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TAE has spent over 20 years working to develop and distribute the cleanest, most sustainable energy source of all time. Our unique approach combines plasma physics and accelerator physics for a brand new pathway to fusion power. Read about our top breakthroughs, and browse the entire research library for over 350 posters and papers published in the world’s leading peer-reviewed journals.

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December 2016 | L. Schmitz | Nature Communications | Paper

An economic magnetic fusion reactor favours a high ratio of plasma kinetic pressure to magnetic pressure in a well-confined, hot plasma with low thermal losses across the confining magnetic field.

May 2015 | M. Binderbauer | Physics of Plasmas | Paper

Conventional field-reversed configurations (FRCs), high-beta, prolate compact toroids embedded in poloidal magnetic fields, face notable stability and confinement concerns.

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November 2021 | T. Roche | APS-DPP 2021 | Poster

TAE Technologies, Inc. (TAE) pursues an alternate approach to magnetically-confined fusion, relying on field-reversed configuration (FRC) plasmas.

November 2021 | S. Dettrick | APS-DPP 2021 | Poster

An expander divertor can be used to expand the Scrape-Off-Layer flux-tube of a linear device to arbitrary size, providing reduced energy flux to the wall, increased pumping capacity, formation of a pre-sheath for electrostatic confinement of electrons, and…

November 2021 | M. Tobin | APS-DPP 2021 | Poster

We report on the observation of axisymmetric periodic deformations of the FRC in external magnetic field and internal electron density measurements in C-2W that appear consistent with the tearing mode.

November 2021 | M. Griswold | APS-DPP 2021 | Poster

An upgraded array of energy analyzers and bolometers has been installed in the divertors of C-2W to measure axial power losses as well as the electron temperature and ion energy distribution function (IEDF) of the plasma at the termination point of the open field lines. relatively large Larmor radius.

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