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Documents Made Available to the Committee on Prospects for Inertial Confinement Fusion Energy Systems from External Sources

Updated: March 14, 2012.  The official National Research Council list of the below material can be found at the NRC's Current Project Systems.

1.
Mike Campbell, Energy Systems Logos Technology
12/16/2010
Washington, D.C.: Presentation to Committee: Findings from the 2003 FESAC Report on the Development of Fusion Energy (ppt)

2.
Chris Deeney, NNSA
12/16/2010
Washington, D.C.: Presentation to Committee: Stockpile Stewardship: Inertial Confinement Fusion, Science, and Advanced Simulation and Computing Campaigns –What about Inertial Fusion Energy? (pdf)

3.
Harold Forsen
12/16/2010
Washington, D.C.: Presentation to Committee: Challenges to Developing an ICF Based Energy Source (ppt)

4.
Robert Goldston, Princeton University
12/16/2010
Washington, D.C.: Presentation to Committee: IFE R&D Planning Based on FESAC Reports: 1999 FESAC Priorities and Balance Report & 2003 FESAC Plan for the Development of Fusion Energy (ppt)

5.
Rulon Linford, USC
12/16/2010
Washington, D.C.: Presentation to Committee: Findings from the 2004 FESAC Report “A Review of the Inertial Fusion Energy Program” (pdf)

6.
Steven Bodner
12/16/2010
Washington, D.C.: Presentation to Committee: An Assessment of NIF (ppt)

7.
Ed Synakowksi
12/16/2010
Washington, D.C.: Presentation to Committee: Toward’s Establishing Fusion’s Credibility (ppt)

8.
Steven Bodner
1/30/2011
San Ramon, CA: Presentation to Committee: A Roadmap to Laser Fusion (ppt)

9.
Michael Cuneo, SNL
1/30/2011
San Ramon, CA: Presentation to Committee: Pulsed Power Fusion Energy (ppt)

10.
Juan Fernandez, LANL
1/30/2011
San Ramon, CA: Presentation to Committee: Prospects for Inertial Fusion Energy Systems: Perspectives from LANL (pdf)

11.
Dan Goodin
1/30/2011
San Ramon, CA: Presentation to Committee: Target Fabrication and Injection Challenges in Developing an IFE Reactor (ppt)

12.
Wayne Meier
1/30/2011
San Ramon, CA: Presentation to Committee: Background on IFE Economics Study (ppt)

13.
John Sethian and Stephen Obenschain, NRL
1/29/2011
San Ramon, CA: Presentation to Committee: Krypton Fluoride Laser Driven Inertial Fusion Energy (pdf)

14.
John Perkins, LLNL
1/31/2011
San Ramon, CA: Presentation to Committee: An Overview of High-Gain Targets for IFE (pdf)

15.
Robert McCrory, Stanley Skupsky, & Jonathan Zuegel
1/29/2011
San Ramon, CA: Presentation to Committee: Laser-Driven Inertial Fusion Energy and Direct-Drive Targets Overview

16.
Tom Anklam, LLNL
1/29/2011
San Ramon, CA: Presentation to Committee: LIFE Economics and Delivery Pathway (ppt)

17.
Michael Dunne, LLNL
1/29/2011
San Ramon, CA: Presentation to Committee: Overview of the LIFE Power Plant

18.
Andy Bayramian & Bob Deri, , LLNL
1/31/2011
San Ramon, CA: LIFE Laser Overview

19.
Jeff Latkowski, , LLNL
1/29/2011
San Ramon, CA: Engine Design for LIFE

20.
Ed Moses, LLNL
1/29/2011
Livermore, CA: Presentation to Committee:  Welcome

21.
Tom Anklam, LLNL
1/29/2011
Livermore, CA: Life Delivery Plan

22.
Robin Miles, LLNL
1/29/2011
Livermore, CA: LIFE Fusion Fuel Targets

23.
John Lindl, LLNL
1/29/2011
Livermore, CA: The National Ignition Campaign and its Extension to Targets for IFE

24. 
Michael Cuneo, SNL
4/1/2011
Albuquerque, NM: Presentation to Committee: Pulsed Power IFE Background, Phased R&D, and Roadmap (ppt)

25.
Richard Freeman, OSU
3/30/2011
Albuquerque, NM: Presentation to Committee: Fast Ignition Review (ppt)

26.
Irvin Lindemuth, LANL
3/31/2011
Albuquerque, NM: Presentation to Committee: The Case for Magnetized Target Fusion (pdf)

27.
John Lindl, LLNL
3/30/2011
Albuquerque, NM: Presentation to Committee: The NIC on NIF and its Extension to Targets for IFE (ppt)

28.
William Styger, SNL
4/1/2011
Albuquerque, NM: Presentation to Committee: Conceptual Designs of Pulsed Power Accelerators for IFE (ppt)

29.
Glenn A. Wurden, SNL
4/1/2011
Albuquerque, NM: Presentation to Committee: Magneto-Inertial Fusion (pdf)

30.
Steven Zinkle, ORNL
3/31/2011
Albuquerque, NM: Presentation to Committee: Chamber Materials Challenges for IFE (ppt)

31.
Tom Anklam, LLNL
3/30/2011
Albuquerque, NM: Presentation to Committee: LIFE Delivery Plan

32.
John Lindl, LLNL
3/30/2011
Albuquerque, NM: Presentation to Committee: The National Ignition Campaign on NIF and its extension to targets for IFE

33.
John Collier, HiPER
6/15/2011
Rochester, NY: Presentation to Committee: Recent Activities and Plans in the EU on IFE (ppt)

34.
Hiroshi Azechi, Institute of Laser Engineering Osaka Japan
6/15/2011
Rochester, NY: Presentation to Committee: IFE: Activities and Plans in Japan (pdf)

35.
Jie Zhang, Shanghai Jiao Tong University
6/15/2011
Rochester, NY: Presentation to Committee: IFE: Activities and Plans in China (pdf)

36.
Phillip Huyck
6/15/2011
Rochester, NY: Comments: Discussion of Capital Market Aspects of Energy Development (word document)

37.
John Sethian, NRL
6/15/2011
Rochester, NY: Presentation to Committee: Science and Technologies for Laser Fusion Direct Drive (ppt)

38.
Boris Sharkov, FAIR GmbH
10/31/2011
Washington, D.C.: Presentation to Committee: HIF E – activities in Europe and in Russia & Extreme State of Matter Physics at FAIR

39.
Brad Merrill and Lee Cadwallader, INL
11/1/2011
Washington, D.C.: Presentation to Committee: Fusion Safety Licensing Overview

40.
Richard A. Meserve, Carnegie Institution for Science
10/31/2011
Washington, D.C.: Presentation to Committee: Licensing a Commercial Inertial Confinement Fusion Energy Facility

41.
Abbas Nikroo, General Atomics
10/31/2011
Washington, D.C.: Presentation to Committee: Technical feasibility of target manufacturing

Note: Items 42 thru Item 50 are two-pagers on IFE Topical Areas.  The topical areas are as follows:
• Direct-Drive Inertial Fusion Energy
• Direct-Drive Inertial Fusion Energy
• Fast Ignition Inertial Fusion Energy
• National Ignition Facility
• Indirect-Drive Inertial Fusion Energy
• Heavy Ion Inertial Fusion Energy
• Pulsed Power Inertial Fusion Energy
• High-Repetition-Rate Krypton Fluoride Laser Drivers
• High-Repetition-Rate Solid-State Laser Drivers
• Heavy Ion Accelerator Drivers
• Pulsed Power Drivers
• Laser-Plasma Interactions
• Beam-Plasma Interactions
• Target Fabrication
• Target , Injection and Tracking, Diagnostics and Control
• Final Optics—Laser-Driven
• Final Optics—Heavy Ion Beams
• Liquid-Wall Chambers
• Dry-Wall Chambers
• Magneto-inertial Fusion


42.
Stephen Bodner, NRL (retired)
2/19/2011
Committee Questionnaire: 2 Pagers on IFE Topical Areas. 

43.
Wayne Meier
2/19/2011
Committee Questionnaire: 2 Pagers on IFE Topical Areas.  Response included 16 supporting papers.  List available. 

44.
Dan Goodin, General Atomics
2/19/2011
Committee Questionnaire: 2 Pagers on IFE Topical Areas. 

45.
Grant Logan, LBNL
2/19/2011
Committee Questionnaire: 2 Pagers on IFE Topical Areas. 

46.
Mike Dunne et al., LLNL
2/19/2011
Committee Questionnaire: 2 Pagers on IFE Topical Areas.  Response included 3 supporting papers.  List available.

47.
Mike Cuneo et al, SNL
2/19/2011
Committee Questionnaire: 2 Pagers on IFE Topical Areas.  Response included 1 supporting paper.  List available. 

48.
University of Rochester, Lab for Laser Energetics
2/19/2011
Committee Questionnaire: 2 Pages on IFE Topical Areas.

49.
Los Alamos National Labs
2/19/2011
Committee Questionnaire: 2 Pages on IFE Topical Areas.

50.
Naval Research Labs
2/19/2011
Committee Questionnaire: 2 Pages on IFE Topical Areas.

51.
Stephen Bodner
12/9/2011
Letter to the committee(revision of previous letter). PDF

52.
Stephen Bodner
12/9/2011
Email to the committee, 12/9/2011. PDF.

53,
Roy Johnson, LLNL
02/24/2011
The History of ICF Classification. PDF

54.
MIT Tech Connection,
3/1/2010
“Will the Ignitor Make Fusion Power Possible?” PDF

55.
LLNL Website,
12/16/2010
“How IFE Works,” https://lasers.llnl.gov/programs/ife/how_ife_works.php, PDF

56.
Peter Norreys,
3/5/2010
“Controlling Implosion Symmetry Around a Deuterium-Tritium Target,” Science Magazine. PDF

57.
Eli Kintisch,
4/23/2010
”Report Calls for Improvements At Livermore’s Giant Laser,” Science Magazine. PDF

58.
NRC
2007
“Plasma Science: Advancing Knowledge in the National Interest.” PDF


59.
NRC
2003
“Frontiers in High Energy Density Physics: The X-Games of Contemporary Science.” PDF

60.
Michael Moyer,
3/2010
“Fusion’s False Dawn,” Scientific American. PDF

61.
Daniel Clery
5/21/2010
“Laser Fusion Energy Poised to Ignite.” PDF

62.
LLE
3/2009
“Inertial Confinement Fusion: An Introduction: The Energy of the Stars.”  PDF

63.
Stephen Libby, E&TR,
12/1994
“NIF and National Security.”  PDF

64.
Robert Goldston and Alexander Glaser,
2011
“Inertial confinement fusion energy R&D and nuclear proliferation: The need for direct and transparent review,” Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, 67(3) 59–66, 2011. +11 references in separate files. PDF

65.
DOE, Office of Arms Control and Nonproliferation
12/19/1995
“The National Ignition Facility (NIF) and the Issue of Nonproliferation” PDF 

66.
LLNL
04/05/2011
NIC Technical Review Documents. Multiple files in a single ZIP file (~200 MB). The contents are categorized as follows:
• 52nd APS DPP Annual Meeting Invited Presentations (6 files)
• Agenda (1 file)
• Biographies (1 file)
• FY2010 NIC Technical Review Committee Reports (4 files)
• Generalized Lawson Criteria and ITF-ITFX Reference Articles (8 files)
• LLNL Science & Technology Review--NIF & Photon Science Relevant Articles (3 files)
• NIC Acronyms (1 file)
• NIF&PS Recent Newsletters (5 files)
• NNSA Ignition Review Panel Chaired by S. Koonin (4 files)
• Posters (6 files)
• Presentations (19 files)
• Selected Recent NIC Articles (23 files)
• Selected Recent NIC Target Articles (7 files)

67.
Steve Koonin, DOE
6/20/2011
 “Third Review of the National Ignition Campaign.” PDF

68.
Steve Koonin, DOE
11/8/2011
“Fourth Review of the National Ignition Campaign.” PDF

69.
3/23/2011
National Ignition Campaign website, https://lasers.llnl.gov/programs/nic/, 6 pages. PDF

70.
11 Reports of the Fusion Energy Sciences Advisory Committee (FESAC), from 1994, 1996, 1999, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2005, and 2009 (PDF).

71.
Anne Davies, DOE
10/19/2004
Response to the FESAC IFE Panel Report. PDF

72.
M. Hockaday
1/2011
White Paper Compilation on Inertial Fusion Energy (IFE) Development (U). PDF

73.
M. Hockaday
1/2011
 IFE Community Consensus presentation. PDF

74.
Management Information Services, Inc.
10/2011
 “60 Years of Energy Incentives Analysis of Federal Expenditures for Energy Development.” PDF

75.
PCAST,
11/2011
“Report to the President on Accelerating the Pace of Change in Energy Technologies Through an Integrated Federal Energy Policy.” PDF

76.
GAO
10/2007
 “Fusion Energy: Definitive Cost Estimates for U.S. Contributions to an International Experimental Reactor and Better Coordinated DOE Research Are Needed.” PDF

77.
Roger Bangerter, Gerald Navratil,  Ned Sauthoff
6/2003
“2002 Fusion Summer Study Report.” PDF

78.
Commission of the European Communities
10/7/2009
“A Technology Roadmap for the Communication on Investing in the Development of Low Carbon Technologies.”  PDF

79.
Unknown
9/2009
“20 year vision for Inertial Fusion Energy (UK).” PDF.

80.
Stephen Bodner
12/15/2010
 “An Assessment of the National Ignition Facility.” PDF

81.
Chuni Ghosh
2/1/2011
 “White Paper on the Suitability of Vertical Cavity Surface Emitting Laser Technology for Pumping of Lasers for Laser Fusion.”  PDF

82.
Stephen Bodner
12/9/2011
Email to Committee from Stephen Bodner.  Correction to Previous Email sent on 12/9/2011
83.
Stephen Bodner
12/9/2011
No Title.  Public Input from Stephen Bodner to Committee

84.
Christopher Paine, NRDC
2/7/2011
Public Comments during IFE Committee’s 1st Meeting on December 16, 2011

85.
Roy Johnson, LANL
3/2/2011
Report: History of ICF Classification (word document)

86.
R.F. Borque, General Atomics
4/12/2011
Report: ICF Reactor Chambers with Rotating Liquid Blankets (word document)

87.
Per Peterson
7/12/2011
Report: Design Methods for Thick-Liquid Protection of ICF Chambers (article)

88.
HIF
Wayne Meier, LLNL
10/20/2010
Report: Overview of Chamber and Target Technology R&D for Heavy Ion Fusion (word document)

89.
Joe Kwan, LBNL
4/20/2011
Report: HCX and NDCX-II Demonstrations (website)

90.
Joe Kwan, LBNL
4/20/2011
Report: HIF Development Program (word document)

91.
Grant Logan, LBNL
4/15/2011
Report: HIF Accelerator Efficiency (pdf)

92.
Grant Logan, LBNL
2/4/02011
Report: Long Range HIF Plan (pdf)

93.
C. Martin Stickley, Physics Today
2/7/2011
Report: Heavy-Ion Fusion in the US (article)

94.
Burton Richter, Stanford University
2/23/2011
Report: Letter to FESAC (word document)

95.
Wayne Meier, LLNL
10/20/2010
Report: General Comments on IFE Based Fusion-Fission Hybrids (word document)

96.
E. Bickford Hooper, et al.
1/10/2011
Innovative Confinement Concepts Workshop – 2002 Conference Report

97.
Wayne Meier, LLNL
10/20/2010
Report: General Comments on IFE Based Fusion-Fission Hybrids (word document)

98.
E. Bickford Hooper, et al.
1/10/2011
Innovative Confinement Concepts Workshop – 2002 Conference Report

99.
J. Sethian, et al. 
1/3/2011
The Science and Technologies for Fusion Energy With Lasers and Direct Drive Targets

100.
J. Sethian, NRL
1/3/2011
Laser Direct Drive: Scientific Advances, Technical Achievements, and the Road to Fusion Energy

101.
Wayne Meier, LLNL
1/19/2011
Systems Modeling for a Laser Driven IFE Power Plant Using Direct Conversion

102.
Stephen Bodner, Public
2/7/2011
Assessment of NIF

103.
Chuni Ghosh
2/7/2011
White Paper on the Suitability of Vertical Cavity Surface Emitting Laser Technology for Pumping of Lasers for Laser Fusion

104.
Tom Anklam, LLNL
4/22/2011
LIFE Delivery Plan

105.
Mike Dunne, LLNL
4/22/2011
LIFE Point Design Evolution

106.
Ed Moses
2/22/2011
High Significance Energy R&D Lecture; NIF and the Laser Inertial Fusion Engine

107.
11/5/2009
Laser Fusion-Fission: NIF is Precursor to LIFE Project

108.
Mike Dunne, LLNL
4/22/2011
Summary of LIFE Chamber Designs for Question B3

109.
Peter Amendt, LLNL, et al.
5/9/2011
LIFE Pure Fusion Target Designs: Status and Prospects

110.
Tom Anklam, LLNL, et al.
5/9/2011
LIFE: The Case for  Early Commercialization of Fusion Energy

111.
A. Bayramian, LLNL, et al.
5/9/2011
Compact, Efficient Laser Systems Required for Laser Inertial Fusion Energy

112.
Mike Dunne, LLNL, et al.
5/9/2011
Timely Delivery of Laser Inertial Fusion Energy

113.
Jeff Latkowski, LLNL, et al.
5/9/2011
Chamber Design for the Laser Inertial Fusion Energy (LIFE) Engine

114.
Robin Miles, LLNL, et al.
5/9/2011
Challenges Surrounding the Injection and Arrival of Targets at LIFE Fusion Chamber Center

115.
Y.C. Francis Thio
4/26/2011
HEDLP Status

116.
Burke, Public Input
2/7/2011
Practical, Near Term, Fusion power

117.
Craig Olson
4/26/2011
Z-Pinch Inertial Fusion Energy

118.
D.B. Sinars, et al
Measurements of Magneto-Rayleigh-Taylor Instability Growth during the Implosion of Initially Solid Al Tubes Driven by 20-MA, 100ns, Z Facility

119.
S.A. Slutz, et al.
2/4/2011
Pulsed-Power-Driven Cylindrical Liner Implosions of Laser Preheated Fuel Magnetized with an Axial Field

120.
M.S. Derzon
11/19/2011
An Inertial Fusion Z-Pinch Power Plant Concept

121.
C.L. Olson
1/19/2010
Z-Pinch Power Plant Design and IFE Materials Program on Z and RHEPP at SNL

122.
DOE
4/25/2011
Fusion Science and Technology Journal, Nov 2004, Vol. 46, No. 3

123.
DOE
2/3/2011
Chart – IFE Concept Studies

124.
DOE
1/20/2011
FESAC Integrated Program Planning Activity

125.
B. Badger, University of Wisconsin, et al.
4/4/2011
A Light Ion Fusion Power Reactor Design Study Utilizing a Self-Pinched Mode of Ion Propagation

126.
G.L. Kulcinski et al., University of Wisconson, et al.
4/4/2011
A Commercial Fusion Reactor Based on Near Term Technology

127.
DOE
2/3/2011
OSIRIS and SOMBRERO Inertial Confinement Fusion Power Plants Designs – Part 1

128.
DOE
2/3/2011
OSIRIS and SOMBRERO Inertial Confinement Fusion Power Plants Designs – Part 2

129.
McDonnell Douglas Aerospace Team
2/3/2011
IFE Reactor Design Studies – Vol 1

130.
McDonnell Douglas Aerospace Team
2/3/2011
IFE Reactor Design Studies – Vol 2

131.
McDonnell Douglas Aerospace Team
2/3/2011
IFE Reactor Design Studies – Vol 3

132.
I.N. Sviatolavsky, University of Wisconson, et al.
4/4/2011
An Inertially Confined Direct Drive Laser Fusion Power Reactor

133.
Hal Halsley, Fusion Power Corporation
3/8/2012
RF Accelerator Working Group Summary. PDF

134.
R. Miles, LLNL, et al
6/28/2011
LIFE Target Fabrication Costs

135.
7/19/2011
Target Fabrication for IFE Reactors: A Lab-on-a-chip methodology suited for mass-production

136.
W.S. Rickman, General Atomics
3/15/2011
Data and Model Costs for Cost Analyses for Fabrication of Direct Drive IFE Targets

137.
4/26/2011
“Warm Dense Matter” by Ion Beam Radiation

138.
D. Varentsov, European Physical Society
3/16/2011
Energy Loss Dynamics of an Intense Uranium Beam Interacting with Solid Neon for Equation-of-State Studies

139.
D.T. Goodin
6/28/2011
A Cost-Effective Target Supply for Inertial Fusion Energy

140.
Scientific American, March 2010
2/24/2011
Fusion’s False Dawn

141.
https://lasers.llnl.gov
1/19/2011
How IFE Works

142.
12/29/2011
ICF Primer from LLE

143.
Peter Norreys
5/27/2011
Implosion Symmetry Science

144.
Daniel Clery
4/25/2011
Laser Fusion Energy Poised to Ignite

145.
Eli Kintisch
4/23/2011
Science Magazine, April 2010.Report Calls for Improvements at Livermore’s Giant Laser

146.
NIC
3/23/2011
PDF of Website: Inertial Confinement Fusion: How to Make a Star

147.
NIC
3/23/2011
PDF of Website: Targets

148.
NIC
3/23/2011
PDF of Website: Target Fabrication

149.
NIC
3/23/2011
PDF of Website: Cryogenic Target System

150.
NIC
3/23/2011
PDF of Website: Diagnostics

151.
12/12/2011
Memorandum from S. Koonin to NNSA RE: Third Review of the NIC.

152.
12/12/2011
Memorandum from S. Koonin to NNSA RE: Fourth Review of the NIC.

153.
U.S. DOE
1/3/2011
The NIF and the Issue of Nonproliferation.

154.
Stephen Libby
11/22/2011
NIF and National Security.

155.
Rob Goldston and Alexander Glaser
5/27/2011
Inertial Confinement Fusion Energy R&D and Nuclear Proliferation: The Need for Direct and Transparent Review.

156.
FESAC Report
1996
Report: IFE Review (pdf).

157.
FESAC Report
1999
Report: Opportunities in the Fusion Energy Sciences Programs (pdf).

158.
FESAC Report
1999
Report: Priorities and Balances in Fusion (pdf).

159.
FESAC Report
2001
Report: Review of Fusion Theory and Computation Program (pdf).

160.
FESAC Report
2002
Report: Burning Plasma Strategy (pdf).

161.
FESAC Report
2003
Report: Fusion Energy Development Report (pdf).

162.
FESAC Report
2004
Report: IFE Program Review (pdf).

163.
FESAC Report
2005
Report: Fusion Development Path (pdf).

164.
FESAC Report
2005
Report: Fusion Energy Science Priorities (pdf).

166.
FESAC Report
2009
Report: High Energy Density Laboratory Plasmas (pdf).

167.
N. Anne Davies, DOE
10/19/2004
Report: Response to FESAC Report (pdf).

168.
Commission of the European Communities
7/10/2009
Report: Roadmap to Investing in Low-Carbon Technologies (pdf).

169.
Mike Dunne, HiPER
11/5/2009
Report: 20 Year Vision for IFE (UK) (pdf).

170.
Mary Hockaday, LANL, et al. 
4/25/2011
White Paper Compilation on Inertial Fusion Energy Development. PDF

171.
Mary Hockaday, LANL, et al. 
2/3/2011
PDFed Powerpoint Slide: Topic: White Paper Compilation on Inertial Fusion Energy Development.

172.
NRC
10/22/2009
Frontiers in High Energy Density Physics: The X-Games of Contemporary Science.

173.
Management Information Services
10/31/2011
60 Years of Energy Incentives (PDF).

174.
GAO Report to Congress
10/31/2011
Fusion Energy: Definitive Cost Estimates for US Contributions to an International Experimental Reactor and Better Coordinated DOE Research are Needed. (PDF).

175.
PCAST
2/3/2011
Report to the President on Accelerating the Pace of Change in Energy Technologies Through an Integrated Energy Policy.

176.
1/10/2010
2002 Fusion Summer Study (PDF)

177.
New York Times
June 24, 2011
Fusion Experiment Faces New Hurdles (PDF).
178.
Science
5/27/2010
Controlling Implosion Symmetry Around a Deuterium Tritium Target (PDF).

179.
Science
4/25/2011
Laser Fusion Energy Poised to Ignite. PDF

180.
Science
6/1/2011
Report Calls for Improvements At Livermore’s Giant Laser. PDF

181.
Physics Today
6/1/2011
NIF Overcomes Some Problems. PDF

182.
Jeff Latkowksi
3/11/2011
Summary of Behavior of Lead Target Material within the LIFE Chamber. PDF

183.
Susana Reyes, LIFE Team
5/17/2011
Licensing Approach and Initial Safety Studies for the LIFE Power Plant. PDF

184.
Steve Koonin
6/20/2011
Memo: 3rd Review of the Annual NIC Campaign. PDF

185.
John Sethian
11/27/2011
HAPL Fact Sheet.PDF

186.
Hal Helsley
12/17/2011
Email to the committee. PDF

187.
J. Quintenz
1/11/2012
Response to S. Bodner email. PDF

188.
Charles Helsley
3/8/2012
Letter to the committee. PDF

189.
Wayne Meier
3/8/2012
Response to NAS Request for Information on Chamber Repetition Rate. PDF

190.
Steve Koonin, DOE
3/8/2012
4th NIC Review. PDF

191.
NIC
3/9/2012
Federal Managers Report. PDF

192.
Christopher Paine, NRDC
12/9/2010
When Peer Review Fails: The NIF Debacle. PDF

193.
Charles and Hal Helsley
3/8/2012
NRC Committee Meeting 6 Handout. PDF

194.
LLE & LLNL
3/9/2012
Experimental Implementation Plan: Polar Drive Ignition Campaign. PDF

195.
Ana Schwent, LANL
Tritium Inventory of IFE Target Fabrication Facilities: Effect of Foam Density and Consideration of Target Yield of Direct Drive Targets. PDF

196.
SNL
3/8/2012
SNL Position on IFE Research and Development. PDF

197.
P.T. Springer, et al.
3/8/2012
Integrated Thermodynamic Model for Ignition Target Performance. PDF

198.
E.I. Moses
3/8/2012
The NIF and the Promise of IFE. PDF

199.
M. Dunne
3/8/2012
Timely Delivery of LIFE. PDF

200.
Art Nobile
3/8/2012
Tritium Depletion and HAPL. PPT

201.
P.A. Seidl
3/8/2012
Workshop on Accelerators for Heavy Ion Fusion. PDF

202.
LBNL
5/26/2011
Executive Summary of the Workshop on Accelerators for Heavy Ion Fusion. PDF

203.
R. Moir
3/8/2012
Chamber and Chamber Driver Interface Working Group. PDF

204.
S. Nath, LANL
3/8/2012
Summary for the Induction Linac Working Group. PDF

205.
M. Stockli, et al.
3/8/2012
The Injector Summary Report. PDF

206.
Hal Halsley, Fusion Power Corporation
3/8/2012
Single Pass RF Drivers. PDF
207.
Hal Halsley, Fusion Power Corporation
3/8/2012
ARPA Poster 1. PDF

208.
Hal Halsley, Fusion Power Corporation
3/8/2012
ARPA Poster 2. PDF

209.
Hal Halsley, Fusion Power Corporation
3/8/2012
ARPA Poster 3. PDF

210.
Hal Halsley, Fusion Power Corporation
3/8/2012
HIDIF Tables of Parameters. PDF

211.
Hal Halsley, Fusion Power Corporation
3/8/2012
Single Pass RF Driver by Richard Burke. PDF

212.
Mike Dunne, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
4/10/2012
LIFE Pure Fusion Target Designs: Status and Prospects

213.
Mike Dunne, LLNL
5/22/2012
Questions on Cost Projects for Laser in a Box

214.
Ed Moses, LLNL (via Committee Member Bob Byer)
6/12/2012
Status and Plans of the NIC

215.
David Crandall
6/12/2012
NIC Federal Managers Report

214.
Ed Moses, LLNL (via Committee Member Bob Byer)
6/12/2012
Status and PLans of the NIC

215.
David Crandall
6/12/2012
NIC Federal Managers Report

216.
Edward Moses, NIC
6/21/2012
June 11, 2012 Memo to Jeffrey Quintenz, DOE

217.
University of Rochester, LLE
6/21/2012
Polar Drive Ignition Campaign Conceptual Design - Appendix A

218.
Peter Seidl
6/21/2012
R&D Toward Heavy-Ion Driven Inertial Fusion Energy

219.
University of Rochester, LLE
6/21/2012
Polar Drive Ignition Campaign Conceptual Design

220.
David Crandall, Department of Energy
7/24/2012
Memo: External Review of the National Ignition Campaign
 

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