Overview and Recent Achievements in the C-2W Field-Reversed Configuration Experiment

October 2019 | H. Gota | APS-DPP | Poster

TAE Technologies, Inc. (TAE) is a privately funded company pursuing an alternative approach to magnetic confinement fusion, which relies on field-reversed configuration (FRC) plasmas composed of mostly energetic

Formation of Hot, Stable, Long-Lived Field-Reversed Configuration Plasmas on the C-2W Device

June 2019 | H. Gota | Nuclear Fusion | Paper

TAE Technologies’ research is devoted to producing high temperature, stable, long-lived field-reversed configuration (FRC) plasmas by neutral-beam injection (NBI) and edge biasing/control.

Internal Magnetic Field Measurements of Translated and Merged Field-Reversed Configuration Plasmas in the FAT-CM Device

August 2018 | H. Gota | Review of Scientific Instruments | Paper

Field-reversed configuration (FRC) Amplification via Translation–Collisional Merging (FAT-CM) experiments have recently commenced to study physics phenomena of colliding and merged FRC plasma states.

Internal Magnetic Field Measurements of Translated and Merged FRC Plasmas in the FAT-CM Device

April 2018 | H. Gota | HTPD2018 | Poster

Field-reversed configuration (FRC) Amplification via Translation – Collisional Merging (FAT-CM) experiments have recently commenced to study physics phenomena of collisions and merged FRC plasma states [1].

Overview of C-2W Field-Reversed Configuration Experimental Program

October 2017 | H. Gota | APS-DPP | Poster

Tri Alpha Energy’s research has been devoted to producing a high temperature, stable, long-lived field-reversed configuration (FRC) plasma state by neutral-beam injection (NBI) and edge biasing/control.

Improved Confinement of C 2 Field Reversed Configuration Plasmas

Improved Confinement of C-2 Field Reversed Configuration Plasmas

February 2015 | H. Gota | Fusion Science and Technology | Paper

C-2 is a unique, large compact-toroid (CT) device at TAE Technologies that produces field-reversed configuration (FRC) plasmas by colliding and merging oppositely directed CTs. Significant progress has recently been made on C-2, achieving ,5 ms stable plasmas with a dramatic improvement in confinement, far beyond the prediction from the conventional FRC scaling.