Star Mode

3 11 2009

We got the butterfly value installed and tested out the new grid. Beautiful stable plasmas. Air plasma:

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Deuterium plasma in star mode:IMG_4482

No bubbles yet. This video shows the stable air plasma:

We started by installing the butterfly valve:

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Arnie helps us weld in the one inch inserts:

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The blade got stuck:

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Stuart used clamps and a lever to get it out:

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The inserts ready to weld:IMG_4453

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Installed:IMG_4468

Beautiful plasma:IMG_4475

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4 11 2009
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This post was mentioned on Twitter by famulusfusion: Amazing photos of star mode air and deuterium plasmas: http://bit.ly/2zIyCB

4 11 2009
Giorgio

What a beauty!

I hope the bubbles will arrive soon ;)

Giorgio.

8 11 2009
ike

you’re not standing there, are you? mhh, tasty hard, plentyful x-rays….

8 11 2009
FAMULUS

I’m taking care to avoid the fusor during the deuterium runs. The video is an air plasma.

I won’t be running the machine again until it’s completely computer controlled, and i can operate it from the next room. Additionally I’ve got a geiger counter on the way to measure any x-ray activity.

8 11 2009
ike

accelerating air with a few kv and slamming it together will still yield hard x-rays. take care.

8 11 2009
FAMULUS

Thank you. Glad I’m blogging this as I go.

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