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In this research, the PR-IR50 polywell device is introduced and its physical processes are simulated using the OOPIC code. The results of the simulation showed that the device reveals special characteristic features for energy particle trapping, and the nuclear fusion is feasible by it. In addition, the nuclear fusion rate, with and without reflective plates, has been studied. The results proved that this rate, in the presence of the plates, is almost doubled compared with the case when the plates are absent. This increase is due to the reflection of electrons on the inner section of the device, reduction of particle loss, and the increase in density of ions and electrons in the center of the device. The derived results corresponding to this research may be useful for optimization of polywell devices.
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