It is a scientific thermonuclear fusion reactor designet to generate 3.6 MW. It works at a record energy of more than 300keV using a multistage electrostatic acceleration with extreme kinetic magnetic compression of the plasma and other fusion enhancement methods.
The 3.6MW design can be used to power trains, desalination plants, cut to 0 CO2 emissions, reduce energy cost in heavy industry, power ships and submarines. Can be upgraded to higher power levels to substitute obsolete fission plants
Do not heats electrons to boost ion heating efficiency from 2.5% to over 95% accordingly our electrostatic simulator running on Elena reactor. Elena reactors can try ignition in 3 years and begin reactors production a year later.
Control of the system can be done remotely by using labview or other similar package in order to make secure control and maintenance
Plasma thrusters and Hyperloops
Using a Liner reactor as plasma thruster configuration can give 600 Newton thrust to power spaceships and Hyperloop trains.
The calculated thrust without fusion is 600 newtons, enought to power large spaceships, with fusion it is much higher to be used in space mining
The reactor can be used in desalination plants, trains and electric car fast chargers.
Advanced Ignition presents Miranda fusion reactor, designed to reach ignition in a short term to power plants.
Our mission is to reduce CO2 emissions to 0
Climate change is here, we can fight climate change and here is the tool. Actually we are building the Miranda reactor, a 100-250 kw thermonuclear reactor designed to generate 250kw easily upgraded to any power.
Actually we are building the Miranda reactor, a 100-250 kw thermonuclear reactor designed to generate 250kw easily upgraded to any power.
It will inject more than300keV plasma to the target before being submitting to extreme compression. The wave front end plasma energy can reach the megaelectronvolt range. Actually the main body with simulation name PIC800i is built
Uses P+11B fusion avoiding secondary reactions to make clean fusion, so it can be used in desalination plant to have water with 40% cost cut. With that improvement it can be sold fusion reactors to feed the 1600 desalination plants worldwide to help farmers to fight the climate change.
Another advantage is the low wide plasma temperature of less than 100 eV, 150 times less than tokamaks to allow higher plasma density and lot less power losses that allow make compact reactors. Accordingly our multithread magnetic simulator using an extreme accuracy magnetic field calculus using elliptic integrals running over Miranda reactor gives us an electromagnetic acceleration of the plasma with a 87% efficiency.