Structural Physics of Nuclear Fusion

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Stoyan Sarg Sargoytchev, a Bulgarian-born Canadian, holds an engineering diploma and a PhD in Physics. From 1976 to 1990 he worked at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences on space research projects sponsored by the international program Intercosmos. From 1990 he was a visiting scientist of Cornell University and worked for two years at the Arecibo Observatory P.R. on a Lidar project. From the end of 1991 he took scientific positions in government institutions in Canada, working on projects coordinated by the Canadian Space Agency until his retirement from York University in 2013. His major theoretical work is "Basic Structures of Matter - Supergravitation Unified Theory" published electronically in 2001 and as a book in 2005. The theory suggests a new original approach permitted to bridge the gap between different fields of physics. One of the major outcomes is the revealed three-dimensional nuclear structure of the elements, permitting understanding the basic nuclear and chemical features. This provides a new method for analysis, and modeling in the fields of nuclear transmutations, structural chemistry and nanotechnology. In recent years the author was invited presenter and keynote speaker at two international conferences on nanotechnology: Nanotek-2013, in Las Vegas, and Nanotek-2014, in San Francisco.

Structural Physics of Nuclear Fusion

With BSM-SG Atomic Models

Authored by Stoyan Sarg
Edition: 1

Remarkable advances in cold fusion, known also as LENR, raised the hope for a safer and cheaper nuclear energy. The results, however, cannot be explained from the point of view of current physical understanding of nuclear fusion. This is an obstacle for research investment in this field. The present book suggests a new approach for analysis of the experimental results and practical recommendations based on the models of atomic nuclei derived in the BSM-Supergravitation Unified theory (BSM-SG). The book provides: (1) a method for analysis of the LENR experiments using the BSM-SG atomic models; (b) a selection of isotopes suitable for a more efficient energy yield with a minimum of radioactive byproducts; © practical considerations for selection of the technical method and the reaction environment.

Publication Date:
1482620030 / 9781482620030
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Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
6" x 9"
Black and White
Related Categories:
Science / Energy

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