Provide Energy from Fusion


            The source of energy from the sun is called fusion. It is a challenge producing energy from the earth as compared to achieving the same from the sun. In the sun, gravitational pressure and enormous heat compress atomic nuclei into heavier kind, thereby releasing vast amounts of energy. Reactors bound on earth do not have the capability of reaching the same kind of pressure achieved from the sun. Temperatures of higher measure than the sun’s can be created by use of deuterium and tritium from hydrogen are fused together. Water is an unlimited source of the deuterium form of hydrogen in abundance. Tritium is known to be quite rare but conversion of lithium from nuclear reactions can achieve the atom. Fusion energy poses zero to no risk at all through controlled measure by engineers. The process bears no consequences on the environment while it only uses available and abundant supplies. Research and development on this study should be given priority.

Caption 1 enlists the fusion reaction with respective production of energy.

Caption 2 identifies the matter particles responsible for the reaction in the process.

Caption 3 is responsible for precision on the extraction of devolved system through reaction.  

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            The article by Bradshaw, Hamacher, and Fischer distinctively identifies the need for having a sustainable energy form from the traditional methods and non-sustainable kind [1]. The article has a better problem identification approach when compared to the article from Hotkamp [2]. In the latter, a compelling note is enlisted to highlight the problem caused by shortage in use of clean energy especially in the industrialized nations. In comparison, there is a conservative approach in terms of identification as they single out the feasibility study carried out [3]. In the former piece, an acceptable criterion determines the sustainability and consumption of fusion energy to the growing demands of the increasing industrial needs. It defines the problem arbitrarily to correspond to a few years in the millions.


            The three articles provide tangible proposed solutions to sustainable energy forms. Bradshaw, Hamacher, and Fischer’s article identifies the satisfaction mechanism from fusion, which use lithium and deuterium as fuels for the nuclear extraction of the energy [1]. This is further supported by [2] as they state that the primary sources used in the energy transformation are limitless in the earth’s atmosphere, while providing no negative consequences on the environment. They further state that loop nodalization and modeling between the primary and secondary loop used in the reactors can help the cooling system and its functionality, thereby providing a lasting lifetime of the extraction process. The tools used in the three studies obtain scientific methods in their approach especially when dealing with the engineering terms of reference and allocation of methodical approach.


            The article uses statistical data gathered from scientific studies performed in the leading industrialized nations [2]. In comparison article uses data and analytical figures obtained from institutes of physics studies and engineering practices [2]. The statistical evidence from reactor-based laboratories gives the full analysis of data and described generalizations [3]. The three articles conclude on a research note on the need for further developmental studies and research toward the technology on fusion as a source of energy. Future developments, as stated by the three articles look into optimism towards provision of clean, safe, environmental-friendly energy by use of abundant and limitless sources of natural forms. The article leaves room for criticism and question making from the reader’s views on the subject matter addressed, especially to the countries that are not on the same industrialization level as the top nations [1].


[1]. A. Bradshaw, T. Hamacher & U. Fischer. “Is Nuclear Fusion a Sustainable energy Form?” Fusion Engineering and Design Journal, vol. 86, pp.9-11, October 2011.

[2]. N. Hotkamp. (2007, March). “Fusion Engineering and Design”. NAE Journal. 82, pp. 427-434. Available:

[3]. Z. Yu & H. Xie. “Feasibility Study of Applying Passive Safety System Concept to Fusion-Fision Hybrid Reactor”. Fusion Engineering and Design Journal, vol. 89, pp370-377, April 2014.

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