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Voluntary project proposition of an ion thruster

Voluntary project proposition of an ion thruster

Voluntary project proposition of an ion thruster

Hi everybody,
I am a mechanical engineer and welding expert from Bulgaria.
Years ago I studied the rocket & propulsion technics . The welding technologies
are very close to this technics and technologies so I suggest my experience
with materials will be of advantage in the projects of ion thrusters - I mean
the behaviour of materials and gases and their intermittent state. The materials
of such thrusters are very special so every project which goals the simplicity
and effectiveness of the engine will be aappreciated I think by the appropriate
courtesys. So I annonce this thread for a voluntary project of a ion thruster.
Thank you and be welcome !

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