Making Our Fusion Reactor Better, day 96 of 320: discovering that the limiting factor in how much work can be completed is our ability to pound through Design Reviews. Endless Meetings! 😫
Making Our Fusion Reactor Better, day 94 of 320: the neutralizer and ion dump have been reinstalled in the beam. I had to go back a month to find a photo of this setup without those components.
Making Our Fusion Reactor Better, day 92 of 320: there are so many new pipes and plumbing fixtures being installed in the machine hall that we are having design reviews solely to review their layout. I hope we never need that fire suppression to activate, but I’m glad it’s top-notch!
First post written with the new Gutenberg editor for WordPress. This is crazy different… going to take some time to get the hang of it. I can definitely see the benefits and it should be easier to make posts look exactly the why you desire. I wish the “Content Structure” information included the number of characters and not just the number of words. 📝
Making Our Fusion Reactor Better, day 89 of 320: control room construction is in full swing! Sadly, my request for an espresso bar was rejected.
Making Our Fusion Reactor Better, day 87 of 320: rebar installed in the mid-level floor that will hold the particle beam. A few more weeks of setting this up before the concrete pour can begin. 👩🔬 👨🔬
Making Our Fusion Reactor Better, day 80 of 320: after filling four dumpsters full of concrete and dirt, we have removed just shy of 100,000 pounds of material from the machine hall. This was necessary because we need a new slab to support the upgraded particle beam. 👩🔬 👨🔬
Making Our Fusion Reactor Better, day 79 of 320: I thought our new signs were pretty great, but then someone mentioned that the institutional logos look small and now that’s all I notice. 👩🔬 👨🔬📷