Next-Gen Plasma Based Propulsion

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Atomiq is developing a next-generation plasma-based propulsion system, presenting a cutting-edge technology that redefines transportation. The utilization of plasma as a propellant introduces unprecedented efficiency and versatility, addressing the limitations of traditional propulsion methods. The technology delves into the underlying principles, key components, and recent breakthroughs in gravity relativity, highlighting its potential for faster travel, reduced mission durations, and enhanced maneuverability.

Atomiq's technology proposes enhancing the efficiency and overall capability of next-generation plasma-based propulsion systems for space transportation through the optimization of magnetohydrodynamics. Magnetohydrodynamics plays a crucial role in shaping and directing plasma flow in these systems, influencing thrust generation and speed.

The design incorporates position-sensitive ion detectors to precisely locate and measure the positions of ions or charged particles which is key to on-board decision making technology. This detection allows for identifying sources of instabilities in plasma-based applications by utilizing data acquired from the sensors to feed an Artificial Intelligence (AI)-driven architecture. This AI-driven approach aids in equilibrium reconstruction during operations, preventing failures in real-time. By implementing advanced control algorithms and responsive magnetic field modulation, the technology aims to enhance thrust efficiency during acceleration, maximize velocity, and prevent physical visibility, achieving superior performance across a diverse range of mission profiles. Furthermore, this advanced craft concept contributes to minimizing propellant consumption, extending the operational lifespan of the propulsion system, and reducing overall mission costs.


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  • Name:
    Daryian Rhysing
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