Comment on Industrial applications of pulsed power technology

Thanks for gathering this together. But the last decades or so, the cost of high power, high dI/dt controls has dropped considerably – drones, 3D printers, PWM servos, robotics, vehicles. I have only looked at a few areas so far.
What you sort of missed was the sensor and control and modeling side. Atmospheric pressure plasmas. Neutron sources. Beams. Magnetic levitation. Industrial cutting, milling, forming. Chemical plants and refineries. I haven’t tried to put it into a larger framework. There is so much duplication on the Internet, I am trying to find ways to cut down on the decades it takes to design and grow new industries. Too much time is spent by groups re-inventing basic things that are well known, but scattered in bits and pieces.
Richard K Collins

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Director, The Internet Foundation Studying formation and optimized collaboration of global communities. Applying the Internet to solve global problems and build sustainable communities. Internet policies, standards and best practices.

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