate the existence of fluctuations in both FRC core and SOL, with much lower amplitude fluctuations measured in the core.
April 2019 | A.Necas | 2019 Sherwood Fusion Theory | Poster
TAE Technologies, Inc, has an active fusion plasma research program centered around the FRC (Field Reversed Configuration) magnetic topology and the existing C-2W (aka Norman) experiment.