This is the second volume in the series to address the subject of laser fusion and reviews the most recent developments in laser plasma physics. Topics such as absorption, instability, plasma coronas, energy transport and radiation are covered. This book considers the key requirements of inertial fusion reactors such as effective liquid metal heat transport loops and structural isolation from the reactor itself. These engineering features are very important for the development of inertial fusion as a new energy source which is not inferior to magnetic fusion schemes.
Details Laser Plasma Theory and Simulation (Laser Science and Technology,)
|Title||Laser Plasma Theory and Simulation (Laser Science and Technology,)|
|Author||Hector A. Baldis|
|Release Date||1st Jun 1994|