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Management of Nuclear Fusion - Introduction

I’m sorry, I haven’t posted in some 4 months. I have been doing a lot of research on nuclear fusion though. In case you were wondering, it is just as sick as it used to be.

I recently wrote a solid 10 pages on nuclear fusion management. It’s neither bro nor technical so I won’t put the whole thing on here but if you’d like to get a good view of fusion from a less technical but somewhat professional viewpoint check it out at:

 https://docs.google.com/file/d/0BzVHefzPABvJdjhhM2xValFPams/edit?usp=sharing.
I’ve also included the summary in the following post if you want some more information but don’t want to read the whole thing.
Let me know if you catch any mistakes. Thanks!

Management of Nuclear Fusion - Summary

This paper examines the progress, current viability, and future of nuclear fusion power systems. A particular focus is given to deuterium-tritium fusing tokamak reactors, although fusion power is covered broadly. This paper makes a basic presentation of the physical properties underlying nuclear fusion, followed by a short history of progress in the field, continued with a metric based evaluation of current day systems, a look at the field in the light of technological innovation management and finally a view of future concerns and driving forces. Fusion is found to be expected within the coming century, possibly within the decade. This paper finds that fusion provides a unique and profitable solution to the energy crisis.