LENR: An Off-Grid Stand-alone Energy Source
Rishikesh Pilangad Harikrishnan , MITS, Varikoli, Ernakulam, Kerala, Pin-682308; Anjali Sreesailam Vinayan, MITS, Varikoli, Ernakulam, Kerala, Pin-682308; Deepa Prabhu R, MITS, Varikoli, Ernakulam, Kerala, Pin-682308; Baiju Karun, MITS, Varikoli, Ernakulam, Kerala, Pin-682308
LENR, Bubble Fusion, Cold Fusion, Sonofusion, Isotope, Helium, Deuterium, Tritium, Muon
Energy crisis is slowly building up due to the increase in the amount of energy requirement in every field of human existence. Pollution free energy is in great demand due to the government norms implemented worldwide in reducing global warming. Infinite energy from low radiation reactions are currently being explored into. Nuclear Fusion is one of the methods which produces high energy yield with very low radiation effects. This paper explores into the possibility of Low Energy Nuclear Reactions (LENR)  which has the potential to curb the ever increasing energy scarcity. Bubble fusion a type of cold fusion, is highlighted in this paper as a major breakthrough in this research field. This paper intends to revive a research in the field of nuclear fusion reactors in the small form factor structure that could be a possible solution for the existing energy crisis.
|Manuscript Id ||:||IJSTEV3I9004|
|Published in ||:||Volume : 3, Issue : 9|
|Publication Date||:|| 01/04/2017|