**List of civil projects available at 20 ^{th} of August 2014**

1. Proiekt **URANIA**
– computations for 3 designs, drawings (November 2013)

2. The **BRANCOVEANU Project
(The Open Sphere Project)** – concept and drawings, finished (2014)

3. Experiment **ALPHA** – drawings, computations of energy required/released, preparation for THE ISLAND – a diamond bullet of abt 2 grams is accelerated as a cold (solid) item up to 1.200 km/s in less than 100 m.

4. **THE ISLAND** Project – genesis machine for ZETA-X elements
by fusion of 2 and/or 3 atoms – 5 versions 19 drawings – the big toy for big
boys of physics. The “missing” neutrons are supplied either by ECP process or
by plasma enriched with neutrons.

**5. The SAMIOTISSA
PROJECT (in the honour of Greek people):**

**Experiment AGIA GALINI**– is an advanced two stages device where a sphere of 3,8 mm diameter containing D+T is compressed in 0.8 ns inside a small rubinon chamber of 22 cm diameter and 30 cm length by the outside rays coming from a specific device. The energy released is 5.14 Gj and the total initial device mass is 4.75 kg.**Experiment PREVELI**– inside a f/0.25 inner mirrored prolate paraboloid (spheroid) a narrow wire is exploding in vacuum.The light is focused over a tiny olive made by glass which contained inside an arrangement similar to that one from experiment OBI.**Experiment PAXIMADIA**– consist of an arrangement of 28 cm diameter (inner sizes) two opposite parabolic joined dishes f/0.25 made by CaF2 glass which are focusing the energy generated by an ALPAN arrangement over an oblate paraboloid (spheroid) ablator used to compress and ignite 2 mg of nuclear compound made by frozen deuterium. Energy used – 80 Mj.

Another 5 experiments (not hereby explained nor mentioned) are part of this project and contained inside a prolate/oblate ovoids different 2-3 stages arrangements in order to enhance the overall performance. This project have a special place in my heart as long as time ago, on the shore of the beautiful Kriti Island I spend my honeymoon.

6. **Proiekt OBI** – a large balloon (prolate paraboloid or spherical shape) is filled with acetylene or acetylene + oxygen.. Part of energy released by decomposition / combustion of acetylene is focused over a glass arrangement in order to ignite 2 mg of LiD / LiT compound. (May 2014).

7. **Experiment ALTAI **(November 2012) – is about a pioneer design where a large optical lens array – based to Cherenkov radiation – is generating fusion for a brief sequence of 1-2 seconds.

8. **Proiekt URALI or
LVCA** (Large Voitenko Compressors Array) – April 2014 – is another method for obtaining 2,400 km/s by a macroscopic gold plasma bullet of 2 grams in less than 2 meters ( March 2014)

9. **Proiekt GAGARIN**
– first thermonuclear interplanetary tug where a nuclear
photo-reactor is releasing a narrow beam of light, electrons and ions over a tiny hot sphere made primarily by deuterium and lithium nested inside a second reactor chamber acting as nozzle – December 2013

10. **Experiment PRIMORIE **( August 2013 ) – a basic experiment for demonstration of ECP.

11. **Proiekt ESENIN **(
May – June 2014) – a proposal to research the possibility of supra-luminic speed

12. **Proiekt
WATER-SHEETS **( June 2012 )

14. **Proiekt MATRIOSKA
– **a set of 11 experiments called to be nested by spherical lasers chamber
of NIF-Livermore, California.

15. **Proiekt 345** –
a large telescope mirror up to 240 meters can be built for deep Universe
research.

16. **Proiekt TAIGA**
– with 3 experiments UST-NERA, YAKUTSK
and OYMYAKON. These experiments are coming to prove basic principles of fusion of ejected elements by a supernova. For exemple in case of experiment Ust-Nera
a stoichometric mixture of ** ^{14}**N
(78.85% ) and

**O (21.15 %) is heavily compressed and then irradiated by neutrons and X-rays / gamma rays for a final gain in energy up to 10 – 17 Gj per gram of mixture (June 2013)**

^{16}17. **Proiekt TAIMIR**
– is about a super-reactor design where can be obtained continuously ZETA-X
elements and where these elements are collected on the bottom of the reactor by
a strong dia-magnetic trap or as dust collected by a rotating “pillow” of a
diamagnetic gas.

18. **Proiekt KOLIMA** **–
is about the most powerful “laser” EVER** – a 3 stages nuclear gamma laser
with intensities beyond the Schwinger limit and up to 10** ^{34}** W/cm2 for a section of 200 square microns at 280 m
distance from nuclear bath – intensity obtained if the laser is used in outer
space by a device with initial weight of 3,850 kg which easily can be placed by
today rockets on any of Lagrange points (July 2014)

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**19. Proiekt INDIGIRKA – **a novel type of fusion reactor using Flerovium 298 + Uralium 447 (June 2014).

**20. Proiekt BURAN** – is about a very sophisticated design used to accelerate by ablation on it final stage a magnetically driven imploding cylindrical liner up to a speed of 2,400 km/s where all apparatus and devices used remain intact shoot after shoot.

**21. Proiekt USSURI – experiment Hanka – **inside a very large torus like chamber (140,000 m2) a ring like imploding cilindrycal liner is compressing and detonating a gas mixture of D+T. The imploding liner is accelerated by a very powerful electrical pulse discharge and is nested inside a balloon filled with xenon. A light flash of 20 Tj with a peak of 20 picoseconds is collected by the reflecting inner surface of torus (advanced dielectric coating) and focused over a spherical foil made from beryllium and carbon as ablators over a gold foil. The gold foil is accelerated up to the speed of light by an irradiation of 10** ^{24}** W/cm2 and strikes the surface of an inner sphere made by a gold foil placed over a hollow diamond. A light flash of 4 femtoseconds accelerates the inner 14 mg of carbon up to the energies of 200 Tev.A micro neutron star is obtained. This proiekt has practically the same performances like Proiekt GROM KAMEN but clearly will be a true challenge to build such a large torus chamber with focusing at astronomical grade.

**22. Proiekt GROM
KAMEN** – is the supreme machine designated for very advanced physics experiments.
Extremely versatile this Proiekt consist of a very large spherical chamber
where a light flash of about 12 femtoseconds is focused by 2,432 mirrors over a
little diamond (inside experiment Savicheva). A micro neutron star is thus
obtained.

**List of additional documentation – 2th of September 2014**

1. Calculation of thermodynamic evolution of plasma from doped berylium with residual ions – cooling rate, opacity to multi-chromatic radiation of carbon fiber, opacity to 180º mono-chromatic radiation of lasers

2. Calculation of gram / second atomic fuel injection injected as plasma in the compression area of the lasers, calculation of residual helium mass 4 resulting, side reactions for 9Be + p

3. Calculation of Effective Area and Wolter Type Shelf Collection 1, calculation and drawings on spatial layout of carbon fiber in the classic configuration.

4. Calculation of the second carbonation layout, namely the radial arrangement and the alignment of the mirror stage alignment.

5. Calculation of the structural dynamic load on the support pillars of the rubinon-type panels.

6. Calculation of the magnetic field in an aneutral plasma from the main component to 26 kev and calculation of the magnetic field effect of self-compression.

7. Prospects for the improvement of **PROIEKT
TAIMIR (Novii Taimir)** – calculations on the acceleration of super-heavy
ions in the radiation and magnetic field of lasers, energies required for
impact on cosine alpha, cross-section at 40, 150 and 800 Mev for obtaining
Uralium, Baikalium and Flerovium

8. Calculation of neutron moderation of 2.45 Mev in case of D + D (branch 2), photonic radiation load per m2

9. Calculation of Fast Neutron Absorption in Carbon and Boron-11 Panels – Thermal Load and Structural Deformation

10. Calculations for 24 plasma variants + outlet rate outside the laser strike area, energy released in incidents, etc.

11. Calculation of the intensity required by the magnetic cushion used to collect the powder of ZETA-X elements. Magnetic permissive materials that can be used for the collection basket.

12. Theoretical considerations regarding the shape, structure and stability of hyper-nuclei associated with super-heavy elements beyond A = 200.

13. Emissivity calculation for carbon-boron, carbon-carbon, tungsten fiber, silicon carbide fiber composites etc.

14. Theoretical considerations related to PROIEKT ESENIN regarding FERMI fluid, survivability and non-linear increase of graviton field intensity in 4th dimension, disappearance of gluon colouration over 40 Tev, impossibility to have hadronization at these temperatures, conversion of the bremmstrahlung radiation of gluons into gravitons, calculations regarding the relativistic elongation effect of the Au nucleons,

15. Calculation of the weight and geometric layout of the GAGARIN Project. Calculation of compensation for structural deformation following acceleration. Imputation in tone-strength.

16. Calculation of overall efficiency (actual energy loss) following conversion through mechanical work – Proiekt TUNGUSKA.

17. Calculations and theoretical considerations regarding GAMOV’s new formula.

18. Calculation of plasma emissivity generated by vaporization of a composite wire into a micrometric lithium fluoride tube (ampere generated by a GEPE type 5 = 2-5 ns, 80-120 MA, 0.8-4 MJ)

19. Calculation regarding the use of the 2nd type of ovoid – type “two-joined-dishes” thermal load of WOLTER Type 1 foil – calculation of the minimum size required of this type of beet.

20. Calculation of gas mass requirement per cm2 for absorption of X soft radiation (up to 2 kev) emitted by moderation of plasmoid generated ions. Considerations on the isotropic emission of these ions.

21. Calculation of production costs related to the Tunguska Project -Romania-May 2018 (updated)

22. Calculation of the production price per megawatt for 40 years – PROIEKT TUNGUSKA.

23. Theoretical considerations regarding the probable half-life of lead ions used to obtain Flerovium 298.

24. Theoretical considerations regarding the migration of super-heavy baryon matter into 4D space – applying the concept of manifold to a singularity

25. Theoretical considerations regarding the interaction of magnetic field of lasers with the magnetic field of plasmoid.

26. Theoretical considerations regarding the absorption in plasma of low temperature gamma radiation over 400 ev.

27. Estimates of opacity in various combinations of nuclear fuel. Calculations regarding secondary emissivity and its wavelength in ev.

28. Plasma frequency calculations in various combinations of nuclear fuel within the plasmoid.

29. Calculation of the beneficial effects of shifting generated by the argon atmosphere on the emission of carbon fiber.

30. Considerations regarding the incorporation of the rubin into a multi-spot energy assembly where central thermonuclear fire sustains and is supported by other exothermic external plasmoids. Presenting the concept of pulse in such an arrangement.

31. Calculation of the impact of an accelerated cylindrical sheet by an electromagnetic bush with a saphire cylinder. Emissivity and focusing – calculations on the maximum possible radiation load in W / cm2 – all related to the Samiotissa Project

32. Overlapping calculations in PROIEKT NOVAIA ZEMLEA. HVAS Impact Behavior – Calculation of the Secondary Fusion Reaction – Theoretical Estimates of Compressing Requirements for Aluminum 27, Cross section for Secondary Gamma Radiation, Schwinger Threshold Achievements, Theoretical Considerations on Barium Ion Behavior at Radiation Exposures above 10** ^{32}** W / cm2.

33. Flow calculations in PROIEKT SEVERNAIA ZEMLEA.

34. Calculations regarding PROIEKT SEABORG – calculations regarding the speed of nuclear fuel jets, calculations regarding the recoverability of ZETA-X elements obtained.

35. Theoretical considerations regarding the compression of 1028 Bars for disintegration of baryonic matter and obtaining of unstable complexes of type FERMI – PROIEKT NOVAIA ZEMLEA. Calculations regarding the use of high temperature and high-pressure plasma mirrors for gamma radiation.

36. Calculations regarding the underground layout of the PROIEKT NOVAIA ZEMLEA – the shock wave in the walls, thermal and mechanical stability of the reinforced concrete coat 18 m thick. Calculations regarding the refractory ceramic shading. Mechanical losses up to 28 kt.

37. Calculation of the overall yield of Type 4.5 and 8 generators based on RECUD technology.

38. Calculations and advantages of ELEKTRAN technology.

39. Calculations on PROIEKT URANIA – Radiation Needs of Rotating Mirrors, Focus and General Performance.

40, Calculation of radioactive emissions in PROIEKT INDIGIRKA.

41. Calculations and theoretical considerations regarding the instability of super-heavy elements in the Seaborg Arch beyond the second island of stability. Clustering and 4D migration.

42. Calculations of STEP1 within PROIEKT TUNGUSKA. Nuclear Reaction Primer – Calculations of Initial Radiation Shock, Calculations and theoretical considerations on filling the geometry center primer with an electric flux in carbon fiber. Calculations of consumption in joules for raising the temperature of the pinza, the thermal propagation speed in the pitch.

43. Calculations concerning the shading of the ruby inner reflective layer with a transparent ceramic micrometric layer in case of D + T (cancellation of hydrogen absorption)

44. Theoretical considerations and calculations regarding nuclear arrangements with 2, 3 and 4 stages of amplification.

45. Cross-sectional calculations for ECP in various plasmoid formulations.

46. Theoretical considerations regarding ECP in the case of Helium 4.

47. Enrichment techniques in Nitrogen 15 (extracts)

48. Emissions calculations in PROIEKT NOVAIA ZEMLEA – CIORNAIA AKULA Experiment.

49. Theoretical considerations and calculations regarding the requirements of compression and doping, amplification and propagation of nuclear spot energy in a longitudinal and not spherical assembly.

50. Concept – multi-universe design – BIG-BANG impossibility, different theoretical concepts on matter and space, theorizations on applying the theory of relativity in 4D space.

51. General theoretical calculations and theoretical considerations regarding the non-linear magnetically acceleration of an imploding cylindrical liner made by CNT-Cu followed by the acceleration based to extremely fast photonic ablation – PROIEKT BURAN – calculations on the increase of the ohmic resistance with the pressure in the structure, the ablation effect, the mirroring of the ablation radiation , thermodynamic calculations on the maximum possible pressure to be obtained – preparatory calculations for PROIEKT TAIMIR.

52. Calculations on the maximum possible compression obtained with concentric reactive digesters – 2D and 3D effect.

53. Calculations regarding the dynamics of the ablation mechanism for the IRTIS experiment.

54. Calculations on the dynamics of the ablation mechanism for the KATUN experiment.

55. Calculations regarding the dynamics of the ablation mechanism for the BYIA experiment. Theoretical considerations regarding the decomposition of acetylene versus its combustion in oxygen, ozone and fluorine.