Everything about the Z-Machine: explanation and operation

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by bernardd » 01/02/11, 19:15

oiseautempete wrote:http://www.jp-petit.org/science/Z-machine/z_machine2.htm


It's good to know how to put a link on a forum, well done!

Now, let's go to the next learning: try to write a sentence to explain what you mean. : roll:
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by Cuicui » 01/02/11, 23:38

oiseautempete wrote:http://www.jp-petit.org/science/Z-machine/z_machine2.htm

This is the first link I reported on page 1 of this topic. What is the point of putting it back here?
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by bernardd » 02/02/11, 11:08

Too tired to go back to page 1? Or to copy the extract that brings water to his windmill?

I tried to understand, and I come to the conclusion that he wanted to show that the Zmachine is based on lasers to concentrate energy.

However this page speaks of laser to synchronize the electric discharges ("The spark gaps are either triggered by laser (spark gap ls of the diagram)"), certainly because a signal of synchro at the speed of the light, it is better to synchronize a 77ns pulse :-)

But these synchronization lasers are not at all the same as the Megajoule project's power lasers for example: nothing to do.
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by Cuicui » 02/02/11, 11:41

bernardd wrote:Now this page talks about laser to synchronize electric discharges

Ah OK thank you.
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by bernardd » 16/02/11, 17:23

I finally found the report of the 2006 sandia labs on the construction of a power plant (power plant) based on the Z-Machine:
https://www.econologie.info/share/partag ... e3gCde.pdf

http://prod.sandia.gov/techlib/access-c ... 067148.pdf

For those who think that the Z-machine is just a lab experiment.
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by tobys » 04/03/11, 18:04

GOOD EVENING

ARTICLE ON THE Z MACHINE

NEXUS PAGE 98 N ° 73 MARCH APRIL 2011

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by oby » 05/03/11, 14:47

The Nexus is far from being a scientific benchmark :?
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by Cuicui » 05/03/11, 17:27

obi76 wrote:The Nexus is far from being a scientific benchmark :?

It does not prove that the article is bad. thank you, tobys, for the info.
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by oby » 05/03/11, 22:34

Cuicui wrote:
obi76 wrote:The Nexus is far from being a scientific benchmark :?

It does not prove that the article is bad. thank you, tobys, for the info.


It just proves that it has no value, and nothing to gain from it, either good or bad.
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by Cuicui » 06/03/11, 01:36

obi76 wrote:
Cuicui wrote:
obi76 wrote:The Nexus is far from being a scientific benchmark :?
It does not prove that the article is bad. thank you, tobys, for the info.

It just proves that it has no value, and nothing to gain from it, either good or bad.
Your assertion is not proof. It simply expresses your belief. To get an idea, shouldn't we start by analyzing the article?
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