October 2022 | C. Deng | APS-DPP 2022 | Poster
TAE Technologies current experimental device, record breaking, advanced beam-driven, high temperature FRC plasmas are produced and sustained in steady state utilizing variable energy neutral beams, advanced divertors, end bias electrodes, and an active plasma control system.
October 2022 | K. Zhai | APS-DPP 2022 | Poster
understand the machine performance and to prepare for the design of TAE’s next generation
experiment Copernicus, a series of experiments with different field configuration and fueling
schemes have been carried out.
November 2021 | A. Bondarenko | APS-DPP 2021 | Poster
In TAE Technologies’ current experimental device, C-2W, record breaking, advanced beam-driven FRC plasmas are produced and sustained in steady state utilizing variable energy neutral beams (15 – 40 keV, total power up to 20 MW), expander divertors, end bias electrodes, and…
October 2021 | H. Gota | Nuclear Fusion | Paper
TAE Technologies, Inc. (TAE) is pursuing an alternative approach to magnetically confined fusion, which relies on field-reversed configuration (FRC) plasmas composed of mostly energetic…
June 2021 | M. Dikovsky | Physics of Plasmas | Paper
We determined the time-dependent geometry, including high-frequency oscillations, of the plasma density in TAE’s C-2W experiment.
December 2020 | D. Gupta | HTPD 2020 | Poster
A five channel prototype of main-ion Charge Exchange Recombination Spectroscopy (mCHERS) diagnostic has been developed to measure the deuterium temperature and velocity in the C-2W (Norman) FRC plasma