THE AGNI FUSION SYSTEM

 
 

AGNI is expected to achieve:

 

16 million times the efficiency of coal

10 times the efficiency of fission

No Waste

Zero Emissions

 

This is a paradigm

shift in power.

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THE PROCESS OF FUSION

 
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NUCLEAR FUSION

When two light atoms overcome the barriers separating them to become one atom, they release a certain amount of energy that was once “binding energy” into kinetic energy. This is emitted when the fused atom heats up and ejects a highly energized neutron. In deuterium tritium fusion, as featured, the atoms come together for a single instant as helium-5, before immediately decaying into the more stable helium-4 and a neutron. That neutron is very energetic, and can then be captured in a medium, heating that medium to turn a turbine.

 

 

AGNI FUNCTIONAL OVERVIEW

 
 

ION SOURCE

Deuterium and He3 are injected into the chamber where they are ionized and accelerated into an ion beam.

 

MAGNETIC FOCUSING LENSES

These lenses serve to excite the ion beam and control it so it doesn’t stray off course on the way to the target. They also serve to periodically increase the density to induce ionic heating through deuterium-helium-3 fusion.

 

TRITIUM TARGET

The target is made of Lithium BoroTritide and has the highest density of Tritium by volume. Here the excited deuterium hits the target with a large amount of kinetic energy and fuses with tritium, creating a vast surplus of energy. 

 

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MARKETABLE EMISSIONS

The product of deuterium and tritium fusion is helium-4 and a neutron. Helium-4 is a rare resource, one that does not stick around earth once in the atmosphere, and one needed for scientific equipment like MRI’s. The neutron is the main carrier of energy, holding 14.1 MeV’s of energy, that will be used to power a steam turbine, generating electricity.