Articles written in Pramana – Journal of Physics
Volume 33 Issue 3 September 1989 pp 397-403 Plasma Physics
Energetics of an ohmically heated deuterium-tritium high density
Volume 37 Issue 1 July 1991 pp 93-103
In a low energy Mather-type plasma focus device, hot spots having temperature in the range of few KeV have been observed even 1 µs after the pinch disintegration and in regions away from the pinch area. These hot spots are perhaps created by the thermal runway due to temperature fluctuations in the background gas.
Volume 50 Issue 1 January 1998 pp 75-83
Technique and instrumentation to detect reliably, multiplicity of neutrons emitted in sharp bursts (≤100 µs) has been developed where a burst of as low as 15 neutrons and continuous emission of ⋍10−1 neutron/s may be detected. Using this technique, attempts were made to detect neutron emission from various experiments in which anomalous nuclear effects (or what is commonly referred to as cold fusion) may be expected to occur. No neutrons, above our detection threshold, were detected in the recent series of experiments.
Volume 55 Issue 5-6 November 2000 pp 941-945 Plasma Processes, Contributed Papers
Previously metal forming has been done using electromagnet in pulsed power mode, better known as magneform . Here we will be presenting a different technique for metal forming. We are using water as a medium for this process. By discharging the stored electrical energy of the capacitor bank in water, we are getting the desired result i.e. to form (expand or compress) a wide range of workpiece to the desired shapes. The advantage of this method over conventional method is that it uses low power (negligible running cost). It does not require any post assembly cleaning degreasing and is hence environmentally ‘friendly’.
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