New Model Lets Nuclear Fusion Escape Electron Slowdown

Escaped electrons in nuclear fusion reactors reach a certain level of energy and can destroy the entire reactor. According to the report of the Physicist Organization Network on the 20th, the research team of Chalmers University of Technology in Sweden has created a new model that uses mathematical descriptions and plasma simulations to predict the energy and energy of escaped electrons in nuclear fusion reactors under various conditions. Change, design a better way to escape the electronic slowdown. The research paper published in the latest issue of the "Physical Review Letters" magazine makes humans closer to building a truly practical nuclear fusion reactor.

Nuclear fusion energy is a kind of clean energy that does not produce carbon dioxide emissions. It is safer than nuclear power that requires the splitting of heavy metals, because if there is a problem with nuclear fusion reactors, the whole process will stop automatically and the temperature will gradually decline, and it will not affect the surrounding environment. Dangerous. Moreover, the fuel needed for nuclear fusion is very light, and the raw materials required are ordinary seawater.

However, in order to simulate the thermonuclear fusion process of the sun, it is necessary to meet the harsh conditions of high pressure and a high temperature of approximately 150 million degrees Celsius, or the escape electrons will suddenly accelerate, resulting in destruction of the reactor device. Linnie Hessau, a Ph.D. student at Chalmers University of Technology in Sweden, and colleagues designed a new model that can be used to identify escaped electrons and slow them down. They also demonstrated with a new model that by injecting gaseous heavy ions such as helium or argon, they can effectively slow the escape electrons. Hessl explained that the speed of the escape electrons colliding with the charge in the ion nucleus will decrease, and many such collisions will allow escaped electrons to fall within a controllable range, thus allowing the nuclear fusion process to continue.

Over the past 50 years, nuclear fusion energy research has made great progress. However, no commercial nuclear fusion power plant has been built in the world. Now, the world is pinning its hopes on the International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor (ITER). "Many people believe that nuclear fusion will eventually come true, but its success may be more difficult than landing on Mars. It needs 150 million degrees Celsius of heat, more hot than the center of the sun." Heslow said. (Reporter Nie Cuirong)

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