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Focus Fusion

Focus Fusion is projected to be a safe, clean, easy, reliable energy solution that could provide electricity at a few tenths of a cent per kilowatt-hour.

Purports to be a far more feasible and profoundly less expensive approach to hot fusion, in contrast to what the international project (ITER) in France is pursuing. Lawrenceville Plasma Physics (LPP) is currently researching and developing the dense plasma focus (DPF) for hydrogen-boron nuclear fusion.

End product would be a 5 to 20 MW power plant the size of a gas station, which would cost between $200,000 and $300,000 to build. One person could operate two dozen such stations remotely.

On Dec. 18, 2008, LPP announced the initiation of a two-year-long experimental project to test the scientific feasibility of Focus Fusion, controlled nuclear fusion using the dense plasma focus (DPF) device and hydrogen-boron fuel. Hydrogen-boron fuel produces almost no neutrons and allows the direct conversion of energy into electricity. The goals of the experiment are first, to confirm the achievement the high temperatures first observed in previous experiments at Texas A&M University second, to greatly increase the efficiency of energy transfer into the tiny plasmoid where the fusion reactions take place third, to achieve the high magnetic fields needed for the quantum magnetic field effect which will reduce cooling of the plasma by X-ray emission and finally, to use hydrogen-boron fuel to demonstrate greater fusion energy production than energy fed into the plasma (positive net energy production). http://pesn.com/2009/02/20/9501526_Lawrenceville_Plasma_Physics_funded/

The basic technology of LPP’s approach is covered by US Patent 7,482,607.

About

Official Websites

LawrencevillePlasmaPhysics.com

http://www.lawrencevilleplasmaphysics.com/ - Company website. Lawrenceville Plasma Physics, Inc. founded in 1974.

FocusFusion.org

http://www.focusfusion.org - (non-profit, educational website)

Interviews

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On Oct. 26, 2009, Congress:Founder:Sterling D. Allan will be conducting a 1-hour, live interview with Eric Lerner as part of the Free Energy Now radio show. On Oct. 16, Lawrenceville Plasma Physics announced that they successfully completed the first phase of testing their new dense plasma focus set-up, which will enable them to proceed in experimentation to the point of hopefully demonstrating excess energy by the end of 2010 -- a system that could eventually be much cheaper, modular, and safer than other nuclear technologies.

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Video Interview with Thomas Valone (wmv) - Sterling Allan's interview with Tom Valone at the ExtraOrdinary Technology conference in Salt Lake City, July 28-31, 2005. When asked "What energy technology looks most promising, that is not getting due attention", well-known and revered energy researcher and U.S. Patent reviewer, Directory:Thomas Valone, Ph.D., answers: "Focus Fusion". (OSEN)

Videos

RT America, April 2012

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Plasma Fusion -- hoax or breakthrough reality? - A group of scientists in New Jersey claim to have made a breakthrough that would bring mankind closer to creating fusion energy on Earth -- a type of energy that the sun has been producing for billions of years. Traditionally considered a Holy Grail of science -- could plasma fusion finally become a reality? RT's Anastasia Churkina was the first reporter to access the laboratory. (YouTube / RTAmerica April 20, 2012)

Google Tech Talks

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Focus Fusion: The Fastest Route to Cheap, Clean Energy - Eric Lerner gives a presentation to Google Tech Talks. Technical description with animations. (Google Video Oct. 3, 2007)

Focus Fusion On Google Tech Talks (Slashdot Oct. 27, 2007)

ABSTRACT (from video posting)

Speaker: Eric LernerEric J. Lerner is President of Lawrenceville Plasma Physics in Berkeley Heights, NJ. He has been an independent researcher in plasma physics since 1979, and has become internationally known for his studies linking cosmic plasma phenomena and laboratory fusion devices, especially the dense plasma focus. He has developed original theories of quasars, large scale structure, the microwave background and the origin of light elements. He is the author of The Big Bang Never Happened, published in 1991 by Random House. In 2006 he was a Visiting Scientist at the European Southern Observatory in Chile.

To bring the whole of humanity up to the living standards of the developed world ... all requires a new source of energy that is clean, inexhaustible and much cheaper than any existing source -- fossil, nuclear, solar or wind. Fusion with hydrogen-boron fuel, which allows direct conversion of fusion energy to electricity, can be that source. It could cut energy costs more than ten-fold. It produces no radioactive waste and would be safe enough to situate in residential neighborhoods.

Of the three approaches to achieving hydrogen-boron fusion, focus fusion, using the dense plasma focus device, has experimentally achieved conditions that are closest to those needed for net power generation. It is the only approach that can utilize the high magnetic field effect, which reduces the cooling of plasma by x-rays, helping to achieve the multi-billion-degree temperatures needed for fusion. A currently-planned three-year, $2 million experiment, if funded, can demonstrate the scientific feasibility of focus fusion.

This presentation will review the history and status of focus fusion and briefly compare it to the two competing approaches, Field Reversed Configuration (recently funded by Paul Allen) and Inertial Electrostatic Confinement, championed by Dr. Robert Bussard, a recent Google Tech Talk speaker.

Attributes

Clean

No emissions

No residual radiation

Few tenths of a cent per kilowatt-hour

Small footprint

Input fuel is readily available and barely used

5-20 MW plant would cost around $200,000 to $300,000

Applications

Ideal for larger applications

Suitable as a primary grid power source

Modular

Superior performance in use for thrust in space travel

With additional engineering, could be applied to smaller applications

Ease of use

Start-up/shut-down time is near instantaneous

No water-steam-turbine cycle required

Direct to electricity

Very low maintenance

Very low operation personnel involvement

Safe

Operators not exposed to radiation threat

No chance for explosion

No possibility of melt-down

Cannot be turned into a WMD

Credibility

Initial funding came from NASA/JPL

Research accomplished at universities

Published in peer-reviewed journals

Receives highest recommendation from seasoned energy professional, Directory:Thomas Valone (Video)

How it Works

How the Theoretical Focus Fusion Reactor Works (PESN)

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Comparison of Focus Fusion to the Tokamak

Comparison of Focus Fusion to the Tokamak

Stock

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Template: 43: Directory:Nuclear > Directory:Fusion > Directory:Focus Fusion > Lawrenceville Plasma Physics stock offering - LPP is seeking accredited investors, to purchase 18,000 shares of Class B nonvoting stock of the Corporation for $50 per share for a total investment of $900,000 (the “Offering”) to finance ongoing experimental efforts. (LPP November 21, 2009)

Publications

Electron, ion energy >100keV in a dense plasma (pdf) (arxiv.org)

Prospects for P11B Fusion with the Dense Plasma Focus: New Results (pdf) - 25 pages, 6 figures. Invited presentation, 5th Symposium "Current Trends in International Fusion Research: A Review" March 24-28, 2003, Washington, D.C V.2 corrected typos. (arxiv.org)

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Latest: Directory:Books > 'Review:The Future of Energy: An Emerging Science' - Directory:Thomas Valone's new book addresses emerging energy sources such as Directory:Focus Fusion, Directory:Magnesium Energy Cycle, Directory:Wireless Transmission of Electricity, Directory:Space Based Solar Power, Directory:Piezoelectric highway electricity generators and Directory:Zero Point Energy, with simple and short summaries. (PESWiki Nov. 18, 2009)

Survey

Focus Fusion Survey - Where would you rate Focus Fusion in terms of being an energy technology of promise?

Results of 'Focus Fusion' survey by the New Energy Congress - First official action of NEC in regard to a specific technology. This is not to be construed as a full-fledge inspection of the technology, but only a preliminary opinion. (Posted Nov. 30, 2005)

Company's News

News Page (Lawrenceville Plasma Physics)

Free Energy Blog:2014:02:05 - "LPP and the Focus Fusion Society are organizing to raise this spring, from small contributors, the money we need for the final year of research on our “Focus Fusion” approach to fusion energy." (Free Energy Blog February 5, 2014)

Directory:Best Exotic Clean Energy Technologies: Directory:Nuclear > Directory:Fusion > Directory:Focus Fusion > Acceptance to Physics of Plasmas confirms LPP is hot! - One point eight billion degrees. Yes, that's billion with a "b," LPP's team received word February 27th that a paper describing our achievement of fusion reactions from ions confined at energies equivalent to over 1.8 billion degrees C was accepted by Physics of Plasmas, "the most highly cited journal devoted fully to plasma physics." (Lawrenceville Plasma Physics February 27, 2012)

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Template: 43 / Directory:Best Exotic Clean Energy Technologies: Directory:Nuclear > Directory:Fusion > Directory:Focus Fusion > FoFu-1’s fusion yield consistency improves six-fold - FF-1 has taken a long step toward demonstrating the level of repeatable firing needed for a fusion generator. On November 2, FF-1 fired five shots in a row, under the same conditions, with fusion yield varying by only plus or minus 2.6% from an average of 0.9x1011 neutrons. (Lawrenceville Plasma Physics November 29, 2011)
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Template: 43: Directory:Nuclear > Directory:Fusion > Directory:Focus Fusion > A Great Month for Focus Fusion - Brief report of their latest R&D results, and an invited presentation on the process to an audience of physicists and engineers at Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory, the nation's largest fusion lab. Additional evidence shows that "the predicted angular momentum effect is working." (Lawrenceville Plasma Physics Apr. 2, 2010)

In the News

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Latest / Top 5 Exotic Free Energy Technologies > My Answer to Quora: What are some renewable energy projects in the United States? - My list includes E-Cat Brillouin NuEnergy cavitation ERR fluxgenerator Brilliant Light Power Nanospire cavitation MYT Aviation 2.0 Focus Fusion. (Quora January 25, 2016)
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Latest: Directory:John Varney > The birth of direct electric power - John Varney's letter to the US Secretary of Energy and other leaders promotes Directory:Blacklight Power and Directory:Focus Fusion`, and comments on Directory:EEStor's ultracapacitor. (PESN July 15, 2014)
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Latest: Directory:Cold Fusion > News > This Week in Free Energy™ > TWIFE™ June 12, 2014 and Interview with Frank Acland of E-CatWorld.com - Blue Eagle Alchemy • Eco-Friendly Blue Crete Coming from India • AESOP pursuing fuel-less Rauen air engines and ultraconductors • BlackLight’s Second Test of Automated Ignition System of Auger-Fed H2O-Based Solid Fuel Powder • Focus Fusion: hot $80k raised Oxford lecture safety • 33-X Overunity QEG Claimed (FreeEnergyNews)
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Fusion]] > Directory:Focus Fusion > Focus Fusion: hot $80k raised Oxford lecture safety - Research news: High electron temperatures confirm FF-1 is hot • Iran collaborators cut erosion • Crowdfunding launched Gizmag coverage, $80 k raised so far • Lerner speaks at Oxford University • New information on Focus Fusion Safety (News:Pure Energy Blog May 30, 2014)

Free Energy Blog:2014:05:06 - "Scientists at LPP Fusion, led by Chief Scientist Eric Lerner, are just one step away from this groundbreaking technology and we need your help for the final push." (Free Energy Blog May 6, 2014)

Free Energy Blog:2014:03:04 - The tungsten electrodes needed for LPP’s next set of experiments are rolling forward. A crowdfunding effort, with 60 volunteers so far, is planned to kick off on Earth Day, April 22. (Free Energy Blog March 4, 2014)

Free Energy Blog:2013:12:11 - In a major endorsement of the fusion energy research and development program of start-up Lawrenceville Plasma Physics (LPP), a committee of senior fusion researchers, led by a former head of the US fusion program, has concluded that the innovative effort deserves “a much higher level of investment … based on their considerable progress to date.” The report concludes that “In the committee’s view [LPP’s] approach to fusion power … is worthy of a considerable expansion of effort.” (Free Energy Blog December 11, 2013)

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Directory:Best Exotic Clean Energy Technologies: Directory:Nuclear > Directory:Fusion > Directory:Focus Fusion > Denser plasmoids, fussy filaments: Latest from the fusion frontier - Updates include: Plasmoid density triples, fusion energy rises with purer plasma Tracking down what’s disrupting plasma filaments A new paper for the upcoming “ICPIG” conference in Spain US Department of Commerce finds all in order with LPP-Iran Scientific “Fusion for Peace” Collaboration We rendezvous with Chu as Congress sets eye on ITER costs. (News:Pure Energy Blog May 21, 2013)
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Directory:Best Exotic Clean Energy Technologies: Directory:Nuclear > Directory:Fusion > Directory:Focus Fusion > Focus Fusion: 2012 End-of-Year Report - LPP published our achievement of two out of the three conditions needed to produce net energy: a record-high temperature and the required confinement time of the hot plasma. If $1.5 million is raised in January, we expect to achieve proof of scientific feasibility (more energy out than in) in 2013, but only with such timely funding. (Lawrenceville Plasma Physics January 19, 2013)
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Directory:Plasma > Directory:Anti-Gravity / Directory:Propulsion / Directory:Keshe Foundation > Enemies or friends? (Iranian nuclear plasma scientists) - Today's post by M.T. Keshe talks about NASA's embargo on the Keshe Foundation website, and the global superiority of the Iranian plasma physics science program, as referenced by Eric Lerner in a video his Directory:Focus Fusion posted Friday. Lerner's group has an agreement (Guardian.uk) with the Plasma Physics Research Center in Tehran to cooperatively publish papers. (Keshe Foundation October 27, 2012)
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Template: 43 / Directory:Best Exotic Clean Energy Technologies: Directory:Nuclear > Directory:Fusion > Directory:Focus Fusion > Directory:Focus Fusion - A group of scientists in New Jersey claim to have made a breakthrough that would bring mankind closer to creating fusion energy on Earth -- a type of energy that the sun has been producing for billions of years. Traditionally considered a Holy Grail of science -- could plasma fusion finally become a reality? RT's Anastasia Churkina was the first reporter to access the laboratory. (YouTube / RT July 12, 2011)
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Template: 43 / Directory:Best Exotic Clean Energy Technologies: Directory:Nuclear > Directory:Fusion > Directory:Focus Fusion > Lerner and Iranian scientists launch - Three physicists, one US and two Iranian, have issued a statement proposing a joint US-Iran research collaboration, FusionForPeace.org, that they contend could be an alternative to confrontation and war and, if successful, could "make uranium enrichment obsolete, block proliferation everywhere, liberate the world from oil, and open up a new source of cheap, clean unlimited energy." (LawrencevillePlasmaPhysics March 23, 2012)
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Latest / Top 5 Exotic Free Energy Technologies: Directory:Trends > Directory:Zeitgeist > Free Energy in 2011 Prepping to Take Off in 2012 - Though the year didn't bring as many technologies to market as I had predicted last year (due to "you're not ready yet, world citizens"?), great progress was made. We highlight the Top 5 of the year and mention a few stragglers from last year, as well as mentioning the "Hall of Shame". (PESN and BeforeItsNews December 31, 2011)
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Latest: Directory:Best Exotic Clean Energy Technologies > Top 5 Exotic Free Energy Technologies > Happy Birthday to Me, Again -- Top 5 Shuffle - Once again, on my birthday, I am being treated to a barrage of amazing developments to report on, this time pertaining to Top 5 Exotic Free Energy Technologies. 1) E-Cat, 2) GPI, 3) EEFG, 4) PlasmERG, 5) Defkalion, 6) Aviso, 7) Focus Fusion, 8) ERR Fluxgenerator. (PESN and BeforeItsNews andn Examiner November 30, 2011)
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Template: 43 / Directory:Best Exotic Clean Energy Technologies: Directory:Nuclear > Directory:Fusion > Directory:Focus Fusion > Really Cheap, Really Clean Electricity from Boron - This winter a small, privately financed, company in New Jersey called Lawrenceville Plasma Physics (LPP) will attempt Boron fusion for the very first time. They have been testing and tweaking their DPF device using deuterium as a fusion fuel. Already their SUV-sized machine has produced 3.7 million neutrons per Joule of input energy. (Renewable Energy World August 9, 2011)
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Latest / Template: 43 / Directory:Best Exotic Clean Energy Technologies: Directory:Nuclear > Directory:Fusion > Directory:Focus Fusion > In the race for fusion energy, lightning thunders over lasers - A comparison between Focus Fusion, which uses a principle of lightning in an apparatus the size of a small garage, with research costs at around $3 million, and the United States' National Ignition Facility, which uses lasers in a football stadium sized array, with research costs at around $3 billion, while producing far more energy considering the input energy requirement and apparatus size and cost. (PESN and BeforeItsNews July 12, 2011)
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Latest / Template: 43 / Directory:Best Exotic Clean Energy Technologies: Directory:Nuclear > Directory:Fusion > Directory:Focus Fusion > A Simple, Local, Affordable Hot Fusion Approach - On December 21, 2010, Eric J. Lerner, inventor and founder of The Focus Fusion Society held an in-house seminar about their breakthrough "hot fusion" technology. A recording of the informative meeting has been posted to YouTube in five parts. (PESN and BeforeItsNews February 1, 2011)
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Latest / Directory:Best Exotic Clean Energy Technologies: Directory:Zeitgeist > Directory:Trends > Interviews with Sterling Allan on top free energy technologies - Recent interviews on the Smart Scarecrow show and on Red Ice Radio, the Coast to Coast of Europe, address some of the most promising exotic technologies emerging closer to the marketplace, along with ramifications. Discusses water as fuel, magnet motors, gravity motors, electromagnetic overunity, noble gas engines, and the ERR Fluxgenerator. (PESN January 16, 2011)
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Latest / Template: 43 / Directory:Best Exotic Clean Energy Technologies: Directory:Nuclear > Directory:Fusion > Directory:Focus Fusion > Focus Fusion could power civilization cheaply and cleanly - Lawrenceville Plasma Physics LLC has announced that they have indisputable evidence that they have achieved 1 billion degrees via plasma confinement. With another year of experimentation followed by three years of development, they could be ready to bring to market a 5 MW plant (output of the largest wind turbines) that only costs $300,000. (PESN January 12, 2011)
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Template: 43: Directory:Nuclear > Directory:Fusion > Directory:Focus Fusion > New Calibration Confirms FF-1’s High Fusion Yields – "Tests in early June have confirmed that Focus-Fusion-1 is producing higher fusion yields than have been achieved with any other dense plasma focus (DPF) at the same peak current." With this data, they say they "have traveled a bit less than half way to our goal of demonstrating scientific feasibility which would involve a yield of 10,000 to 100,000 joules," expecting to achieve that landmark by year end. (Lawrenceville Plasma Physics June 9, 2010)
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Template: 43 / Latest: Directory:Nuclear > Directory:Fusion > Directory:Focus Fusion > Focus Fusion 1 successful test announced - After seven years of theoretical work and raising money, five months of design, five months of construction and assembly, and a week of testing, Lawrenceville Plasma Physics now has a functioning dense plasma focus, Focus-Fusion-1. Eric Lerner receives energy research award. (PESN Oct. 28, 2009) (Comment)
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Template: 43 / Latest: Directory:Fusion > Directory:Focus Fusion >Lawrenceville Plasma Physics Receives $1.2 Million to Test Hydrogen-Born Fusion - Eric Lerner's focus fusion project has received funding from The Abell Foundation and individual investors to undertake a two-year experimental project to test its scientific feasibility. (PESN Feb. 20, 2009)

Focus Fusion in Discover magazine The June 2008 issue of Discover magazine has a very favorable, if brief, article on Focus Fusion in their Ideas section.

Practical Fusion, or Just a Bubble? - An overview of various approaches to useful fusion, including sonofusion, Eric Lerner's Directory:Focus Fusion, the $10 billion international Tokamac project. (NY Times Feb. 27, 2007)

Alternative to Tokamak Fusion Reactor - Linked to PESN story, with comments. (Slashdot Nov. 5, 2005)

Focus Fusion poses competition to $10 billion Tokamak - Purports to be a far more feasible and profoundly less expensive approach to hot fusion, in contrast to what the international project (ITER) in France is pursuing. Lawrenceville Plasma Physics is currently researching and developing the Plasma Focus Device for hydrogen-boron nuclear fusion. (PESN Nov. 2, 2005)

Presentation preparation - preparing for funding consideration.

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Video Interview with Thomas Valone (wmv) - Sterling Allan's interview with Tom Valone at the ExtraOrdinary Technology conference in Salt Lake City, July 28-31, 2005. When asked "What energy technology looks most promising, that is not getting due attention", well-known and revered energy researcher and U.S. Patent reviewer, Directory:Thomas Valone, Ph.D., answers: "Focus Fusion". (OSEN)

More Information

Google > site: user.erols.com/iri/ - Tom Valone's References to "Focus Fusion"

Contact

Lawrenceville Plasma Physics, Inc.

40 Ridge Drive

Berkeley Heights, NJ 07922

Phone: (732) 356-5900

Eric J. Lerner

Comments

See Talk:Directory:Focus Fusion

Related Technologies

http://www.iter.org/index.htm - ITER / Tokomak's official website.

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Directory:Electron Power Systems Ltd - Toroid plasma technology that remains stable without magnetic confinement, by using background gas pressure for confinement instead, could provide clean, non-polluting energy technology at one-tenth the cost of present energy generation.

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