Possibly a low cost, small reactor approach to conventional D-D fusion ---
"On pulsating DD neutron yield under inertial electrostatic confinement of
complex plasma at miniature vacuum discharge"
Abstract. We continue to analyze the eﬀects of deuteron oscillations in potential well of a virtual cathode under inertial electrostatic conﬁnement based on nanosecond vacuum discharge. The goal of this paper is to present and discuss in detail available experimental results on pulsating DD neutron yield at this scheme. Also, the results of simulations for virtual cathodes and potential wells for particular experimental regimes of neutron yields are shown and discussed, as well as comparison with available similar scheme of periodical oscillating plasmas spheres for fusion.