Inertial electrostatic confinement fusion reactors were first developed by American inventor Philo Farnsworth during the early 1930’s. IEC reactors use electrostatic currents to confine deuteron ions to elliptical intersecting paths, causing them to collide and fuse together. Over the course of the past seven years I have constructed what is now the worlds smallest IEC fusion reactor. For more information see the pictures posted below and the blog section of this website.

4 comments
  1. David Halsey said:

    cool lab chad

  2. Sam Ward said:

    Hey Chad I was thinking of recreating your experiment to see if I can do it. You don’t remember me specifically, but I was one of the teens that you spoke to at ECHS not long ago. But me and my friend are thinking of making either a better version of your reactor or just making one that works. Just wanted to let you know.

    • Sam Ward said:

      The before mentioned speaking at ECHS was for STEM in case you have trouble remembering.

      • chadramey said:

        Feel free to email me anytime! You’re also welcome to add me on Facebook and ask questions there. Good luck!

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