Monthly Archives: January 2014

New revolutionary highly powerful ignition system will boost future petrol powered cars

Future cars could be more powereful, use half the petrol, reduce CO2 emissions and reduce to almost 0 unburnt elements Future cars could be more powerful, spend half of the petrol, reduce CO2 emissions and reduce to almost 0 unburned … Continue reading

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Pulsotron-2 repaired again for Nuclear Fusion January tests

During the December test campaign Pulsotron was damaged after suffering an electric explosion. Before the damage the test team could measure plasma temperature of some of the targets using the new “RBR” sensor that also revealed radiation peaks out of … Continue reading

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Pulsotron-2 in dry dock again after December tests

Málaga January 2014. During the December 2013 test campaign of Pulsotron new broadband sensors were tested with unexpected results The new test campaign began with great expectation about new sensors which cover from low frequency to soft x – ray bands, … Continue reading

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New plasma high temperature sensors for Pulsotron

The Pulsotron team has developed a new sensor to be used to measure the temperature of plasma surface as part of the plasma diagnostics system;  it uses a high power reflector that unfortunately must stay at very few millimetres from … Continue reading

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Failure of high performance materials during Pulsotron November Tests

During the November test campaign of Pulsotron, high performance  new high performance materials replaced the old ones at the test chamber and other parts,  some of them are 400 Euro per square centimeter high performance ceramics.   Ceramic sheets were used … Continue reading

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