Daniel Jassby
Daniel Jassby
Daniel Jassby is a retired research physicist who worked for many years at the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory in areas of plasma physics and neutron production related to fusion energy research and development. He received his PhD in Astrophysical Sciences from Princeton University in 1970, and is a Fellow of the American Physical Society. He has published dozens of articles on fusion-related science and technology.Source
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The Quest for Fusion Energy

The Quest for Fusion Energy

In recent years, a steady flow of press releases from nuclear fusion research projects has hailed breakthrough advances and new record yields. Despite the relentlessly optimistic tone of these announcements and the repeated claims that the prospects for commercialization have never looked brighter, the stark reality is that practical fusion-based electric power remains a distant prospect. It is likely unachievable anytime in the next half a century. Even then, it may still remain beyond our grasp. The most readily accessible nuclear fusion process combines the hydrogenic isotopes...

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