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BeitragVerfasst am: Fr Okt 17, 2014 10:05:21 
Titel: Nuclear Fusion..out of the Skunk Works
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no?, das wär doch was, falls das wirklich bald korrekt funktionieren sollte…

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….Hidden away in the secret depths of the Skunk Works, a Lockheed Martin research team has been working quietly on a nuclear energy concept they believe has the potential to meet, if not eventually decrease, the world’s insatiable demand for power.

Dubbed the compact fusion reactor (CFR), the device is conceptually safer, cleaner and more powerful than much larger, current nuclear systems that rely on fission, the process of splitting atoms to release energy. Crucially, by being “compact,” Lockheed believes its scalable concept will also be small and practical enough for applications ranging from interplanetary spacecraft and commercial ships to city power stations. It may even revive the concept of large, nuclear-powered aircraft that virtually never require refueling—ideas of which were largely abandoned more than 50 years ago because of the dangers and complexities involved with nuclear fission reactors…….


http://aviationweek.com/technology/skunk-works-reveals-compact-fusion-reactor-details

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BeitragVerfasst am: Fr Okt 17, 2014 13:40:33 
Titel: das könnte schon was….
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...The announcement by Lockheed Martin’s Skunk Works of plans to develop a compact fusion reactor (CFR) has potentially huge implications for future space and aircraft propulsion. Should the current round of experiments prove out the viability of the physics, then the scale, safety, and power of the concept means that CFRs could one day be used to power space craft on deep-space missions to Mars. They might also be small enough to power large transport and freighters of the future, converting thermal energy through heat exchangers to power turbines in place of combustion chambers……

…..According to McGuire, when it comes to deep space exploration “the grand vision is we can get to Mars in a month, and you can only do that if you have a ton of power. So this is the type of power source you’d need to do that. You would bypass some of the space radiation issues and make a real transportation path back and forth.” Of course, McGuire acknowledges the plan is “very ambitious” but relies entirely on “how light you can make it.” Given the possible power to weight ratio of a fusion system he thinks it might be in reach. “To get there fast you need to get to like 30 to 40 kms/sec delta-v (change in velocity). That’s an order of magnitude higher than you can do with chemical rockets. You need a very lightweight, high power output source and that is what we provide.”…..


http://aviationweek.com/blog/high-hopes-can-compact-fusion-unlock-new-power-space-and-air-transport
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