Authors: Taeho Woo, Hyosung Cho
Addresses: Department of Advanced Technology, Korea Research & Simulation, Corp., Chongam-dong, Sungbuk-gu, 106-1702, Seoul 136-780, Korea. ' Department of Radiological Science, Yonsei University, 234 Maeji, Heungup, Wonju 220-710, Korea
Abstract: The vacuum-assisted Low Energy Nuclear Reaction (LENR) is investigated for power cell analysis. This nuclear reaction at room temperature conditions can give an empirical scenario. The experiment of Iwamura et al. (2002) is investigated for the theoretical analysis using a computational simulation. The vacuum can perform enough suction in order to react with the layers and the injection ions. Computer simulations using molecular behaviour show that the most probable energy for a vacancy is 20 keV. Caesium is the optimised element of the vacancy production and the vacuum is reduced linearly in the CaO compound layer. The LENR aspect is suggested using this method. If the technology is formulated theoretically, the power cell can be used for energy production.
Keywords: vacuum; deuterium gas; nano-power cells; nuclear energy; low energy nuclear reaction; LENR; transmutation; SRIM 2008; vacuum; ion injection; nuclear power; simulation; caesium; power cells; energy production; nanotechnology.
International Journal of Nuclear Energy Science and Technology, 2010 Vol.5 No.3, pp.275 - 282
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