Modern tiny water fuelled nuclear energy reactor:
After a discussion with the inventor / discoverer of MWCNT fusion method ( James F. Loan ) here is the conclusion:
a proof of concept has been made using water, regular tap water, and sometimes using heavy water D2O there are various methods to achieve nuclear fusion, some of them are violent and cause harmful radiation ( but can be useful when handled correctly ) and others that don't have any bad byproduct, just clean fusion.
we will discuss the the first one since we want to replace conventional nuclear reactors / plants, we need something to push D2O or H2O molecules against each other to the extent of fusing them, we are going to use the intense magnetic fields of multi walled carbon nano-tubes ( MWCNTs ), other types of nano-tubes don't work obviously.
the liquid molecules are going to be trapped between carbon nano walls ( rinsing nanotubes in water ) with a push force from the carbon atoms electrons on sides up to 10^5-6 tesla, which is more than enough to achieve fusion resulting on hydrogen as a byproduct in addition to non ionizing byproducts like alphas and soft Xrays, the tested MWCNT's were 7nm OD and 5nm ID, if stimulated by exposing water to ultraviolet C (UVC) radiation ( or sun ) the lab used UV 2537 angstroms, then ( for still unknown reason ) we will have neutrons with 23.77MeV in addition to gamma photons.
researchers are advised to be very cautious as this is LETHAL, DO NOT USE more than 1 milligram of nanotubes...
tests done with 10mg resulted in failure of computers and electronic devices on a 15 meter radius, and death of all mice and flies on the lab, the researcher had mild radiation poisoning symptoms for several days.
to achieve maximum efficiency nanotubes HAVE to be ultra pure, with no H contamination, meaning commercial nanotubes are not very efficient as pure ones created using suitable methods.
the reactor ( water container ) could be made with SiO2 and polypropylene to allow transparency.
when using lead as a shield with 7 inches thickness to shield radiation it has been observed that it become by time radioactive by itself and start turning to white and yellow dust, we advise researchers to use boron solution or boron plates to contain radiation, since it transmutate to carbon after neutron emissions.
the prototype model of a 1.5 meters diameter nuclear water reactor has been able to generate 10KW of power constantly without stopping or maintenance.
We hope researchers / institutions around the world replicate the work, and improve it to achieve the goal of cheap / free energy.
Again, researchers are advised to conduct the experiment even with commercial MWCNT's and inspect the radiation levels and byproducts... At least you'll have a proof of concept.
maths and standardisation are the last things we should think of, our physics concepts need an upgrade to explain the phenomena we are witnessing, this upgrade is something new and we should not try to explain anything with the current modules.
some patents exploring other methods on the realm of low nuclear energy reactions ( LENR ) for further research from my drive :