Capillary fusion through Coulomb barrier screening in turbulent processes generated by high intensity current pulses

An experiment performed in Kiel in 1973 paves the way to a possible new model of non-thermonuclear fusion. The process could be pycnonuclear and explain other experiments such as the Z-pinch and cluster fusion. The proposed fusion mechanism is based on quantum tunneling combined with the screening of the Coulomb barrier of two colliding deuterons by electron clouding favoured by chaos. Possible break-even conditions by this mechanism are discussed.

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