The effect of cathode rings changes on the confinement process of IEC device

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عنوان دوره: اولین دوره بین المللی و بیست و هشتمین دوره ملی (1400)
Inertial electrostatic confinement is a method of generating nuclear fusion in which nested electrodes are used to accelerate ions toward the center of the device in order to perform a fusion reaction. Poor ion confinement in conventional IECs is the main reason for achieving fewer fusion reactions. Multi-grids devices are demonstrated through a particle in cell simulation that allows ions to pass indefinitely in a collisionless regime and improved the confinement times. Experiments were also performed to confirm this progress. In this work, the simulation is performed based on the number of rings forming the cathode grid. The effect of cathode transparency, which is due to the number of rings, on the confinement process is also investigated. Finally, the results are displayed on graphs such as electric field, ion density and kinetic energy.
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